Game Review - L aughlin G Conor English-101 Hertweck Tom...

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Laughlin, G. Conor English-101 October 13, 2008 Hertweck, Tom Star Wars: The Force Unleashed The Force is with Lucas Arts’ latest addition to the Star Wars Saga Considering Lucas Arts’ somewhat mixed history on Star Wars console games, I was cautiously optimistic about The Force Unleashed (TFU). The Jedi Knight series was Lucas Art’s last great action series to be released on the X-box, but that was with the assistance of Raven Studios. There have been a lot of crappy Star Wars games in the past and this one promises to break that trend You start the game as the big baddie himself, Darth Vader. Vader finds a small boy during the course of his mission and sees that the toddler is very powerful in the force. So, Vader takes the boy and trains him. You play the rest of the game as Darth Vader’s secret apprentice, codenamed “Starkiller”. Vader sends you on missions to kill the last remaining Jedi knights. As the name of the game implies, players get to unleash the force, and kick some serious ass while doing so. When you Force push an enemy, he doesn’t fall over, he careens across the landscape.
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