Star Wars: Force Unleashed is more than just a video game; it’s another chapter in the epic tale.
Feeling the force flow through you? Unleash it on the environment. With the new engines, enemies will fight circumstances to stay alive, and objects and matter will bend, break and move with more realism than ever.
Set between episode III Revenge of the Sith and episode IV A New Hope of the Star Wars saga, Star Wars: Force Unleashed is more than just a video game; it’s another chapter in the epic tale. Star Wars: Force Unleased introduces all new realism by incorporating Euphoria and the Digital Molecular Matter (DMM) engine, as well as the Havok physics engine. Following are some artistic renditions of the game’s imaginative world and some hints at the player’s destructive powers.
Not unlike his master, the player’s character finds himself influenced by the love of a woman named Juno Eclipse. The story offers multiple endings with different morality paths.
A source of inspiration, conceptual art gives the designers imaginative ideas to play with and work on.
Sent to eradicate the remaining Jedi, players are put in control of Darth Vader’s secret apprentice.
The bigger they are, the harder they fall.
Old creatures take on new roles
Star Wars: Force Unleashed takes the player into new worlds from the Wookiee homeworld Kashyyyk to the junk planet Raxus Prime.
With the three engines, LucasArts say players will no longer force push enemies into walls, but through the wall.
The game offers new characters to work with and battle against, including rogue Jedi, but throws in plenty of old favourites.
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