The Star Wars® Saga continues with Star Wars®: The Force Unleashed™ II, the highly anticipated sequel to the fastest-selling Star Wars game ever created.
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Data di rilascio: 26 ott 2010

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Acquista Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II

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Include 14 articoli: 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™

 

Informazioni sul gioco

The Star Wars® Saga continues with Star Wars®: The Force Unleashed™ II, the highly anticipated sequel to the fastest-selling Star Wars game ever created. In Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, the world was introduced to Darth Vader’s now fugitive apprentice, Starkiller—the unlikely hero who would ignite the flames of rebellion in a galaxy so desperately in need of a champion.

In the sequel, Starkiller returns with over-the-top Force powers and embarks on a journey to discover his own identity and to reunite with his one true love, Juno Eclipse. In Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II, Starkiller is once again the pawn of Darth Vader—but instead of training his protégé as a ruthless assassin, the dark lord is attempting to clone his former apprentice in an attempt to create the Ultimate Sith warrior. The chase is on – Starkiller is in pursuit of Juno and Darth Vader is hunting for Starkiller.

With all-new devastating Force powers and the ability to dual-wield lightsabers, Starkiller cuts a swath through deadly new enemies across exciting worlds from the Star Wars films - all in his desperate search for answers to his past.

Key features:
  • Continue the galaxy-altering journey of Starkiller, Darth Vader's fugitive apprentice, that shapes the key events between Star Wars: Episode III and Episode IV.
  • Unleash the Force with more power and precision through improved controls and new powers, such as the deceptive Mind Trick, which turns enemies against their allies.
  • Discover the true power of Starkiller with Force Fury, where his attacks and Force powers are exponentially increased.
  • Improved targeting system enhances precision use of Force powers and greater interaction with puzzles and the environment.
  • Take combat to the next level with the ability to wield dual lightsabers and punish enemies with all-new combo attacks.
  • Experience the most life-like interactions with Pixelux Entertainment's Digital Molecular Matter (DMM) coupled with euphoria from Natural Motion Ltd and the powerful Havok Physics system.
  • Expanded customization options such as new costumes and power-enhancing lightsaber crystals.
  • Fight through all-new challenge levels designed to test and hone your fighting and Force power skills.
  • Skillfully manage your combat techniques to defeat a variety of brand-new enemies, which will culminate in epic boss battles.
  • Immerse yourself once again in the story that was honored with awards from the Writer's Guild of America and the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences.

Requisiti di sistema

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista® SP2, or Windows 7
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHz or AMD Athlon X2 5200+
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM (XP, Vista, or 7)
    • Hard Disk Space: 10GB + 1GB Swapfile
    • Video: 256 MB Video Memory with Shader 3.0 support; ATI Radeon HD 2600 / NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT
    • Sound: 100% DirectX 9.0c compatible Audio Device
    • Direct®: DirectX 9.0c (March 2009)
    Recommended:
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.8 GHz or AMD Athlon X2 6000+
    • Video: ATI Radeon HD 4800 / NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260
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Bacon Champ
( 11.1 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 28 giugno
I just finished this game. It is entertaining and seems to have held up well. It does crash occasionally which is annoying, though. Also, I beat it in 11 hours, so keep that in mind when making your decision.
TheBigOneMan
( 6.9 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 27 giugno
This is some kind of DLC not a full game, the controls sucks but it have a pretty nice story. I loved the first one and if you want to play "like" Starkiller again and this game is on sale: buy it.

EDIT: The graphic is good. Very good.
TeamTom Reviews
( 3.9 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 26 giugno
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II is the second instalment in the series. Being developed by Aspyr Media and published by Lucas Arts, taking place between the 3rd and 4th episodes of Star Wars. The game was released in October 2010 on PC, Xbox 360, PS3, Nintendo DS and the Wii.

