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The Force Unleashed

Games > Nintendo Wii

Star Wars:
The Force Unleashed


Release date:
September 16, 2008

Distributed by:
Krome Studios / LucasArts

Genre:
Third-person Action

Modes:
Single Player / Multi Player
(Same screen)

Star Wars Saga Timeline:
18 BBY - 2 BBY

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The movie series may be over, but the saga lives on with Star Wars: The Force Unleashed. The storyline takes place between films Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope, with the Galactic Empire nearing the peak of its far-reaching power. You are none other than Darth Vader's secret apprentice, engaging in covert missions to defeat those with designs on dismantling the Imperial regime. The Wii version of the game includes motion-sensing lightsaber controls and an exclusive Duel Mode. The Duel Mode is a head-to-head battle with a choice of characters in a variety of arena-style environments set in familiar locales from the futuristic franchise. As in the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 editions, the action is viewed from a third-person perspective with the apprentice holding his red lightsaber behind his back.

The protagonist will travel to various worlds in his relentless search for the few remaining Jedi who escaped Order 66. Featured locales include a TIE Fighter construction facility, the Wookiee home of Kashyyyk, a junkyard-like realm known as Raxus Prime, and a fungus-infested planet called Felucia. Each features groups of enemies that must be eliminated in stylish fashion, with Force power combos earning players experience points to customize their character. Accompanying the lead character at various points is a prototype "holodroid" called Proxy as well as a blond Imperial pilot named Juno Eclipse. The Sith Lord's apprentice faces several deadly foes throughout his mission, including Maris Brood, a Zabrak warrior bent on revenge, and the primary target: grizzled General Rahm Kota, who learned the ways of the Force under the tutelage of Mace Windu and Yoda.

While this version is similar to the 360, PS3, and PS2 versions, it features the same story line in terms of the PlayStation 2 version and has a different control scheme that uses the Wii Remote for controlling the lightsaber and the Nunchuk to use force powers.

Game Codes & Cheats

Codes:
Go to the "INPUT CODE" Screen and enter one of the following codes:
GRANDMOFF - Unlocks all 32 costumes.
LIGHTSABER - Your Lightsaber one hit kills all normal enemies
SPEEDER - 1,000,000 Force Points
VERGENCE - Unlimited Force Power
TYRANUS - Unlock all Force Powers
KATARN - Max all Force Powers
COUNTDOOKU - Max Combos
CORTOSIS - God Mode

Backward Compatibility

The older Nintendo GameCube console games can also be played on the Nintendo Wii console. GameCube Controller and GameCube Memory Card is required to play GameCube games on Nintendo Wii.

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