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LucasArts At GDC 2008… has posted a quick look at The Force Unleashed during their time at the Game Developers Conference in San Fransico. Looks like they were pretty impressed with the out come, which is a pretty damn good sign! Wish I could have gotten to go..

“We got a chance to check out a few of the game’s very different locations. First we saw the apprentice ripping apart a huge Tie Fighter factory. The scale was enormous and a few of the Ties were even subject to a force push or two. Next we saw our saber-wielding friend ripping through a dense plant-life planet called Falucia and going head-to-head with a Rancor. After disposing of the giant beast by jamming a lightsaber into its eye, we jumped forward to another level. The last stop on our mini tour was a junkyard planet known as Raxis Prime, where we hunted down a paranoid Jedi named Kazdan Paratus. This Clone Wars vet had gone off his tonton and rebuilt his own Jedi temple, compete with a Jedi council all out of old junk. The planet was full of fodder for the force powers and a huge check of the debris could be flung at enemies with style to spare.

After our Xbox 360 demo, we got to see a small but of the Wii version. For obvious reasons, the visuals were not on par with the 360/PS3 versions but for a Wii game, it looked pretty impressive. As you may expect, the game uses the Wii remote to control the movements of the lightsaber but not in a one-to-one manner. If it did, the player would need to be a professional fencer to use it. Instead, it detects direction of swing and translates. We also got to see a bit of the multiplayer duel mode exclusive to the Wii. It features nine large arenas and over 20 classic Star Wars characters.”

Check out the full article here.

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