La saga de Star Wars® continúa con Star Wars®: The Force Unleashed™ II, la esperada secuela del juego de Star Wars que más rápido se ha vendido en la historia.
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Comprar Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II

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

 

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La saga de Star Wars® continúa con Star Wars®: The Force Unleashed™ II, la esperada secuela del juego de Star Wars más exitoso. En Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, el mundo conoció al (ahora fugitivo) aprendiz de Darth Vader, Starkiller: el atípico héroe que encendería la llama de la rebelión en una galaxia que necesita desesperadamente un defensor.

En esta secuela, Starkiller regresa con desmesurados poderes de la Fuerza y se embarca en un viaje para descubrir su identidad y reunirse con su verdadero amor, Juno Eclipse. En Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II, Starkiller vuelve a ser el peón de Darth Vader, pero en lugar de entrenar a su protegido para ser un implacable asesino, el Lord oscuro está intentando clonar a su antiguo aprendiz para crear el guerrero Sith definitivo. La persecución ha comenzado: Starkiller buscará a Juno mientras Darth Vader intenta darle caza.

Con nuevos y devastadores poderes de la Fuerza y la habilidad de empuñar un sable láser doble, Starkiller se abrirá camino a través de mortíferos enemigos en los fascinantes mundos de las películas de Star Wars, mientras busca desesperadamente respuestas a su pasado.

Características principales:
  • Continúa el viaje galáctico de Starkiller, el aprendiz prófugo de Darth Vader, que atará los cabos entre los acontecimientos de Star Wars: Episodio III y Episodio IV.
  • Desata la Fuerza con más poder y precisión a través de unos controles mejorados y poderes nuevos, como el engañoso Truco Mental, que vuelve a tus enemigos contra sus aliados.
  • Descubre el auténtico poder de Starkiller con la Furia de la Fuerza, en la que sus ataques y poderes se incrementan de manera exponencial.
  • El sistema de selección de objetivos mejorado aumenta la precisión al usar los poderes de la Fuerza y la interacción con el entorno y los puzles.
  • Lleva el combate al siguiente nivel gracias a la habilidad de empuñar un sable láser doble y castiga a tus enemigos con nuevos combos.
  • Experimenta la interacción más realista con el motor físico Digital Molecular Matter (DMM) de Pixelux Entertainment, unido al motor de animación Euphoria de Natural Motion Ltd y el potente sistema Havok Physics.
  • Opciones de personalización ampliadas, como nuevos trajes o cristales para mejorar los poderes de los sables láser.
  • Lucha a través de novedosos y desafiantes niveles diseñados para ponerte a prueba y perfeccionar tus habilidades de lucha y poderes de la Fuerza.
  • Utiliza de manera hábil tus técnicas de combate para derrotar a una gran variedad de nuevos enemigos, culminando en épicas batallas finales.
  • Sumérgete una vez más en la historia que fue galardonada con premios del Gremio de Escritores de América y la Academia de las Artes y las Ciencias Interactivas.

Requisitos del sistema

    Mínimo:
    • SO: Windows XP SP3 / Windows Vista® SP2 / Windows 7
    • Procesador: Intel Core 2 Duo a 2.4 GHz o AMD Athlon X2 a 5200+
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM (XP / Vista / 7)
    • Disco Duro: 10 GB de espacio libre + 1 GB para el archivo de intercambio
    • Gráficos: 256 MB de VRAM con soporte para Shader 3.0; ATI Radeon HD 2600 / NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT
    • Sonido: Dispositivo 100% compatible con DirectX 9.0c
    • Direct®: DirectX 9.0c (Marzo de 2009)
    Recomendado:
    • Procesador: Intel Core 2 Duo a 2.8 GHz o AMD Athlon X2 a 6000+
    • Gráficos: ATI Radeon HD 4800 / NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260
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Un juego de Star Wars con muchos votos negativos, algunos por que no les gusto la historia, otro por la jugabilidad, etc.
Ami en lo personal me parece una perfecta secuela del The force unleashed 1, sigue la historia muy bien y en parte su jugabilidad.

Los escenarios de este juegos son perfectos, más los hermosos gráficos a pesar de ser de 2009, los distintos trajes son hermosos y que los sables lasers tengan distintas habilidades es perfecto.

El juego tiene un par de bugs (Lugares que por ahi estan pero no lo estan) o un par de fastidios por que te meten 900 enemigos pero no es nada de que preocuparte, si sos un gran fan de Star Wars vas a disfrutar CUALQUIER COSA que tenga este o como otros juegos de la saga.

Simplemente este juego es buenisimo, si queres pasar un par de horas jugandolo Compralo.
(La historia no me la esperaba :o)
Nota: 9.8/10
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Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II is a third-person fighting game from LucasArts. Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II is a sequel to the first game Star Wars: The Force Unleashed.

Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II has quite similar but enhanced gameplay from the previous game, yet I think its kinda simplified a bit too. Still good, you get to use the lightsaber and swing it on stormtroopers or AT-ST. But the whole story, the chapter is too short and I think it's somewhat repetitive. Using the same key combo to finish AT-ST and their kind, the boss fight, it's kinda boring. The challenge is not a good addition too for me. It's good to swing lightsaber on many stormtroopers, using force lightning and all, but the repetitive level kinda ruin it all.

The graphics of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II is good, great in fact, if only the gameplay are that good too. The frame rate are good, no lags so smooth and the textures are beautiful. But the game is not stable as sometimes the game like to crash to desktop, especially on newer operating system. But the compatibility mode should help.

Overall, Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II is an average sequel, not bad but not that good too. The story is good, but too short. I recommend this if you're Star Wars fan like me.

Rating 6/10
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This game is 4 years old now, and I believe it is time for a new review. My standards for review scores are 10 starting points, and -1 point for everything done wrong. Before I continue, I need to state that I am not biased towards any particular gaming company or extended universe/lore. I review the game as it should be reviewed -- as a time waster. Things done right in this game are below:

Great Graphics

Lightsaber Combat and Force Powers Done Right

Many Customization Options (Including several costumes [Just for aesthetics] and many lightsaber crystals which give you different upgrades)

The game has done a good job with capturing the atmosphere of the environments, especially Kamino

Things done wrong are below:

The Story is atrocious, no debate. And with the story being a major point of any game, an extra point is taken off. -2 points.

The player character is a mix of blandness and unoriginality, however, at times, you can feel like an indestructible god, choosing who lives and who dies which provides a fun experience. Not enough to keep a point, however, so -1 point.

Finally, Quick Time Events (QTE's) are abundant, and repetitive. -1 more point.

The final score for this game is: 6/10. While being a good Star Wars game, it still has enough flaws to put it at an average rating. In my opinion, if you haven't gotten this game yet, get it. Even though it doesn't have the highest rating, it can still be a lot of fun if you don't play a game for the story, but to waste time and have fun.
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This game is really more of an animated star wars movie where you control all the (lengthy) fight scenes. As long as you don't expect it to last too much longer than a movie, you wont be disappointed. What it (still) does really well is make you feel very powerful. You're a true master of the force having awesome powers, and it feels great.
Seeing as you can complete it so quickly, I'd get it in a sale or something. It was pretty much a rip off at the launch price, but now for 5 bucks or so, it's good for a few evenings of good fun.
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So you're looking down in the reviews seeing a mixed reaction to this game. Well, there's some stuff to like and some stuff to dislike about this game.
Pros:
- Story is good! It was an enjoyable ride.
- Graphics are really good!
- The combat feels good and isn't a pain in the butt to do.

Cons:
- It's a short game. You'll be lucky to get over 10 hours after the first run through (I played it twice).
- While the combat feels good, it's also repetitive. Same with many of the boss fights. During the game, you'll probably master how to beat most of the enemies within the first hour or two.

So if you're a fan of Star Wars, and you're up for a cool, short adventure, I highly advise that you grab this game in a sale!
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I had to write a new an updated review about this game. I had only played 20 minutes of the game on pc since I never got it to run at over 30 frames per second. That is now something of the past. There is a crack that unlocks the game to be played at 60 fps or over with the steam game. Just look for it on Google!

Since the Humble bundle sale there has been a large amount of bad reviews of this games some people not being able to run it at over 30 or not run it at all. Problems with the cutscenes etc.

I installed the 60 fps unlock and played this game nonstop without any problem at all. Not one cutscene was less than 1080 quality and the game ran perfectly from beginning to end. The crack for the unlock might appear as a virus but that is also fake. The file is fine!

I 100% recommend playing this with a gamepad!!

Now to the game.

I only had played the first forced unleashed (at 30 and with a keyboard and mouse) and loved it. This game TFU2 has everything improved. The controls are way tighter and respond top and the game just runs overall better.

I played the game and it took me about 11 hours to finish it. I played it on normal dificulty and must have died maybe once or twice in a level. Maybe sometimes even more. I have read the game clocks 4 hours. That is impossible!
Maybe playing it with cheats and on padawan. I went for all the upgrades and played at a normal pace.

The graphics of this game are really amazing. everything looks super polished and the effects of this game are really over the top awesome. You can use the force in ways you have never seen.

The music is really amazing because we have john williams score from episode 4.5and 6 and it was edited perfectly to fit to the story. The story is not the best but we cant really say any Star Wars story is a oscarworthy material. Its Star Wars and we love it!

