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I could hardly concentrate at work today because I knew once I got off work, I would be driving to EBGames close to my home for a copy of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed and will look at the best of slots gaming online Indonesia. Ever since I tried out the demo. I could not get it off my mind. One reason because I have hardly played any Star Wars related games prior to the release of this game. Although I was really close to getting Lego Star Wars I didn’t in the end. That’s why I love downloadable content so much because you can actually try out the games before you buy it. And a lot of the games that I like happen to offer demos.

But did the game live up to my expectations?

Graphics  Audio

The graphics are amazing and I have mentioned that in my demo review already. But with the demo, you could only see so much since it was only part of a level. The voice-over and lip-synching are much more lifelike comparing to other games with dialogues. One thing I forgot to mention from my demo review is that the environments really give you the impression that you are within something massive like when you are inside the hangar or deep inside the ship’s core. And since so many people asked, no this game does NOT support 1080p full HD output, unfortunately. It would be nice if it was though obviously. And as for audio, I’m no expert but I like the sound effects, especially the lasers and when you are killing enemies with your beam saber. The sound effects are really movie-like. I have not encountered any missing audio yet as reported by Gametrailers.com. It did mention missing audio in the ending though. That would be such a turn-off!

Gameplay Controls

With the EMM engine controlling what materials to use for creating each object, the Havok controlling the objects’ movements and finally the last engine, the Euphoria engine determining how enemies react to their environments. The combined effect of the three physics engines really created a realistic experience. For example, watch closely when you Force Grip an enemy, if he is close to some crates, he will actually try and hold on to it. I think little details like this really add to over gaming experience. I have not encountered any clipping problems so far reported by Gametrailers and I hope I do not. The game is also somewhat on the short side as well with only 9 missions.

Controls are pretty straight forward if you have played other action games before it will take you no time to get used to the figure out which button is for what purpose. When fighting bosses, you will finish them by following a set of buttons much like in Heavenly Sword. Overall you will go through each level killing enemies with a few different combo moves, and the hack and slash may bore some players after a while. It quickly turns into a level grinding fest like an RPG game when trying to level (power) up your three forces – Force Lightning, Force Grip, and Force Push. The forces do provide hours of excitement but after that, they become just a bunch of weapons. And did I mention there’s no online gameplay?

Final verdict

After all the hype generated over the years, I can assume this game will be a must for hardcore Star Wars fans. Those that are into third-person action like Devil May cry may also find this game entertaining. But for how long? That really depends on how fast you get bored of repetitive gameplay with no online component. In my opinion, it’s another game that didn’t quite live up to the hype generated, unfortunately. At least it’s good for a rental game.7.5/10