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STAR WARS - The Force Unleashed II (pc game)
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The Force is not strong with this one

The original Force Unleashed was a pretty nice slice of Star Wars action and adventure which bridged the gap between Episodes III and IV. This sequel is more of the same but doesn't feel quite so fun this time around, making it one for the diehard Star Wars fan only. The story picks up some six months after the end of the previous game, with the player in control of Starkiller, Dark Vader's secret apprentice, after he apparently rises from the grave. The plot follows his attempts to escape from Vader's clutches and his subsequent pursuit of his love interest from the first game, while also uncovering the truth about himself. Gameplay-wise, this is similar to the original, being a third-person action adventure which will see you exploring a series of planets including Kamino and Dagobah, while engaging in fast-paced lightsaber combat and making use of a range of Force powers. The whole thing is a very linear affair though so don't expect too much freedom as you venture around this most beloved of universes. This could have been a nice addition to the Star Wars canon but unfortunately it's all just far too rushed to actually make a good game. What's here is fine, with some exciting combat to enjoy, but it does get repetitive quite quickly so boredom is likely to set in. It's also a very short game so even novice players are likely to finish it in one sitting and there's little in the way of replay value. The visuals, controls and other elements are all fine, but at the end of the day, there's just not enough here to warrant much investment.