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La Saga Star Wars ® se poursuit avec Star Wars®: The Force Unleashed™ II, la suite très attendue du jeu le plus rapidement vendu de Star Wars jamais créé.
Date de parution: 26 oct 2010
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Acheter Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II

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Acheter Star Wars Collection - 2013

Inclut les 14 articles suivants : Star Wars Republic Commando™ , Star Wars Battlefront® II, Star Wars Starfighter™, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Star Wars Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II, Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy, Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast, Star Wars: Dark Forces, Star Wars Jedi Knight: Mysteries of the Sith, Star Wars The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes, Star Wars The Force Unleashed: Ultimate Sith Edition, Star Wars® Empire at War™: Gold Pack, STAR WARS® THE FORCE UNLEASHED II, STAR WARS®: Knights of the Old Republic™ II

À propos du jeu

La saga Star Wars® continue avec Star Wars®: The Force Unleashed™ II, la suite très attendue du jeu Star Wars le plus vendu de tous les temps. Dans Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, le monde a découvert l'apprenti désormais en fuite de Dark Vador, Starkiller, héros improbable qui a allumé les flammes de la rébellion dans une galaxie qui avait tant besoin d'un champion.

Dans ce second opus, Starkiller est de retour avec des pouvoirs de la Force améliorés et entreprend un voyage pour découvrir sa propre identité et retrouver son unique amour, Juno Eclipse. Dans Star Wars : The Force Unleashed, Starkiller est à nouveau le pion de Dark Vador, mais au lieu d'entraîner son protégé à devenir un assassin sans foi ni loi, le seigneur sombre tente de cloner son ancien apprenti afin de créer le guerrier Sith ultime. La chasse a commencé : Starkiller poursuit Juno et Dark Vador traque Starkiller.

Disposant de pouvoirs de la Force dévastateurs et maniant deux sabres laser, Starkiller dispose des ses ennemis en parcourant des environnements enchanteurs tirés des films Star Wars, dans une quête épique à la recherche de son passé.

Caractéristiques:

  • Retrouvez Starkiller, l'apprenti de Dark Vador désormais en fuite, dans la suite de son périple qui façonnera les événements clé prenant place entre les épisodes III et IV de la saga Star Wars, et changera à jamais le destin de la galaxie.
  • Libérez la Force avec plus de puissance et de précision grâce à des commandes améliorées et de nouvelles compétences, telles que l'insidieux "contrôle mental" qui retournera vos ennemis contre leurs alliés.
  • Découvrez le véritable pouvoir de Starkiller, la "fureur de la Force", et augmentez ainsi la puissance de ses attaques et de ses pouvoirs de manière exponentielle.
  • Le système de ciblage amélioré augmente votre précision lors de l'utilisation des pouvoirs de la Force et vous permet d'interagir plus facilement avec les énigmes et l'environnement.
  • Vivez des combats deux fois plus intenses grâce à l'ambidextrie de Starkiller, désormais capable de manier deux sabres laser. Châtiez vos ennemis grâce à de tous nouveaux combos.
  • Profitez d'interactions plus vraies que nature grâce au moteur DMM de Pixelux Entertainment, associé au moteur euphoria de Natural Motion Ltd et au puissant moteur Havok Physics™.
  • Grâce aux options de personnalisation avancée, découvrez de nouvelles tenues et perfectionnez vos sabres laser en choisissant vos cristaux.
  • Triomphez de tous les défis dans des niveaux inédits, créés spécialement pour tester et aiguiser vos talents de combattant et d'adepte de la Force.
  • Soignez vos techniques de combat pour anéantir un large éventail de nouveaux ennemis et affronter les puissants boss de fin de niveau.
  • Plongez une nouvelle fois dans cette palpitante histoire, récompensée par la Writer's Guild of America et l'Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences.

Configuration requise

    Minimum :

    • Système d'exploitation : Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista® SP2, ou Windows 7
    • Processeur : Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHz ou AMD Athlon X2 5200+
    • Mémoire vive : 2 Go de RAM (XP, Vista, ou 7)
    • Disque dur : 10 Go + 1 Go pour le fichier d'échange
    • Carte graphique : ATI Radeon HD 2600 / NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT avec 256 Mo de mémoire vidéo avec le support Shader 3.0
    • Son : Audio intégré 100% compatible DirectX 9.0c
    • Direct®: DirectX 9.0c (Mars 2009)

    Recommandée :

    • Processeur : Intel Core 2 Duo 2.8 GHz ou AMD Athlon X2 6000+
    • Affichage : ATI Radeon HD 4800 / NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260
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So last week I wrote my review on Force Unleashed 1. I was impressed with the story and how well it fit in the Star Wars universe and the only major complaint I had was that the controls sometimes felt clunky, that the game could have been a LITTLE bit more than it was.

I finally got around to playing this, and it feels like my opinions flipped. You play as Starkiller again, and the introduction gives a good start to WHY you are there. If you didn't play the first game before this I recommend you do, otherwise you will be totally lost. Anyway, I'll go through each section.

Story: 5/10
The only reason the story is this high is because the first game did a magnificent job setting things up. You know your story from the first, although the Starkiller in this game doesn't remember much about his past (minor spoiler, don't worry you find this out in the openning cutscene, Vader tells you that you are a clone). You basically spend the game trying to get back to your beloved Juno's arms, that's about it. No major plot development like in the first one, nothing that helps you define yourself as a Sith or Jedi. In fact, Starkiller feels a little bit less of a badass and a bit more angsty than I would have liked.

