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Release Date:
26 October 2010 (USA) See more »
Plot:
A clone of Starkiller is created by Darth Vader. But after he escapes his master's grasp, he travels across the galaxy to discover who, or what, he really is. | Add synopsis »
Awards:
1 nomination See more »
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Fun initially, though becomes repetitive early on See more (13 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Sam Witwer ... Starkiller / Dark Apprentice / Emperor Palpatine / Aberrant Clones (voice)

Cully Fredricksen ... General Rahm Kota (voice)
Matt Sloan ... Darth Vader (voice)

Nathalie Cox ... Juno Eclipse (voice)

David W. Collins ... Proxy / Neimoidian Aide (voice)

Dee Bradley Baker ... Baron Tarko / Boba Fett / Rebel Soldier (voice)

Tom Kane ... Yoda / Rebel Pilot (voice)

Adrienne Wilkinson ... Maris Brood / Additional Ambient characters (voice)

Roger Jackson ... Stormtrooper #2 / Additional Voices (voice) (as Roger L. Jackson)

Lex Lang ... Stormtrooper 1 (voice)

Steve Blum ... Stormtrooper 3 (voice)

Fred Tatasciore ... Riot Trooper / Jumptrooper / Additional Voices (voice)

Timothy Omundson ... Rebel Soldier / Additional Voices (voice) (as Tim Omundson)
Chris Cox ... Rebel Soldier 2 (voice)

Jamie Glover ... Imperial Officer (voice)

Nick Jameson ... Bookie / Rebel Officer (voice)

Catherine Taber ... Princess Leia Organa (voice)
John Armstrong ... Han Solo (voice)

Jarion Monroe ... Captain Sarkli (voice)

Directed by
Sylvain Doreau (director: cinematics)
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Haden Blackman 
George Lucas  characters
Cameron Suey 

Produced by
Haden Blackman .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Mark Griskey 
 
Art Department
Amy Beth Christenson .... lead concept artist
Daniel Kvasznicza .... matte painter
Steven G. Lee .... storyboard artist (as Steve Lee)
 
Sound Department
Sean England .... foley artist
Erik Foreman .... sound designer
Brian Tibbetts .... audio lead
Corey Tyler .... foley recordist
 
Visual Effects by
Edwin Bakker .... visual effects artist
Corey Butler .... cinematic cg supervisor: Blur Studio
Luis Calero .... cinematic modeler
Jennifer Hendrich .... cinematic rigger
Nick Hiatt .... matte painter
Jason Phillip Johnson .... environment simulation tools engineer
Jason Phillip Johnson .... visual effects artist
Mike Jutan .... r&d games engineering: ILM
Andras Kavalecz .... visual effects artist
Colette Mullenhoff .... r&d games engineering: ILM
Rachel Rose .... r&d games engineering: ILM
Mandy Sekelsky .... cinematic producer
Al Shier .... cinematic executive producer: Blur Studio
Dave Wilson .... Cinematic/Trailer Director: Blur Studio
 
Stunts
Billy Bussey .... stunt performer
Eric Johnston .... stunts: motion capture talent - jedi
Stephen Oyoung .... stunts: motion capture
Joe Perez .... stunt coordinator
Surawit Sae Kang .... stunt double: Starkiller
Jason Sanfilippo .... stunts
Philip J Silvera .... additional action coordinator
Philip J Silvera .... additional fight choreography
Philip J Silvera .... stunts: Starkiller
Kerry Wong .... stunts: motion capture talent - soldiers
 
Animation Department
Sylvain Doreau .... layout supervisor
Kyle Gaulin .... animator
Christian Reese .... cinematic animator
Saul Ruiz .... cinematic animator
William 'Rocky' Vanoost .... cinematic animator
Ken Loh .... animator (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Jeff Marsh .... conductor
Jeff Marsh .... orchestrator
Igor Nemirovsky .... orchestrator
Wilbert Roget II .... composer: additional music
John Williams .... composer: theme music
 
Other crew
Ruslan Abdikeev .... lead engineer: engine team
David Bullock .... research and development: ILM
Yisheng Chen .... research and development: ILM
David W. Collins .... voice director
Sylvain Doreau .... cinematics director
Richard Dorton .... motion capture actor
Adam Ferrall-Nunge .... r&d engineer (as Adam Ferrall)
Jeremiah Grant .... character technical artist
Dominic Hamon .... software engineer: engine team
Kim Jardin .... production: ILM
Bhautik Joshi .... research and development: ILM
Michael Lehr .... motion capture actor
David Lenihan .... research and development: ILM
Andreas Lyon .... motion capture actor
Michelle Prévost .... r&d engineer
Michelle Prévost .... research and development: ILM
Victor Tancredi-Ballugera .... it department
 
Thanks
Robert Berube .... thanks
 

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Sam Witwer would later provide of the voice of Darth Maul in "Star Wars: The Clone Wars".See more »
Quotes:
Emperor Palpatine:[final lines] A great day Lord Vader. Today marks the death of the Rebellion and a new order of peace for the Empire. There is but one last detail to take care of. Do you take me for a fool? Your feeble schemes to overthrow me using that pathetic clone of your apprentice were pitifully obvious from their inception. Now Skywalker, you will die.
[Vader ignites his light saber, but is shocked to death by force lightning]
Emperor Palpatine:Captain Sarkli.
Captain Sarkli:My liege?
Emperor Palpatine:Take your troops and destroy the clone.
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3 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Fun initially, though becomes repetitive early on, 6 November 2010
Author: Lionbeard from Australia

This game was one of the most anticipated releases of 2010 for me. I'd been watching the trailers on loop and downloading the wallpapers (which is very unlike me). There had been such a hype surrounding The Force Unleashed 2, that, when I actually got around to playing it - it seemed a little disappointing in some areas.

Aesthetically, this game is amazing. The graphics and physics engine really make it a lot of fun to play. Force-gripping Storm Troopers and then impaling them with your dual-wielded light-sabers never got old. The ability to collect and change your saber crystals, effectively enabling you to change your light-saber's colour, was also a fantastic touch which enabled me to give my character a more personal feel. In addition to the colour changes, each crystal had a unique effect. For example, equipping a green coloured crystal would enable your character to heal faster; a white crystal for force regeneration; an orange crystal to set your enemies on fire etc etc.

The downside, however, to this game, is the story itself. You begin the game on Kamino, the cloning planet, where you're told that you are a clone of The Force Unleashed 1's main character - Starkiller. After being declared a 'failure' by your master, Darth Vader, you escape his clutches by jumping out a window, and then commencing to face wave-after-wave of storm troopers. The idea is that your character attempts to discover, or perhaps, re-discover his identity.

Combat in The Force Unleashed 2 is initially a lot of fun, however, after facing the same enemies over and over, you quickly learn how to defeat them very easily, leading them to become more of a hindrance than a challenge. The boss fights are lengthy; unnecessarily so, and I found the game's cut-scenes, whilst impressively pre-rendered, were a bore to sit through as the 'Skip' option wasn't always available.

Overall, this is a great game if you're up for a bit of hack-n-slash before work, however, the combat's formulaic design, the lack of well developed plot and the length of story, left much to be desired. This game took me a total of around 3-4 hours to complete.

7/10

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