The gamplay can get somewhat repetative but in the 11 hours I never got sick of the crazy things I could pull off with my character. I recomend doing the challenges to learn some crazy ♥♥♥ movements and do them in the story. This game plays like your typical God of War, Devil May Cry over the top hack n slash.

The game is great fun and should be highly enjoyed if you grew up with Star Wars.


I give this game a 9/10 since its originally locked at 30. But overall this game is truly amazing and wont dissapoint.
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In a few ways, TFU2 is a better game than it's predecessor - it has smoother gameplay, much better visuals, and a MUCH smoother menu system. It's also not quite as buggy as the first game, and despite having a horrendous release in 2010, it has been tightened up enough to seem quite polished in some ways. However, whilst the first game's weaknesses are this game's strengths, the strengths of the first are the weaknesses of this one.

Most importantly, the story is at best lazy and at worst insulting. Instead of attempting the further the overall Star Wars narrative as the first game did, TFU2's story is a blatantly lazy attempt at reusing the established protagonist, in effect retconning the ending of the first game under a ridiculous premise, and nonsensically undoing all the traits of the character that made him such a joy to watch in the first place. So, much like the prequel trilogy, TFU2 retroactively downgrades the story arc of a great character and subsequently devalues the first game by convincing us that the character isn't as great as we thought. And before anyone decides to throw the 'clone' nonsense out there - regardless of the cheap trick the writers have used, it's the same character.

And I suppose some could say 'what does it matter' now that the games' stories are no longer considered canon, but to that I say that despite all the flaws of TFU, its story was compelling enough to make it greater than the sum of its parts, whereas I found myself repeatedly failing to find the motivation to complete TFU2.

This, coupled with the fact that the QTE's require so little effort or skill it's a wonder that they were implimented at all, and the repetition of certain gameplay elements, makes TFU2 definitively a worse overall experience, and a real disappointment if you, like me, were expecting innovation and expansion upon a title that had great potential.

TFU2 is fun, in ways. But it's not a deep game, and it's rarely a stimulating experience. It's one of those sequels in which it's immediately obvious that the company was cashing in on the financial success of a previous successful titles. It doesn't need to exist, and it brings few improvements of great worth to the table. If you just can't get enough of TFU, and are looking for more sword-swinging, force-slinging action, then TFU2 has that in spades. But beyond the graphical improvements and various intuitive tweaks to the gameplay, there's not a lot here to recommend spending your hard-earned cash on.
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This is quite possibly the worst game I've played this year.

The game itself contains approximately half an hour of actual gameplay; its "longevity" comes in unashamedly repeating itself over, and over, and over, and over again. This is the pinnacle of minimalistic game development, where so atrociously little effort has gone into creating anything with an ounce of creativity -- just copy-pasted sequences mixed in with painful quicktime events followed by more copy-paste.

Just to give you an idea of what I mean by mind-numbing repititon, this is how the "final, epic battle" with Darth Vader actually played out.

You begin by battling him on a platform, your only recourse is spamming lightsaber attacks as he auto-deflects force powers.

Once you eventually hurt him enough, a quicktime event will occur. Upon successful completion, Vader will jump to another platform, summoning some mini-clones of you, 10 or so in total, for you to fight. When you're done, you jump to his new platform.

And then you repeat, lightsaber-attacking him until he takes enough damage to trigger the quicktime event, which is identical to the previous. When you finish, Vader jumps to another platform, and again, 10 mini-clones appear for you to fight. When you're done, you jump to Vader's platform.

And again you "battle" him until taking enough of his health to trigger *the exact same quicktime event*. Upon completion, as before, he jumps to a different platform, and 10 mini-clones appear for you to fight.

This went on and on and on 4 times before I finally gave up, as I felt my soul being drained, physically, from my body. Whatever mindless, empty husk of a person created this game has my infinite pity; I can only imagine what kind of horrible life they must lead, being so absolutely bereft of depth and creativity.

I will not play this game again, and I heartily recommend anyone with a shred of self-respect steer very, very clear.
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As a star wars fan I liked it, however the first game was more fun for me and with more content. The second game was quick to beat, I did it in like 6 hours or less playing casually. I wouldn't buy it without my love of star wars I guess it can be somewhat considered as a "crappy" game but i'm glad I got the chance to go through it.
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Extremeley Short game but while you are playing its really fun. Its one of those third person slashers, you get maybe a whole day or two of fun then its done and basically never touch it again. If its on sale i reccomend it...But i would strongly reccomend buying the first one as well and u should have a weekend of awesome star wars fun.
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"SWTFU2 has stopped working" sums up this experience pretty well.
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Well, where should I start?
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II is a direct sequel of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed. (Pretty obvious, right?)
I won't go into details about the story in order to avoid potential spoilers in case you're interested in buying this game. But, I'll just say that, although linear, it's pretty solid and not as bad as some people say. I'm a huge Star Wars fan and I really enjoyed it. After finishing TFU, I was wondering if the story could continue and TFU2 surprised me a lot, giving me some hours of fun.
Let's start with the review, shall we?
First of all, do not pay attention to the people that often speak bad things about this game. But, just in case, I'll take in consideration some points that most people complained about
Yes, is a pretty short game. Yes, it has abundant and repetitive QTE's (Quick Time Events). Yes, it's not a flawless port. Yes, it may be somewhat easy if you managed to finish the first game in Sith Master difficulty.

