Rated 8 out of 10
by omega124 A Great Game for Star Wars Fans
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2 was a pretty good game. The graphics are pretty amazing, especially during the cutscenes. The sound is cool too, from the buzzing of the light sabers to the Apprentice moaning when he gets electrocuted. The gameplay is fun and addictive, and the ending will shock you, which would make you love to see what happens in Force Unleashed 3. There isn't really anything bad for me to say about this game, but the game was sort of easy to beat. Overall, Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2 is a great game for Star Wars fans and fans of The Force Unleashed franchise.
Rated 0 out of 10 by UltimateGamer! READ ME ★★★★
Definitely a must buy! But sense we don't really know much about the second game I'm gonna talk about the first one. I loved the first game, but there certainly were some stuff I would have fixed about it. First of all, whenever I played it over again, I would only do story mode... versus mode was boring! Everyone had the same powers! Even Jedi could use Sith Lightning!!! What is up with that?!?! That makes no sense! Second of all, the whole game felt really easy. There was no sense of accomplishment. Now, I understand that it was the first game and didn't know what people wanted, but this game seemed like it could of had so much more added to it. Overall the first game seemed kind of empty. So... those are my complaints, but I only complain in order to make other games better so.... I am definitely getting this game though. It seems like they have prepared the game with a lot of add-ins. I'm really excited!
Rated 8 out of 10 by XIII Superb Storyline - Sad Length
I beat this in a day. - It's graphics are much different than the first one. I had to get use to Star Killers odd appearence. But other than him and Juno looking weird, everything else looks great. - The sound quality is great, as usual. - The story was not as good as the first but still good. - Combos are waaaay easier to do on this Wii version than the first games Wii version. - The few levels the game had were sometimes hard to navigate through but they were pretty lengthy. There were only like two or three bosses in the whole game! What the heck was up with that! And they were easy! I didn't like that. I'm glad that you knew what holocrons and heathpack things you were missing by looking on the level info but the rest of the game was pretty sad. The story was good but only lasted what felt like 5minutes. Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 3 better have a longer story and more bosses.
Rated 1 out of 10 by StarWarsExpert pathetic
This sequel (to the epic Star Wars: The Force Unleashed) is an embarrassment to the Star Wars video game series. First of all, this game is way too easy (just keep pressing the "A" button and you'll kill easily kill everyone). Second, it has a "arcade-video-game" type feel to it (I felt like there should be a slot in the Wii system to accept quarters) since every time you kill someone the screen lights up and indicates how many points you scored and what "Jedi skill level" you've attained. Third, the authentic feel of the lightsaber-swinging action that was amazing and realistic in the first Star Wars: The Force Unleashed is missing from this pathetic game (if you do swing the Wii around, the character jumps up and down or hurls his 2 lightsabers, instead of imitating your lightsaber-swinging action like the original Star Wars: The Force Unleashed). Conclusion: The Force Unleashed II is for kids , and not for adults. Save your money and buy something else. Note to Lucas Arts: Stick to the original, lightsaber-swinging action of the original Star Wars: The Force Unleashed and don't make another pathetic game like Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II.
Rated 0 out of 10 by Someone happy to be getting the DSi! I am so getting this!
Okay, so, if you want this game, go to your nearest GameStop, EB Games, or EBX. I already did! I mean, come on, in the first one, The Apprentice AKA StarKiller was cool, although it was a little annoying having to kill good and bad people, but in this one.......I mean, come on: Two Light-Sabers at the palms of your hands! I sincerely hope that it will have both the nunchuck and Wii Remote as your Light-Sabers, and find a way to incorporate in force-controls. This game looks amazing! If only, if only, it came out today, I would be able to say: "The game is the best I have ever played! I've experienced history, all of this day!" Yeah, if I'm rhyming, that means I REALLY can't wait for this game to come out..................but I will! What side will you choose? The cool side of the force, or...............eh, the other one?!
Rated 0 out of 10 by SHTBLOCK Wasn't sure it was coming to the Wii, but now YES!
I actually had a problem with the 1st game, because it went along the lines of so many others putting a lesser game version for the Wii. I'm a life-long Nintendo fan and was really displeased at so many 3rd party games making different versions for the Wii (Spider-man 3 for example). When I found out that the 1st game did this, I was really mad being such a fan of Star Wars (Rogue Squadron for example), but I gave it a chance and bought it. Let me just say, it was an awesome game despite everything I mentioned earlier. I loved being able to swing my light sabre around and using my other hand to push-force clones away from me. Plus the duel part that was different than the other two console versions and was a nice addition. The story of a Vader's apprentice was a very cool twist in the Star Wars universe, and the things you could do was also fantastic for a fan of Star Wars (like pulling down a Star Cruiser, awesome). When I saw the previews for 2nd game and didn't see anything about it was coming to the Wii I was a little peeved about it. Now that I know the Wii is getting it, I'll be adding it to my already big list of games I'm getting this fall/Christmas season.
Rated 8 out of 10 by TheReview This game didn't seem great at first, but it was.
Right off the bat I did realize that this game had some of the best graphics I've seen on the Wii. There was exceptional attention to detail and huge, amazing environments. I wasn't too sure about the controls though. The best part of the first game, by far, was the fact that you could just swing around your arms like crazy. Unfortunately that is gone. There is only a plain old A button attack. The advantage of this though, is that the attacks and combos are much smoother. Besides that, some of the controls are just a bit hard to use. After a while, I got used to them for the most part though. There are also a ton of puzzles, and hidden unlockables that make this game all the better. When you add it all together, this is a great game, that any Star-Wars fan should try out.
Rated 5 out of 10 by Jimmer72 YOU'RE GOING TO RETURN THIS RIGHT AFTER YOU FINISH
I got the first Star Wars The Force Unleashed for my PSP, and when I found out that they cancelled SWFU II for PSP, I went straight to buying it for Wii. In comparison I liked the PSP game play better because you got to choose special attacks by pressing a combination of buttons. In the Wii game, you could only attack or jump or throw your lightsabers, and then your force unleashed bar would increase, making your moves more effective. For story mode I completed it in TWO days! On the PSP, there was a whole lot more levels to play on. The multiplayer was kinda fun, but it didn't really make up for how bad the story mode was. I traded this game in about two or three weeks after I got it. It doesn't have much lasting appeal. The story mode plot was also a little weird.
Rated 9 out of 10 by alien444 Almost Perfect but not quite.
The Force Unleashed 2 has alot of good things about it, but it has bad things, too. First of all, let me just say that for a Wii game the graphics are terrific. The storyline and voice-acting aren't bad either. The game's levels drag on so it can get annoying. The controls aren't as good as in the first game. The Force Grip is particularly what I'm talking about. In The Force Unleashed, you Force Gripped with Z. In this game, it makes use of C, and the actual Wii Remote. The Xbox version has better controls and some details of the levels are left out in the Wii version. On top of this, the game is very short. Even though I told all the bad things about this game, don't hesitate to go out and buy it.
Rated 0 out of 10 by starkillerreturns new and better things?!
i really hope that this game has more optins, like every move you make should influence you. in the first game, you were supposed to chose your own destiny and everything, but that really only happened at the end. so, i hope in this one, the simplest decision should influence you. also, i hope there are new and even more creative moves, and also in the last one you were supposed to be able to force push someone through a wall, but that really only happened in the second mission, so, i hope that is more throughout the game. and finally, the storyline better be good enough to explain how "starkiller" returned from the dead. high hopes, game designers, dont screw this up.