NowGamer: LucasArts has given us the first exclusive peek at its Star Wars sequel...
Move dominate this.
Sony's Wiimote copycat?
No I mean Nintendo's wiimote done right.
don't be such a fanboy Zerodin lol nothing is original now a days.
Just imagine playing this with Move. Much better gameplay.
I really liked the first one. I know it was a bit twitchy and had some glitches, but it was extremely fun.
agreed, this one has multiplayer. fuck knows how thats going to work!
Oh really? How would I go about contacting this "fuck" guy because I would like to know as well :/ I wonder how Starkiller would do force lighting though, because he is holding two lightsabers.
Fuck knows all
*SPOILER ALERT* i thought this guy died at the end of the first game.
Dark Side - Not dead, but serving Palpatine as a half-robotic guy like Darth Vader (not likely the path used for the sequel considering how you are now very disfigured like Darth Vader and reliant on robotic parts) Light Side - Left at the feet of Darth Vader, assumed dead. Never verified.
Looks mega sweet! I absolutely loved the first part, never understood why the reviews made it look mediocre. This game will rock!
I enjoyed the story of the first. The gameplay was good, but it had some frustrating moments. Hopefully this game will improve on all of that.
....and cookies please
You mean Wookies?
looks pretty damn good so far. buff the lightsaber please, i want a saber not a baton.
Loved the first one ! Can't wait to see what has been improved on this
Looking forward to Force unleashed II. Can't wait either. I hope they sell a decent special edition of the game
So his lightsaber's are blue. Does this mean he survived the light ending and is now serving the rebel alliance?
this looks more interesting than the first now they made the game harder with a small screen. seriously could these screens get any smaller.
this game needs to be more like Red Steel 2
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