Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II Crack/Patch

Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II With Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II, the epic story continues as players once again assume the role of the devastatingly powerful Starkiller - Darth Vader's secret apprentice set during the largely unexplored era between Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith and Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope.

Download Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 61 / 100
User rating
6
Downloads 2159
Genre Action, General
Company / Developer
LucasArts / LucasArts

Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II reviews ( 7 )

JazzCZ, Jul 8, 2012

I've never played a better Star Wars game than this, well. The Jedi Outcast 2 was pretty good too, but uh... You know it's just... Just... Plain. Awesome and I can **** **** this stupid character limiter.

icepick, Aug 1, 2011

It was short and all sure, but I enjoyed it and for the 10 bucks I paid for it on steam, that is good enough for me :-) I see, I have not written enough stuff. The graphics were good, the voice acting was good, the destruction engine was an embarrassment. Seriously, they gimped it further. But I still really enjoyed the game.

Trance, Jul 9, 2014

Never played the first. Jumped straight into this and OMG I loved it. People are saying the first is better, guess what then? I'm in for a treat as playing this backwards may have been the best decision in my gaming lifetime.

josemassia, Oct 27, 2010

Very booooooring game, the best graphics, but lineal history and it's the same, at the beginning i was shock but then i play 1hr and i realise that the game is not so good, i played 2 more times, and now i just....don't want to...

Sim-V, Dec 26, 2010

I stumbled in a HUGE bug inside the level "The battle for the salvation". I had to remove a cell generator from a cannon and put it inside another one to open a blocked door, which would allow me to continue in the game. Well, I was simply unable to remove the cell generator from the first cannon. I had to restart the level two times, carrying with me a spare cell generator through half path and trying to not die. I failed both times, so I gave up without completing the game. No one have released a patch. What a shame. The game is very short (about 4 hours) and repetitive. It has got too much action, there are very few pauses, no puzzle sequences, few kind of enemies. The plot is nothing special. Anyway, graphics are pretty good, levels and cut-scenes are artistically awesome and boss fights are enjoyable. But....I spent 50â

PKeith, Dec 18, 2011

This is a really weak follow-up to a great standalone Star Wars game. There's less dialog, plot, characters and original music than the first game. Gameplay the game is nearly identical, and the graphics are better, but the menus are ugly and low-res, evidence that the game wasn't ported to PC with any care or attention to detail. The final boss battle with Vader is a grindtastic joke. Also, the story is short. Steam clocks me in at 5 hours of gameplay. Bought it for $5 on a sale, not worth a dime more.

peabutterbob, Aug 15, 2014

The worst boss battle in the history of video games. They padded the hell out of the game time in the final boss battle so this game could reach 5 hours. It might be worth playing to see how stupid it was. No spoilers here we all know your gonna eventually have to fight Darth Vader. Pretty much you kill a group of enemies you've fought 1000 times prior. Get a couple hits on Vader, Then it switches to the cinematic view where you have to press a button (like god of war) to hit. But instead of hitting you get a chance to talk to him. He tells you you're expendable then runs to the next floor. You follow him, kill another group of enemies exactly the same, get a couple hits, and listen to him tell you you're expendable again! This happens 15 freaking times! If that doesn't convince you and you still want to play this game, don't play it on pc. Way too many bugs including near game breaking ones.