Star Wars Hero

What a game! There is no need to say anymore but due to the fact that one sentence does not a review make I will continue, gladly. However, this will be less of a review and more of a little worship session.

Force Unleashed 2 begins with an EPIC opening sequence of Vader attempting to make you believe that you are a clone of the ever-powerful Starkiller. You thus proceed to make an escape from Vader’s imprisonment and search for General Kota to get some answers.

Memories haunt you as they were passed down during the ‘cloning’ process. However, without ruining the incredible storyline I will just say that the story is easy to follow and captivating at the same time.

The voices and sequences are rather well done, who am I kidding, it is a brilliant movie rolled into an undeniably heroic game! The look is authentic and just excellently rendered. Which brings me to graphics.

They are ridiculous. They are detailed, rich and just spectacular. For instance, cause utter devastation around you with your force lightning and force push; The ground shudders with cracks when you use your force push or repel. The force lightning lights up the entire screen as it streaks all around searching for an enemy to fry.

With gameplay being unchanged from Forse Unleashed, you can jump right in and create havoc almost instantly. Starkiller comes with all the original force powers and an added new “mind trick” power, if used correctly will cause a foe to lose sanity and jump off a massive sky ramp. How wicked is that!?

I forgot to mention – Dual Frigin Lightsabers! The utter destruction you cause with a few clicks of a button is a combination of a martial artist’s wet dream and an elegant dancer’ aspirations. Starkiller is so much more powerful than before and thus enemies are meaningless at any instance.

One critique though, it is just too short! I’m not saying this only because I was addicted but it is actually a very short game.

Star Wars: Force Unleashed 2 is a definite must have this holiday. I don’t care if you have to sell your grandmother to get it, just make a plan!

Rating 10/10

Josh “Swift” Sack – Gaming Editor || About Me: Started Writing for TechHuman in July 1946 after an honorable discharge from the Guatemalan National Guard. Call of Duty Guatemalan Rampage, to be launched in 2026, will be based on Josh’s various military campaigns in the Guard.