STAR WARS™ - The Force Unleashed™ Ultimate Sith Edition
A game that will show gamers the deepest, darkest side of the Force in a story that puts them on a collision course with Luke Skywalker himself.
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Mixed (2,096 reviews) - 61% of the 2,096 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Nov 3, 2009

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Includes 14 items: STAR WARS™ - Dark Forces, STAR WARS™ - Knights of the Old Republic™, STAR WARS™ - The Force Unleashed™ II, STAR WARS™ - The Force Unleashed™ Ultimate Sith Edition, STAR WARS™ Battlefront™ II, STAR WARS™ Empire at War - Gold Pack, STAR WARS™ Jedi Knight - Dark Forces II, STAR WARS™ Jedi Knight - Jedi Academy™, STAR WARS™ Jedi Knight - Mysteries of the Sith™, STAR WARS™ Jedi Knight II - Jedi Outcast™, STAR WARS™ Knights of the Old Republic™ II - The Sith Lords™, STAR WARS™ Republic Commando™, STAR WARS™ Starfighter™, STAR WARS™ The Clone Wars™ - Republic Heroes™



About This Game

The story and action of Star Wars®: The Force Unleashed™ expands with the release of Star Wars The Force Unleashed: Ultimate Sith Edition, a special new version of the game that will show gamers the deepest, darkest side of the Force in a story that puts them on a collision course with Luke Skywalker himself. The Ultimate Sith Edition includes all of the original missions found in Star Wars: The Force Unleashed as well as content previously only available via download and an all-new exclusive bonus level.
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed completely re-imagines the scope and scale of the Force and casts players as Darth Vader’s "Secret Apprentice," unveiling new revelations about the Star Wars galaxy seen through the eyes of a mysterious new character armed with unprecedented powers.
  • Includes the original Star Wars The Force Unleashed game plus 3 re-imagined Classic Trilogy levels: Tatooine, Jedi Temple and ALL-NEW-Hoth level
  • UNLEASH EPIC FORCE POWERS and devastating combos
  • DISCOVER THE UNTOLD STORY of Darth Vader's secret apprentice set between Episodes III and IV
  • LIFE-LIKE REACTIONS from characters and environments that are different every time you play

System Requirements

Mac OS X
    • OS: Win XP SP3, Windows Vista SP2 or Windows 7
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHz or AMD Athlon X2 5200+
    • Memory: 2 GB
    • Graphics: 3D Hardware Accelerator Card Required - 100% DirectX 9.0c compatible 256 MB Video Memory with Shader 2.0 support (Radeon HD 2900 or Geforce 8600)
    • DirectX®: Directx 9.0c compatible
    • Hard Drive: 30GB
    • Sound: Directx 9.0c compatible
    • Controller Support: XBox 360 Controller for Windows
    • Supported ATI Chipsets: ATI Radeon HD 2600, 2900, 3650, 3690, 3850, 3870, 4550, 4650, 4770, 4850, 4870, 5890
    • Supported NVIDIA Chipsets: NVIDIA GeForce 8600, 8800, 9400, 9500, 9600, 9800, 250, 260, 275, 280, 285, 295
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.8 GHz or AMD Athlon X2 Dual-Core 6000+
    • Graphics: 512 MB 3D Hardware Accelerator Card (GeForce 9800 GT)
    • OS: 10.8.5 (Mountain Lion), 10.9.5 (Mavericks), 10.10.5 (Yosemite), 10.11.1 (El Capitan)
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo (Dual-Core)
    • CPU Speed: 2.4 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 25 GB + 1 GB Swap File
    • Video Card: ATI HD 2600, Nvidia 8600, Intel HD 3000 with 256 MB of VRam
    • Additional: Macintosh mouse and keyboard or Microsoft Xbox 360 Wired Controller

    • Notice:Intel Integrated chipsets are unsupported (GMA 950/X3100). This game is not supported on volumes formatted as Mac OS Extended (Case Sensitive).
Helpful customer reviews
515 of 596 people (86%) found this review helpful
27 people found this review funny
3.8 hrs on record
Posted: November 8, 2015
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed is an action adventure game releasing initially on PS2, PS3, Wii, Xbox360, iOS, Nintendo DS, PSP and who could forget, the N-Gage. The Ultimate Sith edition of the game finally released on PC and Mac OS in November 2009. The plot in The Forced Unleashed is between the first two trilogies of Star Wars films, but acts as an original story. You play the role of Darth Vadar’s apprentice, as you are tasked with hunting down Jedi – but you slowly become part of the Light side as things do not go as planned.

The game play is very hack and slash style, with the good old classic lightsaber action and with a drop of force action too, the combat is very exciting and pack with all sorts of fancy attacks and duels. Part of your force powers includes the use of electric shocking your enemies too; this can be extremely pleasing to do on large groups of Stormtroopers. The combo system with the lightsabre is easy to get a grip of, and you can soon be showing off some crazy attacks, that look simply awesome. The game does have quite a lot of QTE’s throughout, these normally occur at the end of a regular fight, allowing a more cinematic dramatic end to a fight, normally I am not a fan of QTEs, but these are done in a way which allow you to enjoy what is happening on the screen whilst also testing your speed and awareness of what is going on.

This game is old now, having released almost six years ago, the graphics are becoming to look a bit dated, but that’s not to say it is a bad looking game at all. It is certainly not up to the standards we are used to now, but if you stick this on 1080p, you can still get some really nice looking scenes. The animation of all the characters are done brilliantly, and all of the levels look fleshed out with some really cool looking backdrops.

Plot wise, this has got to be one of my favourite Star Wars games. I really enjoyed playing as the Dark side for once in this type of game, but you can’t stay as the Dark side, as events unfold, you soon start becoming part of the Jedi’s and working to over throw the Emperor. It will really get you in the mood for watching the film series again.