The game continues the story of you playing Starkiller, a student of Darth Vadar. The gameplay is very much the same as the first game, but we have some new additions to his force abilities, such as Mind Tricks, allowing you to mind control enemies to either fleeing the fight or fighting on your side. The second new element is the ability to use Force Fury; which is basically you enraged form that allows you to go crazy with lighting fast light sabre hits, fancy flips and electric force shots and all sorts of craziness. The overall gameplay is essentially the same as the first game, though. Enemy fights throughout the level are very samey throughout your play through; with a few new enemies being added in which require a “rock paper scissors” way of thinking so only one of your abilities beat them, whilst the rest of virtually no damage. The boss fights in Unleashed II are a bit of a let down apart from the final scenes. Quick time events play a prominent part in any boss fight which is something I absolutely detest most of the time. It felt very cheap and showed a lack of innovation to force a key boss fight to be resolved by simply using quick time events. The only boss fight throughout the game that was anything at all compelling is the final fight with Darth Vader which is rather memorable in my opinion of being one of the better boss fights from the series so far.

The graphics are sadly very drab too; the low-quality textures and poor quality models ruin the game’s aesthetic. The game does have a few redeeming factors in that the special effects from lightning and the light sabres do look really good, though. The voice acting from the main characters just feel a little bit off; I couldn’t quite put my finger on what was different but it just felt very poorly executed in the final cut. Darth Vadar and Yoda have the best voice acting throughout but the main character, Starkiller just sounds so monotone that you’d find it a challenge to stay awake listening to him for any extended amount of time.

Difficulty wise, Unleashed II is easier than the first game; there are no challenging fights or platforming scenes, you can ramp up the difficulty at the start of the play through but the lack of being able to change this on the fly once you have started is disappointing. Like I said, boss fights usually conclude in quick time events and regular enemy fights are nothing other than a time filler as they offer no challenge what-so-ever. I finished the game in just under four hours; which is similar to the time it took me to finish the first game, so there has been no improvement made on the amount of content on offer. This was another huge disappointment for me as the story really could be explained and drawn out a little longer for the benefit of the player. You may be able to squeeze a second play throughout of this game but only if you didn’t finish the game the first time round on hard mode. There is a selection of collectables to find throughout the story mode which allows you to customize your light sabres colours but there isn’t really anything else other than that available.

The game is also riddled with technical problems. The main one being the frame rate is capped at 30. This is an absolute disgrace even though it was six years ago – don’t cap frame rates. Secondly is the huge amount of graphically tearing and no options are available for v-sync to fix it. I also had a number of crashes to desktop during my time playing too; these come just before you reach a save point on a level too which leaves you with the annoyance of having to replay the last checkpoint of the previous stage too. It’s also worth mentioning that I played the game completely using my 360 controllers, the mouse, and keyboard support is lacking so I wouldn’t even suggest trying them.

Sadly Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II is a poor excuse for the second instalment in this series. The first game is a country mile better and being a fan of Star Wars I was hugely disappointed with the overall production values on offer here as well as an extremely short experience. The technical problems and repetitive nature of the gameplay does the game no favours either. This game is nowhere near worth the price of £14.99 and it should not be recommended for anyone but hardcore fans of Star Wars, and even then it is with a huge caution.

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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RagingR2
( 8.6 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 20 giugno
Prodotto ricevuto gratis
The game looks beautiful and the combat is fun. However, I can't give this game more than a 6 or 6.5 out of 10. The storyline was extremely shallow in my opinion, I am still not sure what it substantially adds to the first game. I entered the final fight thinking, huh, this can't be it already. Summarizing the story in my head in hindsight, it really feels like two acts out of a longer story. I also plowed through it in a for me unusually short 8 hours. Normally I take a bit longer than average, so if even I took only 8 hours, that's a testament to how short the campaign is. On both depth of story and length of gameplay, this really feels more like a good DLC than a full game.

Also by the time I finished the game, I think I explored little over more than half of the skill tree, and I never even got around to using a single one of those lightsaber crystals that you find. They are supposed to be very useful, but also apparently very unnecessary to easily reach the end of the game.
Big Tweed
( 3.7 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 19 giugno
Good game
Sarkoth
( 12.9 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 19 giugno
Overuse of Jedi powers, uninspired storyline, very short campaign. Good have been great, but sadly wasn't. Mechanics work a bit better than in the first game, but still not redeeming enough for a recommendation.
S-Domain
( 25.6 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 18 giugno
An awesome star wars game. Action packed with a lot of upgrades. Reminds me of the god of war series.

