26th July 2007
Many of you may have heard of the upcoming game The Force Unleashed. LucasArts.com | Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
Check it out, I'd rather not say anything, because I have mixed feelings about this game...
HE TOOK DOWN A STAR DESTROYER! A #$%@ING STAR DESTROYER! THAT'S #$%@ING AWESOME!
Then there's the simple fact that they axed KOTOR III and made this game instead... Yah... I know... Awkward...
I just hope they start, or have already started production on KOTOR III. To leave us with a cliffhanger in TSL then never finish it? Not cool.
EDIT: Now how did my post end up in the Death Star Discussion area? I could have sworn I posted it in general Star Wars discussion. D:
4th August 2006
This is the "general" SW discussion area
Everyone know about force unleashed. It's gotten old and it hasn't even been released yet. Anyway, it probably won't be that good for the pc. All I have to say is, why can't they just make a FPS for the pc first for once?
15th September 2004
Yes, this is the Star Wars general discussion forum, but discussion about Star Wars games isn't allowed in here. That goes in General Gaming. It's all in the Sticky on top of the thread list.
:moved: to general gaming. Reason: About games.
Pending Further Assignment
9th May 2005
Seems a bit over the top for me. Yoda had trouble just lifting an x-wing, how could a sith apprentice take down a fucking star destroyer?
8th May 2007
Because he's uber?
Fear-No-Evil;3832135Seems a bit over the top for me. Yoda had trouble just lifting an x-wing, how could a sith apprentice take down a fucking star destroyer?
Maybe because he's Vader's Apprentice? Also known as Anakin Skywalker, Chosen One of the Jedi? (Even though he could've gotten a better end.) Regardless, I think the plot could be intriguing for this. I just hope it's out for PC sometime.. I'm not buying an Xbox or somesuch simply to play that game. KIII maybe, but not Force Unleashed. (Still a little angry that there's no K3 yet..)
Voice of joy and sunshine
26th May 2003
Fear-No-Evil;3832135Seems a bit over the top for me. Yoda had trouble just lifting an x-wing, how could a sith apprentice take down a fucking star destroyer?[/QUOTE]
Yoda didn't seem to have any trouble to me, he even said the size of an object shouldn't really matter.
[QUOTE=Yoda] “Size matters not. Look at me. Judge me by my size, do you? Hmm? Hmm. And well you should not. For my ally is the Force, and a powerful ally it is. Life creates it, makes it grow. Its energy surrounds us and binds us. Luminous beings are we, not this crude matter. You must feel the Force around you; here, between you, me, the tree, the rock, everywhere, yes. Even between the land and the ship.”
When the jedi stopped fighting the sith, they became weaker, but the sith never got weaker. Yoda had no trouble lifting the X-Wing and he probably hadn't been in touch with the force very much on degobah. The jedi of the 2000 year old republic were just as powerful as that sith in the movie.
It also pisses me off that they're not making it for the PC... I mean, it'll come out for windows vista and then like 3 years later it'll come out for the PC. Also, does anyone know if it'll have a multilayer?
4th August 2006
Zahadoom;3832467It also pisses me off that they're not making it for the PC... I mean, it'll come out for windows vista and then like 3 years later it'll come out for the PC. Also, does anyone know if it'll have a multilayer?
Uhhhhh..... Vista is PC. If/when it comes out under Vista, it will be on PC, Vista is simply an operating system to be used on a PC.
As for a PC version..... Lucas Arts hasn't said anything positive toward that yet, just that they "wouldn't want to disappoint" if it was put on PC, suggesting that a PC version may not be as good as console.
That would certainly be true if, and only if it were to come to the PC as a crappy console conversion. (I'm still bitter about Star Trek: Legacy on PC)
The biggest plus of putting on PC means more profit coming from the PC version sales than those of console versions, simply because they don't have to fork over money to the respective console companies.