History VideoGame / TheForceUnleashed

11th May '17 1:08:19 AM DustSnitch
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** Yoda and Boba Fett make brief appearances in the second game, with [[spoiler:Wedge Antilles]] making a cameo in the novelization.

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** Yoda and Boba Fett make brief appearances in the second game, with [[spoiler:Wedge Antilles]] Wedge Antilles making a cameo in the novelization.
10th May '17 4:16:58 PM DustSnitch
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* EvilVersusEvil: After defecting to the Rebellion, Starkiller returns to two planets he helped conquer for the Empire, Raxus Prime and Felucia, to find Imperial Forces wiping out the native defenses with their superior firepower. This isn't a cutscene only thing, the first thing the player will see in the second Felucia level is a group of stormtroopers running to their turrets and laying waste to a horde of Felucian Warriors who are rushing them. The players can jump into the middle and take on both armies at once, or just wait for the Stormtroopers to wipe out the Felucians so you only have one group of enemies to fight.
25th Apr '17 7:24:10 PM DustSnitch
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* MeteorMove: The most satisfying of Galen's (many) moves in ''VideoGame/TheForceUnleashed'' is a variation of Type B in which he slashes his opponent multiple times into the air ''with his lightsaber'', grabs him by the throat and '''then''' crashes into the ground below, usually sending a resounding shockwave that ripples outward, sending the usually-present crowd of hapless Stormtrooper screaming into the air, setting up for yet-another combo.

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* MeteorMove: The most satisfying of Galen's (many) moves in ''VideoGame/TheForceUnleashed'' is a variation of Type B in which he slashes hits his opponent multiple times into the air ''with his lightsaber'', grabs him by the throat and '''then''' crashes into the ground below, usually sending a resounding shockwave that ripples outward, sending the usually-present crowd of hapless Stormtrooper screaming into the air, setting up for yet-another combo.
12th Apr '17 8:05:39 PM DustSnitch
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!! ''The Force Unleashed'' and ''The Force Unleashed II'' provides examples of:

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!! ''The Force Unleashed'' and ''The Force Unleashed II'' provides provide examples of:
8th Apr '17 4:20:18 PM nombretomado
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** Kota's fleet comes out of hyperspace over Kamino to find that the Empire set a trap and were waiting for them. [[ReturnOfTheJedi Sound familiar]]?

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** Kota's fleet comes out of hyperspace over Kamino to find that the Empire set a trap and were waiting for them. [[ReturnOfTheJedi [[Film/ReturnOfTheJedi Sound familiar]]?



** In the sixth level, you can find [[ThePhantomMenace Jar Jar Binks]] frozen in a block of carbonite.
** [[ReturnOfTheJedi Salacious Crumb's]] disembodied head can be seen in one of the gladiator arena cutscenes in the second game.

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** In the sixth level, you can find [[ThePhantomMenace [[Film/ThePhantomMenace Jar Jar Binks]] frozen in a block of carbonite.
** [[ReturnOfTheJedi [[Film/ReturnOfTheJedi Salacious Crumb's]] disembodied head can be seen in one of the gladiator arena cutscenes in the second game.
11th Feb '17 10:28:25 AM Prinzenick
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The games were also the center of a multimedia project covering a wide range of media including ComicBooks, a novel (by Creator/SeanWilliams), action figures and a RolePlayingGame.

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The games were also the center of a multimedia project ala ShadowsOfTheEmpire, covering a wide range of media including ComicBooks, a novel (by Creator/SeanWilliams), action figures and a RolePlayingGame.
5th Feb '17 9:26:29 AM DustSnitch
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A DownloadableContent pack entitled the Ultimate Sith Edition adds a WhatIf story to both games based on the Dark Side endings, that allows the player to screw around with the first three films, with Starkiller proceeding to hunt down and destroy characters such as Obi-Wan Kenobi, Luke Skywalker, and Princess Leia.