Just be sure to put the 60FPS exe in your force unleashed folder to get a good framerate which you can find here http://community.pcgamingwiki.com/files/file/506-star-wars-the-force-unleashed-12-fps-cap-fix/ . Also enable vsync in your nvidia or amd control panel for the game.
ZeroD
( 10.5 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 18 giugno
Brings back a lot of memories. This is a fun game with a story that picks up after the first one. There are a couple of bugs. but so far I've seen nothing gamebreaking.
Mercedes Benz
( 4.6 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 17 giugno
Simular but not as well written as the first one still fun and much easier then the 1st for sure

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Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II is the second instalment in the series. Being developed by Aspyr Media and published by Lucas Arts, taking place between the 3rd and 4th episodes of Star Wars. The game was released in October 2010 on PC, Xbox 360, PS3, Nintendo DS and the Wii.

The game continues the story of you playing Starkiller, a student of Darth Vadar. The gameplay is very much the same as the first game, but we have some new additions to his force abilities, such as Mind Tricks, allowing you to mind control enemies to either fleeing the fight or fighting on your side. The second new element is the ability to use Force Fury; which is basically you enraged form that allows you to go crazy with lighting fast light sabre hits, fancy flips and electric force shots and all sorts of craziness. The overall gameplay is essentially the same as the first game, though. Enemy fights throughout the level are very samey throughout your play through; with a few new enemies being added in which require a “rock paper scissors” way of thinking so only one of your abilities beat them, whilst the rest of virtually no damage. The boss fights in Unleashed II are a bit of a let down apart from the final scenes. Quick time events play a prominent part in any boss fight which is something I absolutely detest most of the time. It felt very cheap and showed a lack of innovation to force a key boss fight to be resolved by simply using quick time events. The only boss fight throughout the game that was anything at all compelling is the final fight with Darth Vader which is rather memorable in my opinion of being one of the better boss fights from the series so far.

The graphics are sadly very drab too; the low-quality textures and poor quality models ruin the game’s aesthetic. The game does have a few redeeming factors in that the special effects from lightning and the light sabres do look really good, though. The voice acting from the main characters just feel a little bit off; I couldn’t quite put my finger on what was different but it just felt very poorly executed in the final cut. Darth Vadar and Yoda have the best voice acting throughout but the main character, Starkiller just sounds so monotone that you’d find it a challenge to stay awake listening to him for any extended amount of time.

Difficulty wise, Unleashed II is easier than the first game; there are no challenging fights or platforming scenes, you can ramp up the difficulty at the start of the play through but the lack of being able to change this on the fly once you have started is disappointing. Like I said, boss fights usually conclude in quick time events and regular enemy fights are nothing other than a time filler as they offer no challenge what-so-ever. I finished the game in just under four hours; which is similar to the time it took me to finish the first game, so there has been no improvement made on the amount of content on offer. This was another huge disappointment for me as the story really could be explained and drawn out a little longer for the benefit of the player. You may be able to squeeze a second play throughout of this game but only if you didn’t finish the game the first time round on hard mode. There is a selection of collectables to find throughout the story mode which allows you to customize your light sabres colours but there isn’t really anything else other than that available.

The game is also riddled with technical problems. The main one being the frame rate is capped at 30. This is an absolute disgrace even though it was six years ago – don’t cap frame rates. Secondly is the huge amount of graphically tearing and no options are available for v-sync to fix it. I also had a number of crashes to desktop during my time playing too; these come just before you reach a save point on a level too which leaves you with the annoyance of having to replay the last checkpoint of the previous stage too. It’s also worth mentioning that I played the game completely using my 360 controllers, the mouse, and keyboard support is lacking so I wouldn’t even suggest trying them.

Sadly Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II is a poor excuse for the second instalment in this series. The first game is a country mile better and being a fan of Star Wars I was hugely disappointed with the overall production values on offer here as well as an extremely short experience. The technical problems and repetitive nature of the gameplay does the game no favours either. This game is nowhere near worth the price of £14.99 and it should not be recommended for anyone but hardcore fans of Star Wars, and even then it is with a huge caution.

