"Star Wars: The Force Unleashed project lead Haden Blackman is talking of the painful restrictions that a Teen rating imposes during his lecture at the Game Developers Conference."
this game is gonna be sick regardless
this game doesn't make any sense in Star wars world.
The guy uses the force to pull a ship into the ground....right.
The gameplay is what matters and so far it looks amazingly fun. I can't wait to play it.
This game is already so amazing but can you imagine how insanely awesome it would have been if it had ditched the T rating and had gone for a hard M? Lightsaber cutting arms and bodies, crushing the guards with heavy objects and turning them into bloody pulps...
I can't believe a game like Halo with a little blood splatter and no decapitation gets the same rating as something like Ninja Gaiden 2.
They need to split up the M rating, and give these devs a little more room. IMHO.
Well said proxy. kinda like pg-13 vs r . There should be M and M13?
"Using the internally-developed Ronin engine, it was a long slog to get the game working from a technical standpoint. A typical culprit was named."
"It really turned out to be a long, slow battle to get everything working on PS3."
There is the PS3 causing problems with developers again. If this game suffer's we know the "typical culprit". It's a shame dev's can't spend more time on the actual game instead of having to spend all that time just getting it to run on the PS3.
Jedi knight outcast had a code that made it so you could chop the people into little bits with your lightsaber. There was no blood but you could chop off their heads, arms, legs, feet, hands etc, all with one touch. It was awsome and it would be so cool to see something like this in this game but it wont happen. too bad
im waiting for the wii version.
...and the psfanboys are avoiding this story since they are running out of ammo after being slammed yet again.
How do psfanboys come up with half the crap they type around here is beyond me when the undisputable facts are RIGHT IN THEIR FACE.
360 > ps3
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