Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
|Star Wars: The Force Unleashed|
|Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, PlayStation Portable, Nintendo DS, N-Gage 2.0 and PlayStation 2|
|European Release Date(s)|
|September 18, 2008|
|North American Release Date(s)|
|September 19, 2008|
|Australian Release Date(s)|
|September 16, 2008|
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Star Wars: The Force Unleashed is a multimedia project developed and published by LucasArts Released September 16, 2008 and was made for Xbox 360,PlayStation 3,Wii,Nintendo DS and also the iPhone and PSP.Other project developers and publishers for The Force Unleashed include Dark Horse Comics, Lego, Hasbro, and Del Rey Books.The game is set between episode 3 and 4 and follows Darth Vaders secret apprentice named Galen Marek (codename: Starkiller). The Game is much More focused on Force Powers then previous Star wars games letting the player combine Force powers Like never before such as Empowering your light saber with Force Lightning.
Development[edit | edit source]
The 20 to 25 early concepts included making the game the third entry in the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic series, or to have the character play as a Wookiee "superhero," Darth Maul, a bounty hunter, a smuggler, or "the last Skywalker". In April 2005, after "several months" of planning, the LucasArts team received Star Wars creator George Lucas' encouragement to create a game centered on Darth Vader's secret apprentice in the period between Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith and Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, "trying to draw the two trilogies together".
Krome Studios is developing the PS2, PSP and Wii versions of The Force Unleashed, while n-Space is developing the Nintendo DS version. LucasArts opted not to develop a personal computer version of The Force Unleashed, because doing the game well would be too processor-intensive for typical computers. Some gameplay elements were not ported to all platforms because of each platform's differing features—for example, the Wii's "social experience" led to the design of that version's two-player duel mode.
The Force Unleashed is the first game on which LucasArts and Industrial Light and Magic have worked since they both relocated to the Letterman Digital Arts Center. Development of the Xbox 360 version came first; PlayStation 3 development started when the production team had enough development kits. The game is based around LucasArts' proprietary "Ronin" game engine but also integrates third-party technology: Havok for rigid body physics, Pixelux Entertainment's "Digital Molecular Matter" (DMM) for dynamically destructible objects, and NaturalMotion's Euphoria for character animation and artificial intelligence.
To give the game a more cinematic presentation, intended to make players think they are "actually, finally, in a Star Wars movie," developers used face- and motion-capture equipment during stage actors' voice and physical performances of their lines. Mark Griskey, who composed the music for Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II, composed TFU's score. LucasArts music supervisor Jesse Harlin said the music matches the game's themes of redemption and bridging the gap between Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope; said Harlin:
|“||We had to make sure that the game’s score started off rooted within the Prequel Trilogy feel of ethnic percussion and sweeping themes that spoke to the nobility and grandeur of the old Jedi Order. As the game progresses, however, the Empire gains more control, the Jedi are hunted, and the ordered control of the Prequels gives way to the more romantic temperament of the Original Trilogy.||„|
The game's soundtrack will include material composed by John Williams for the films in addition to material created specifically for The Force Unleashed. The 90-minute soundtrack was recorded by the Skywalker Symphony Orchestra and mixed at Skywalker Sound in September and October 2007.
Characters[edit | edit source]
General Rahm Kota[edit | edit source]
An old veteran from the Clone Wars, General Kota thought that clone soldiers were unfit for battle so he used his own unit instead. When Order 66 happened, he managed to escape into hiding. After 17 years of hiding he returned and started attacking critical Imperial targets in order to lure Darth Vader to him. Instead, Vader sent his new apprentice who defeated Kota and threw him to Nar Shadda from the sky. Kota survived and with the help of Senator Organa, he smuggled himself to Bespin. Kota is played by Cully Fredericksen
Darth Vader[edit | edit source]
Starkiller's master, who discovers Starkiller as a child and raised him.In addition to dispatching Starkiller to kill the remaining Jedi, Vader also presents plans to unite with Starkiller to overthrow the Emperor, although There are Some Twist that play out in the story line Darthvader is played by Matt Sloan.
Juno Eclipse[edit | edit source]
Pilot of the Empire. Juno Eclipse Helps Starkiller By flying him to his next mission and is Starkillers Romantic interest she Pilots the Ship Rogue Shadow.
Bail Organa[edit | edit source]
An old ally to the Jedi order and Friend of General Kota His wealth funded the Rebel alliance and was one of the key member that started it in the Force unleashed he was a Galactic Senator from Alderaan and Leia Organa's adoptive father and played by Jimmy Smits He is one of the Most influential Senators in the Galaxy.
Maris Brood[edit | edit source]
A Zabrak Survivor of the Great Jedi Purge and Shaak Ti's apprentice.
Shaak Ti[edit | edit source]
One of the last Remaining Jedi masters and Jedi High Council also master of Maris Brood and taught the local populace of Felucia in the ways of the Force and Organized them in to a army
Trivia[edit | edit source]
On Raxus Prime, there is a ship sticking out of the ruble that looks like the Millenium Falcon.
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