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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An unfortunate sequel to a wonderful game. I now know why the 3rd one was canceled sadly. The game is too short, buggy, lines are repeated in boss fights after they were just said, the game is far too short, and the story is really more a side note to the original instead of being it's own. First time I met a game I honestly believed should have been just dlc. If you get it for cheap cheap it's alright but having a boss fight drag on for an hour to pad the game is rediculous.
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This game would be enjoyable if it was not $20 and it was the only game of the series. However, after playing the first game, I found this game rather disappointing. The story line was not very well laid out, the gameplay was rather jumpy and hard to control, and the game was very short. Much like everyone else, I really enjoyed the first game but this one does not live up to its hype. Unless you can get this game really cheap, I would not recommend it.
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Pubblicata: 6 giugno
This game is kinda meh, for about 6 hours. Then it's over. So the meh doesn't last too long at least. Definitely not a full game, definitely should've been a dlc, definitely not worth $20.
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Considering how awesome the first game in the series was, this was game was somewhat disappointing with how short it was. It felt more like an add-on than it's own game, and the story was a little confusing with the whole "clone" thing.
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Pubblicata: 7 giugno
Loved the first one. One of my fav star wars games. I went into this game wanting to love it, This seemed like it should have been an expansion to the first not the sequal. So short and lacking in so many ways... The last fight against Vader was so lack luster and repetitive i got bored half way into it. so dissapointing, It could have been so much more but they failed in what could have been a long running series of games. Very short sighted and sad,
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16.5 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 12 giugno
Great entertainment game!!! all Star Wars fans have to play it! The first force unleashed is better than this but this worth all the value
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6.0 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 28 giugno 2015
La maggiore varietà nelle Combo, le doppie spade laser e una migliore espressività dei protagonisti non riescono a bilanciare una trama scontata, una longevità risicatissima, ambientazioni monotone, pochi personaggi storici inseriti forzatamente e Boss Fight da espletare con Q.T.E

Il primo capitolo non era perfetto, tutt’altro, ma il fascino della saga e l’atmosfera -coadiuvata da alcune location intriganti- riusciva a divertire in un action immediato con un protagonista -per certi versi speculare rispetto ad Anakin Skywalker- capace di sprigionare un devastante e adrenalico potere del lato oscuro. C’era del potenziale insomma…stavolta non sfruttato bene, anzi riesumato forzatamente.
E’ tipico delle produzioni occidentali, soprattutto americane, il non riuscire a staccarsi da un personaggio; dobbiamo sempre avere un lieto fine, le vicende di Mass effect ne sono un chiaro esempio videoludico: i fan non vogliono uno Shepard sacrificato ed ecco il contentino col finale forzato ed aggiunto post produzione. Nei comics non è diverso, con personaggi ripresi, con tanto di nuove serie...negli States quando venne annunciata la morte di Capitan America ci furono cortei e zone allestite per un ultimo ricordo con foto e fiori…ok è un’altra società, ricca di eccessi…

Star Wars in sé racchiude semplici idee ma radicate profondamente nella nostra società arricchite da un lore che negli anni è andato ben oltre i primi schizzi di G. Lucas, rendendo la sua creazione epica e conosciuta in tutto il mondo. Ciò che mi ha sempre colpito della saga è il sapersi poggiare su un intelligente equilibrio tra fantasy e fantascienza. Il primo capitolo di Unleashed era completo, poteva terminare così, ma si è voluto riprendere ed incentrare questo secondo atto su un espediente -tipico più di produzioni sci-fi- per scivolare poi sullo scontato salvataggio della bella di turno…

Trama: Sembrerebbe che Darth Vader sfruttando la tecnologia della fabbrica dei cloni, sul pianeta Kamino, stia generando un nuovo Starkiller 2.0, modificando il genoma di Galen Marek, affinchè non cada nelle debolezze delle emozioni dell’originale; dimostrandosi più servizievole…ma qualcosa non quadra: ha ereditato anche i ricordi del primo Starkiller ? O è proprio lui? Non vi svelo nulla, ma sappiate che questo incipit non viene adeguatamente sostenuto col proseguo, sbiadendo inesorabilmente. Non migliora il più ampio piano socio-politico, abbiamo: da un lato i ribelli lanciati nel rovesciare l'Impero, ma privati della direzione delle operazioni militari dal catturato cavaliere Jedi Kota; dall’altro lato il disegno di Darth Vader pronto a dar vita all’ennesimo tradimento verso il suo maestro.
Poi però il castello, seppur di carta, crolla miserabilmente con la virata verso il più classico clichè fiabesco: salvare l’amata (da lui o dall’originale Galen?) Juno; mettendo egoisticamente da parte le “emozionanti e tumultuose” vicende della galassia.