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A DownloadableContent pack packs each entitled the Ultimate Sith Edition adds a add WhatIf story stories to both games based on the their [[BadEnding Dark Side endings, that allows endings]] and allow the player to screw around with battle through the settings of first three films, with ''Star Wars'' films as Starkiller proceeding to hunt down and destroy fight characters such as like Obi-Wan Kenobi, Luke Skywalker, and Princess Leia.
5th Feb '17 9:21:27 AM DustSnitch
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->''"I bring Darth Vader's enemies to justice, and now so do you."''
--> -- '''Starkiller'''

''The Force Unleashed'' and ''The Force Unleashed II'' are video games developed by Creator/LucasArts set in the ''Franchise/StarWarsLegends'' universe, bridging the gap between the films ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' and ''Film/ANewHope''. They center around the secret apprentice of Darth Vader, codenamed Starkiller, who uses his incredible powers of the Force to battle the enemies of the Empire. However, alongside his droid PROXY, pilot Juno Eclipse, and the Jedi Master General Rahm Kota, Starkiller begins to break off from Vader and fight for his own sake.

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->''"I bring Darth Vader's enemies to justice, and now so do you.[-[[caption-width-right:306:'''Starkiller''': The Force gives me all I need.]]-]

->''"With the Force as his ally, he did battle with the Dark Lord. And he showed the measure of a true Jedi at a place called 'The Death Star', where hope for the Galaxy was reborn. May all who struggle against tyranny hold his memory in their hearts.
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--> -- '''Starkiller'''

-->--'''Epitaph of the Unknown Jedi'''

''The Force Unleashed'' and ''The Force Unleashed II'' are video games developed by Creator/LucasArts set in the ''Franchise/StarWarsLegends'' universe, bridging the gap between the films ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' and ''Film/ANewHope''. They

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center around the secret apprentice of Darth Vader, codenamed Starkiller, Starkiller [[TheNameless in the place of a real name]], who uses his incredible powers of the Force to battle the enemies of the Empire. However, alongside his droid PROXY, pilot Juno Eclipse, and the Jedi Master General Rahm Kota, Starkiller begins to break off from Vader and fight for his own sake.
1st Feb '17 6:20:56 AM ChronoLegion
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* WeWillUseManualLaborInTheFuture: Or in a galaxy far far away that has space ships, upsidedown cities and other modern marvels. [[ZigZaggingTrope Zig Zagged]] though, in that it depends on who does it. For example, the Empire's ship-building facilities use state-of-the-art automation for building TIE fighters and even the Executor flagship is assembled by an army of construction droids.

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* WeWillUseManualLaborInTheFuture: Or in a galaxy far far away that has space ships, upsidedown cities and other modern marvels. [[ZigZaggingTrope Zig Zagged]] though, in that it depends on who does it. For example, the Empire's ship-building facilities use state-of-the-art automation for building TIE fighters and even the Executor flagship is assembled by an army of construction droids. However, the novelization states that much of the heavy labor on the Death Star was done by Wookie slaves. Starkiller frees many of them on his way to fight Vader and the Emperor, so it's not clear who puts the finishing touches on the station afterwards.
1st Feb '17 5:49:10 AM ChronoLegion
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* AIIsACrapshoot: The novelization of the first game has the Core on Raxus Prime, whose primary task is to recycle the trash covering the planet. However, after Starkiller's interference that results in the Empire coming to the planet, the Core is convinced that the Empire is ruled inefficiently and resolves to take it over. For some reason, though, it feels that it needs the ''Rogue Shadow'' to get off the planet, even though the planet is littered with ship parts. It should be easy enough for the Core to assemble a whole ''fleet'' from that. [[spoiler:When trying to slice into the Core, PROXY falls under the Core's influence and is convinced to open himself up to it. The Core takes control of him and tries to kill Starkiller. Starkiller manages to defeat the Core and then uses Force Lightning to fry it in order to wipe any trace of the data it could have downloaded from PROXY. Notably, the Core's meddling has also wiped PROXY's primary programming, so he no longer fells compelled to try to kill Starkiller]].
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