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Submitted by ppazuzu 1408d ago | news

Playable "Deak Starkiller" In Force Unleashed II Collector's Ed

LucasArts has revealed a little more detail about the contents of its Force Unleashed II Collector's Edition; namely, the inclusion of Deak Starkiller as a playable character.

Despite having what can only be described as a very silly name indeed, Deak has some Star Wars pedigree. He was, apparently, the younger brother of Annikin Starkiller (before that name became Skywalker) in George Lucas' infamously strange rough draft of Star Wars. In a later draft, he became Luke Starkiller/Skywalker's older brother. (PC, PS3, Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2, Wii, Xbox 360)

N4BmpS  +   1408d ago
Well that's interesting.
lpfisher  +   1408d ago
Well toodly-doo...
Eiffel  +   1408d ago
..doodily doo ding dong doodily doodily doo...
Evildoomnerd  +   1408d ago
Nathan Explosion...
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