Gameplay: è la componente più riuscita, fintanto che non incontrate i Boss.
Quick Time Event: spesso odiate, personalmente non disdegno queste fasi, purchè poche e limitate a mò di raccordo tra le vicende; dovrebbe essere questa, al più, la loro unica funzione. Spesso risultano essere belle da vedere, ma costituiscono l’antitesi dell’abilità e della competizione. Come si può pensare che i Q.T.E. siano divertenti per vincere un duro scontro è un mistero che gli sviluppatori devono ancora spiegarci…probabilmente è una di quelle iniziative del reparto marketing basato su “illustri” ricerche di mercato…
Eccoci dunque, nella formula del predecessore, a sbloccare i potenziamenti tramite Punti Esperienza; anche stavolta possiamo: sollevare pesanti oggetti o avversari e scagliarli contro altri nemici o nel vuoto, sfruttare la potente onda d’urto, sprigionare fulmini, lanciare la spada laser…combinando poi queste abilità con lo scatto e la parata otterremo combo micidiali. A queste tecniche si affiancano delle interessanti nuove possibilità, come la doppia spada laser e finalmente la Dominazione mentale Sith: capace di far suicidare o combattere fra di loro, le unità più deboli.

I.A: siamo lontani dalla sfida partorita con i cavalieri jedi (del capitolo precedente) i cui pattern d’attacco unici erano stimolanti; qui gli scontri sono più semplici mentre i puzzle cavalcano la stessa falsa riga dei precedenti. La diversificazione dei nemici è ridotta all’osso; e lo sbilanciamneto delle tecniche a nostra disposizione, sin da subito, fanno scivolare celermente la seconda parte senza affezioni.

Longevità: di norma non mi lamento mai di questo aspetto, ritengo che se tutto il pacchetto funziona: che la storia duri poche ore o un centinaio non intacchi il valore complessivo. Ma qui ci troviamo dinanzi a un gioco tripla A, con 5 ore di gioco di cui la metà sono filmati…è oggettivamente un valore troppo basso, accompagnato da troppe debolezze.

Comparto grafico: location tecnicamente valide: buone texture e numero di poligoni. Ma artisticamente monotone, riciclate e prive di empatia: con tutti i pianeti della saga a disposizione, questa è stata una grande occasione sprecata per calcare zone intriganti e conoscere personaggi carismatici. Le riprese delle cut-scene invece sono come sempre di ottima fattura, in pieno stile hollywoodiano.

Comparto tecnico: ottime le animazioni, fluide e realistiche. Buono il sistema d’illuminazione. Ora i controlli sono più precisi; la telecamera seppur rivista, risulta ancora, in alcuni casi, non sempre intelligentemente posizionata. Sono presenti marcate compenetrazioni poligonali e un leggero tearing. Resta buona la gestione della fisica: con lamiere da accartocciare e oggetti mastodontici da muovere come fossero piume grazie all’uso della forza.

Comparto audio: doppiaggio in linea col precedente. Ottime come sempre le musiche.
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6.9 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 12 maggio 2015
Un sequel davvero poco ispirato. Certo, mette a posto i due più grossi problemi visti nel primo capitolo: qui la grafica è ottima, sono presenti opzioni degne di un pc e la telecamera funziona sempre bene.
Però questo gioco è troppo corto, con un level design minimale (è infatti sparita la mini-mappa presente nel primo...semplicemente ora non serve più), non ci sono più le abilità passive, il sistema di crescita del personaggio è confusionario, c'è solo un nuovo potere (il controllo mentale) e il sistema di combo è identico al prequel (nonostate qui si usano 2 spade contemporaneamente) e per di più le mosse sono già tutte disponibile o quasi. Anche l'esplorazione dei livelli è ora banale.
Un pessimo tentativo di mungere il franchise con un giochetto. Assolutamente da dimenticare.
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4.8 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 4 maggio 2015
Breve. Molto breve.
E pure buggato in alcuni punti.
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