But, let's look at the bright side. I have actually enjoyed the game.
The gameplay of the game is very similar to the previous one, but instead of one lightsaber, now you have two. It's still a great Hack N' Slash, indeed. New enemies, new threats, new combos and the possibility to test your abilites with the Challenge mode (Once you win a challenge, you unlock videos that give more information about the story).
Despite that the port was not something out of this world, the graphics are beautiful and the evironments are beautifully crafted, recreating a gorgeous Star Wars atmosphere.
As I've said before, I'm a big fan of the Star Wars universe and the replayability comes from two sides. Firstly, if you're interested in test your ability in Unleashed mode and secondly, if you enjoyed the story and would like to experience a different ending.
If you ask me what I dislike the most about this game, I'll tell you two things. First, that the Endor DLC is only available for consoles. And, last but not least, the lack of achievements. I like to test myself with the achievements and, also, they enlong the playability of the game.

Do you want my honest opinion? It's a good game, there's no doubt about that. But, perhaps you would like to wait until it's on sale.
On the other hand, if you're a big Star Wars fun, wait no more and buy it right now. The fun is guaranteed.
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Pros:
-Force powers make you feel empowered
-Graphically good looking

Cons:
-5 hour stroy
-The plot reminded me of swiss cheese becasue of all the holes
-Combat does not change from the beginnig to the end
-Overuse of QTE
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-100% linear story
-buggy as hell
-repetitive
-cartoony

Buy the first instead
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It took me 4 hours to finish the game on hard difficulty. Four ♥♥♥♥ing hours. I've watched movies that are as long as that. Taking the QTE sequences and cinematics away, this game must have around 3 hours of gameplay. No game as short as that is worth buying, it doesn't matter if the gameplay is fun, which, trust me, it is.

If you really must play this game, you know where to get it for free. The developers don't deserve your money.
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Great fun, good game a bit glitchy, but a great game
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Ok, I'm only two hours into the game and I already can't deal with it. The game just repeats the same mundane tasks over, and over again. Starkiller's voice makes me want to shoot someone. The cliche love story. This COULD have been an amazing Star Wars game, but the designers just didn't do what they did with the first one. The combat system is great in this game, but all the mundane tasks and litle variety of enemies per level...not to mention the quick-time events. The icons for the button you need to press is barely visable at times, which ruins the events. There's just so much wrong with this game compared to the first one. The only reason I'm recommending this game is because of the combat system, which I don't even think that's a good reason to recommend this game.

In comparison to the first game, at least the ports I've played of the first game, it lacks in what you can do with the lightsabers. In the Wii port of the game you could replace the lightsaber hilts, and I was hoping to see that in this game. While that didn't appear the dual blades did make up for it. In the PC port for the first game you don't get to customize your hilt, but you do get crashes. This game, surprisingly, crashes a lot less than the first one,

Final Rating?
5.5/10

"It's not bad, but it's not good either..." ~Game Dev Tycoon
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I've loved Star Wars since I was very young and, to be honest, I find it hard to dislike any of it. I actually really liked this game. Awesome graphics, cool force powers, nice cutscenes, etc. This has been said before, but the game was rather short. I agree with that. I feel like this game was rushed in that aspect. So, here are some pros and cons:

PROS
-Great story
-Nice graphics
-Cinematics were high quality
-Fun gameplay

CONS
-Very short
-Glitches, crashes (It didn't crash for me, but I saw that it happened to a lot of people)

To enhance your experience in this game, I'd suggest playing at higher difficulties and learning more combos. Using the same few powers a lot can become boring (like just using lightning and push). Try out the challenges if you want as well. Maybe even read the stuff in the codex if you're into the lore.

This is just my opinion, and I know that many would not recommend it like I am. I have a soft spot for anything Star Wars, as mentioned before, and I find it hard to dislike its content.
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Good game overall. It's also fun to play whenever you're bored out of your mind.
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Force Unleashed 1 was a pretty decent action game, but it had clear issues in both the gameplay and porting department. This game froze multiple times, failed to load its own ui, had a 30 fps cap, and tons of graphical glitches. This is a ♥♥♥♥ port hands down.

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