Graphics & Sound: 8/10
The sound is easy, they did a good job with music, it fit in well, and the whole Star Wars lightsaber/force sound effects are amazing, exactly what you expect. The graphics are polished and the cutscenes are really well done from what I could tell. There are 2 very major reasons why I don't give this game a 10/10 (keeping in mind that the game was released over 3 years ago). First of all, most of the cutscenes actually involve your character model, thus including your dual lightsabers and the crystal color you chose, which is good. The problem? The fully CGI cutscenes that are videos, they just had him with dual red lightsabers. It felt really lazy and removed me from the experience a little bit. Other games make sure their full cutscenes include the specialized weapon and armor you are wearing, don't switch me back to the original, it is really annoying. I took 1 point off for that. The second thing, while the game looks great and everything, the characters look different than from the first. General Kota and Juno specifically, and Starkiller as well but not to the same extent. They just LOOK like different people with similar features. That bothered me slightly, yes they are WAY MORE polished than before, but it detracted from their original look.

Gameplay: 9/10
Gameplay is magnificent in this. They changed the combat system and leveling system, the menus are more fluid, fighting is more fluid, FORCE POWERS ARE MORE FLUID. This was my problem in the first game, not so in here. You basically have most of your kit from the first game, and as you gain experience you unlock more force powers along with being able to upgrade them up to a maximum level of 3. This is beautiful, and being able to rapid fire Force Push (even though I never used it) is amazing. Also, put a point into Jedi Mindtrick, it is the most fun part of this game. The game felt more fluid, and I died maybe a few times to mis-timed jumps, but never because the camera screwed me or things not being responsive.

Overall: 8/10
The story was kind of lame, and it was the only thing to take away from it. The game is short, it took me 6 hours (theres like 8 levels) and I didn't feel like it took forever. The action was amazing and the fights were fun. Everything else aside, I enjoyed this A LOT more than the first game.
Posté le : 16 décembre 2013
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+ shorter, dumbed down, tweaked and more visually compelling version of Jedi Academy
+ not as short and not as bad as everyone says
+ well optimized port
+ enjoyable gameplay (my personal opinion)
+ improved gameplay mechanics from Force Unleashed 1
- story is not really worth too much, but that doesn't really matter imo, you get to slash ♥♥♥♥ with lightsabers, story shmory
- high price while not on sale, while I like the game, it's objectively not worth the full price
- it's still a console port and it will always feel like one
- not really a good replayability factor

7/10 for me
Posté le : 10 décembre 2013
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The Force Unleashed II showed much promise after the release of the first Force Unleashed, which was rather good. But no, they had to rush this one. Make money as fast as possible. *Shakes head in disbelief*
Decent Star Wars games are hard to come by, so why not take a little more time to polish this one then ? I seriously can't answer that.
I was impressed by the graphics. It has that certain Star Wars vibe, which is a definite plus. But there's not much variety in the environments (about 3 truly different areas/worlds), and as a result everything looks bland and boring, and doesn't make you want to explore. As far as that's possible, because it's mostly a linear game, with only one way to go forward.
There's plenty of detail in the characters and the effects look great in motion. One thing that distracted me from the experience though, was the face of Starkiller himself. At times he seemed to show little or no emotion, while the scene led me to believe otherwise. It looked very awkward and weird, and happened at least 2 or 3 times during the entire game.
The story, which is uninteresting but has a nice little twist in it, is still very decent for a Star Wars game. I'm not a die hard fan of the movies, but I do appreciate them and the fact that you can choose between a Dark and Light ending gives the game some kind of replay value. Which still isn't a lot, considering the game can be finished in 4 or 5 hours. But the story still feels rushed and you have the feeling that you missed out on certain things. Maybe because of time or money constraints, I don't know.
The combat is good, with enough enemy variety that require you to use your different abilities and tactics. I've seen games where you have tons of abilities and in the end only used 2 of them, but not in this one. So, again, a plus.
There's not much to upgrade this time. I'm not sure if I remember it correctly, but I thought the first game had much more things to upgrade and unlock. Still, it could be my memory.
Star Wars The Force Unleashed II was made to make money (like pretty much any other game), but in the end it just feels rushed and incomplete. I wish they had taken more time to flesh things out, like the skills and the interface, but more importantly, the story. And despite all these flaws it's still not a bad game. Just a decent one.
Posté le : 12 février 2014
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its okay but just to short!The force unleashed 1 is better because its longer but that game is still short.
Posté le : 26 janvier 2014
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Personally, I only recommend picking up this game if/when it's on sale (I was fortunate enough to pick it up for $3 during the Summer sale). There's definitely fun to be had in this game; the force powers you receive and using your lightsaber are enjoyable and make you feel powerful. However, the gameplay is very repititious and the main campaign is shockingly short. I beat it on medium difficulty in around 5 hours, and the other modes do not add much replayability. This is definitely a one-and-done game.

One thing worth noting is that this game is beautiful. I'm only running an HD4850 at the moment and I was able to max out the settings with antialiasing and a resolution of 1440x900 while maintaining a solid framerate. I found myself taking several moments in-between combat sections just to stop and enjoy the visuals.

If you're looking for some quick action and some eye candy, wait for it to go on sale and pick it up. I don't think it's worth the $20 price tag because it's so incredibly short, but if you get it for less you just might enjoy the ride.
Posté le : 27 novembre 2013
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