This isn’t a very difficult game; the only times I died were due to errors in the platforming side of the game and I ended up falling off the edge of the world. The difficulty can be ramped up, so playing on hard mode may be the way forward to get more of a challenge. The end boss fights pose a little bit of a challenge, but nothing that you can’t really overcome. I’m looking at you, Star Destroyer boss!

Even though the game is very linear, the levels are all of a decent size, and have multiple paths to the end. With plenty of hidden items for you to collect as you go, you’ll be jumping and fighting your way through plenty of enemies to find them. I was a little disappointed to see that a couple of the levels were essentially the same map, just done in a different order so to speak, just seemed a little lazy on that part.
The game is also on the short side, having completed the game in just less than four hours on a normal difficulty. There is little reason to play it through for a second time unless you are trying the harder modes.

I had a couple of technical problems whilst playing. I did go into the game expecting there to be some given the age of the game. The first issue I had was, even when selecting 1080p, the game still doesn’t play in a full screen, you get black bars down the side of your game, which are very annoying. Secondly, the game is capped at 30fps – I can only assume that is because it is a port of the PS3 game. Thirdly, the sound on some levels just cuts out for no apparent reason, this has been reported as a common bug on the game, and a simple reload will fix it, so just an annoyance really. I did also encounter a couple of random crashes which resulted in me losing a bit of progress – again I expected these due to the age of the title but would be nice if a patch could be released to fix the problems.

To sum up, Star Wars: The Force Unleashed is a pretty good action game. The game play is really good, and the plot alone all deserves your time and attention. The only thing that really lets it down is the length of the game. I would only say it is worth half of the £14, 99 price tag for that reason alone. Due to the premium name of the game though it won’t go on sale very often so keep your eyes peeled.

Tom's Score Card
1) Stay away
2) Not Recommended
3) Only recommended when on sale
4) Recommended
5) Highly recommended
6) This is a must play

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49 of 74 people (66%) found this review helpful
9 people found this review funny
14.1 hrs on record
Posted: November 29, 2015
The community is hard as hell on this game. I'm not really a starwars fan (more of a star trek fan) so i could give 2 sqates for the story. I am on the other hand a big beat em up fan, so im easily pleased if certain criteria that i believe is common in the beat-em up genre is met.

I'll honestly say this game feels slow as ♥♥♥♥ locked at 30fps, to a point where it virtually feels a bit unplayable and more of a chore just playing it. One of my main reasons for not continuing to play the game was because of how slow it felt. till someone told me i could fully unlocked the game and get 60fps

After doing so man how this game felt so much improved. At heart one can clearly see this game was a rip straight off of the consoles. I'll be quick to say the menus are downright dated to the point of disgust. Menus surly doesn't scale to resolutions, thats for sure.

game is worth it, as long as you can deal with the small janks.
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25 of 34 people (74%) found this review helpful
35 people found this review funny
17.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 16, 2015
My first time fighting Shaak Ti she glitched into the ground so I had to restart.
My second time I glitched in the sky so I had to restart.
My third time I got hit with zero health and somehow became invincible and then got thrown into a pit and had to restart.
My forth time my game crashed.

12/10 best ragdoll simulator I've ever played.
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122 of 209 people (58%) found this review helpful
10 people found this review funny
5.2 hrs on record
Posted: November 26, 2015
Force Unleashed is a clunky 3rd person action game that does two things rather well a) Force Powers (as the title would suggest) and b) introducing some original characters that fit nicely into the existing classic Star Wars lore.

The game itself is somewhat mediocre (good thing the Star Wars IP is attached) as you run and jump around slashing up Storm Troopers and other Star Wars bad guys, earning XP along the way to level up certain powers and abilities. So far, so unexciting. The real kicker is the realization of the Force Powers - true, other games (especially the Jedi Knight-titles) featured Force Powers but the way Force Unleashed does them is actually unique. For example you can grab, lift and hurl enemies around - with a lot more control than earlier titles allowed for. There is also A LOT of punch to certain powers like Force Push (which can even be charged for maximum effect) and it is quite convincing as well as enjoyable to send rows of troopers flying or blast massive doors open. Bring enormous Rancors to their knees using amped up Force Lightning is also highly entertaining and you can even combo Force Powers into your lightsaber attacks. If you want to feel badass, Force Unleashed got you covered.

The main reason to recommend this game (for me, anyways) would be the story, writing and the characters. Eventhough the main twist of the story is darn stupid, it is highly entertaining thanks to good dialogue and some cool characters (like your android sidekick Proxy who tries killing you at every given opportunity) - it feels very much like a legit piece of Star Wars, NOT easy - in my opinion. And even if you are not into the whole Star Wars thing, this could work out for you because it's simply well done and some of that classic Lucas Arts magic shines through. It also looks the part and has amazing art direction - some places are REALLY impressive, even by todays standard.

Now, you might say: "dude, all of this sounds pretty good - why the tumbs down?" - because this game is one of the worst PC ports I own on Steam. Locked frame rate, rather unstable and with completely broken sound in the final levels - some of that stuff can be fixed, but the game is broken out of the box and nobody ever cared about fixing the actual Steam files - as mentioned before, the game has a few issues as well - mainly some difficulty spikes and (more annoying) half of the game is spend revisiting locations you have already been to - which, considering it is rather short, feels like lazyness on the developers part.

Grab it at your own risk, some good stuff to be found here - but broken software sucks.
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10 of 10 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
5.3 hrs on record
Posted: January 7
Highly recommended for Star Wars fans like myself, otherwise you might want to step back a little and think about it.
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