PSX Extreme writes: "There once was a time when most Star Wars games just weren't any good. There were the occasional blips on the radar ages ago, but the majority of Star Wars videogames weren't received very well; some in fact, have appeared in "Worst Ever" lists, such as Masters of Teras Kasi. Thankfully, the PlayStation 2, GameCube, and especially the Xbox, have given us some of the finest Star Wars games, such as the Rogue Squadron games (GameCube), Knights of the Old Republic (Xbox), and the Starfighter games (PlayStation 2). We also have the very cool Lego Star Wars franchise, which may not be everyone's cup of tea, but they're still pretty solid.
Now there's the much anticipated Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, a game that prides itself on utilizing multiple engines to perform a number of different tasks. We detailed those engines in our hands-off preview, but now we're going hands-on with this all new Star Wars and our feelings are mixed. There's a ton of potential, but something's missing."