Developers of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed Discuss Differences Among Consoles

LucasArts has unveiled a brand new behind-the-scenes documentary for Star Wars: The Force Unleashed. In this video, the developers talk about how they tried to make the game unique for each platform it was developed for. As such, you’ll of course be swinging the remote and nunchuk for the Wii version, which the developers say will make you feel more like you’re actually in control of the lightsaber (though I’m betting you’ll still just be flailing your arms wildly at times). The DS version will have you tapping different lightsaber moves to string together combos, plus a few multiplayer modes. Also, the PS2 version will have a bonus level, while the PSP version will have a “Historic Mode,” where you can recreate major battles from the films. Hopefully they won’t forget to throw in some cool stuff for the many, many Xbox 360 and PS3 owners out there.

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3 Comments on Developers of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed Discuss Differences Among Consoles

Joelteon7

On April 7, 2008 at 1:13 pm

I think the 360 and PS3 were the only consoles that could support the new physics engine. If so, that’s their ‘feature’.

Darkmike

On April 7, 2008 at 1:59 pm

The guy in the video says: “we wanted to put the force unleashed in as many platforms as we can”.
But no pc version?
what kind of bad joke is this?

MrMister

On April 7, 2008 at 7:59 pm

Damn I want this game. :shock: