All member reviews for Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II

Kids say

(out of 38 reviews)
age 11+
 
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Teen, 15 years old Written bybaesean December 23, 2011
age 10+
 

An okay game

Really? I think this game is just fine for kids above 10... There's no blood, no screams of agony, no sex, no cussing, it's rated T for God knows why... It should be rated E 10+.
What other families should know
Too much violence
Teen, 14 years old Written byGamer345 July 11, 2015
age 7+
 

My first Star Wars Game.

It was my first star wars game though the TV program was more awesome.This game was not what I expected from it though the violence is on very low level and can be handle by a 7 year old.
What other families should know
Great messages
Easy to play/use
Too much violence
Kid, 12 years old July 1, 2015
age 11+
 

Never played it

This game is better than it probaly seems
What other families should know
Easy to play/use
Teen, 17 years old Written bylewiswoodhall May 30, 2015
age 12+
 
This game only contains moderate violence. Not bloody or gory. Probably suitable for children.
What other families should know
Too much violence
Kid, 10 years old December 14, 2014
age 12+
 

No blood or gore, but still very violent

In this game you can impale, decapitate and dismember enemies. There is no blood or gore, as it is the star wars universe, but the body parts roll around and then fade away. It has a great storyline, and the main character is a good role model. Enemies can be heard screaming and pleading for their lives as you grip them with your force and kill their teammates. My personal opinion is that this game is OK for a mature 12 year old.
What other families should know
Great role models
Easy to play/use
Too much violence
Kid, 12 years old October 31, 2013
age 12+
 

This is a really good game, but too much violence for younger kids (heads chopped off, force electricity and grip, impalement, blowing up ships.)

There is no blood though
What other families should know
Great messages
Too much violence
Too much swearing
Too much drinking/drugs/smoking
Kid, 11 years old August 31, 2013
age 11+
 

good game

the game was good, the first few levels are boring. there is some swearing but not alot, i don't think that parents who care are about swearing will care or notice. The controls are easy and the force powers are really cool. For those who played the first game this is an ok sequel. they took out force choke and added dual lightsabers. i don't like that. the ending is..... disapionting. all in all a good game,
What other families should know
Great messages
Great role models
Too much violence
Teen, 14 years old Written byBionic Reviewer May 16, 2013
age 13+
 

Plenty of Sci-Fi Hack n' Slash to go around

First of all, here's a general warning: The Force Unleashes series is known for the ability to bloodlessly and brutally demolish enemies, and the protagonist is a clone of a Sith Lord-turned-Jedi Knight. The game follows a clone of the (now dead) main character from the first game. Said clone has all of the original character's (Starkiller's) memories, and as such, is essentially the same person. That said, he uses the Force and two lightsabers to mow down endless and copious amounts of stormtroopers, Sith acolytes, and battle droids. His faceless foes will lose their arms/or heads when struck down by a lightsaber blow. Force Lightning will leave them staggering and stumbling to the ground, smoldering with flame and smoke. Force Push will blast them across the room, into walls, off of ledges, etc. And then, that's not the worst you can do. Tossing them into disintegrating force fields, electrocuting the jetpack-equipped storm troopers to overload their jetpacks and send them spiraling, and using the Mind Trick to make them fight each other/commit suicide are some more creative approaches. They can also be dragged across the floor with the Force, impaled, and transformed into living bombs. Fortunately, it lacks the Force Choke ability of the first game, but this can easily be counterpointed by the sheer capacity for murder Starkiller is capable of. One level even features fans that foes can be blasted/tossed into, and an achievement, "Poor Bob", is offered (on the PS3, at least) to players who Force Grab, impale, and electrocute a foe, and then toss him into a wall/off a ledge. Other then that, there isn't too much else you need to worry about.
What other families should know
Too much violence
Teen, 15 years old Written byJdw3po April 27, 2013
age 13+
 

Well executed sequel has great graphics. Slightly more violent than its predecessor

Star Wars tfu 2 is a very well executed sequel to a great game. It is about the reformed sith apprentice Galen marek who is not Sure weather or not he is a clone. As he wrestles with spotty memories and shattered emotions you can watch he finds his true path as a Jedi.... Or a sith. The best part of the story is that it is left up to you to determine the truth. Violence although mild compared to most games is worse than its predecessor. Along with the same old electricution as the last game you can now use two lightsabers to decapitate, dismember, and downright massacre stormtroopers. The only blood shown is green and comes from a giant monster. Sex is not an issue. Language is barely an issue words used are h*ll and d**n. the game is based in the Star Wars universe. There is very little drinking. As I said before it is a very well executed sequel and the graphics are great. For kids 13 and up.
Teen, 13 years old Written byCWG1 March 31, 2013
age 8+
 

A good game... With violence but no Blood

My whole thing about this game is that while being great It can get frustrating at times. This game does contain violence however the violence has no gore or blood what so ever. If this game did have blood or gore in it I think it could of possibly be M. You can cut Storm Troopers Limbs and heads off, but still NO BLOOD. So I think it would be fine for the younger ones as long as the violence isn't and issue. If this were rated as movies are rated it would be PG-13 : For Intense Violence and Destruction throughout.
What other families should know
Great role models
Too much violence
Teen, 14 years old Written byJonahC January 23, 2013
age 10+
 
LEARNING

Fantastic!

Great sequel! Continues its epic predecessor with more great storyline, intrigue, and action! Not bad at all. I love suspending stormtroopers in the air, shocking them to the breaking point, and throwing lightsabers into there chest because if you don't let go, they never die!! Most entertaining!
Teen, 14 years old Written byHelper109 October 23, 2012
age 14+
 

WAY TOO VIOLENT FOR REALLY YOUNG KIDS!!!!!

This game is way too violent for kids. language, it's mild, but sometimes characters say Hell and D**n, and they shout hell out loud. so violence is a big issue with this game, since enemies get their limbs and heads chopped off and people get stabbed in their hearts, and you can zap people with lightning, I recommend not letting young kids, like kids ages 2-9 play it, due to high violence.
What other families should know
Too much violence
Too much swearing
Teen, 15 years old Written byEmpfire September 29, 2012
age 14+
 

Pretty good

VIOLENCE: Intense for a T-rated game. A continuous amount of normal Star Wars violence plus they add head a limb chopping which there is no blood or gore but the fact still remains that the player is cutting storm troopers body parts off. SEX: Very mild sexy outfit LANGUAGE: None
What other families should know
Too much violence
Kid, 12 years old July 28, 2012
age 13+
 
LEARNING

BEST GAME EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

It is a great game but it is not really for kids.
What other families should know
Too much violence
Too much sex
Too much swearing
Kid, 10 years old March 25, 2012
age 13+
 

The Forceful Sequel

In The Force Unleashed II is the sequel to the original, this video game is a little more hard on edge. This game has plenty of Force power counter attacks, but yet no blood or gore. And it seems that Starkiller is more powerful than the first. Galen and Rahm cuss during the game rarely but the only thing they say is Hell and D--n. Juno and Starkiller share a brief kiss in the end of the game after it all. Charaters get shocked, sliced, shot, and stabbed. After all this is a game for the older tweens.
Teen, 14 years old Written byLegend736 March 6, 2012
age 12+
 

There is also a Nintendo DS version.

there is also a ds version.
What other families should know
Great messages
Great role models
Too much violence
Teen, 13 years old Written byAbe1998 December 23, 2011
age 12+
 

Mild violence. Little language. Good game

Good game. Some cheesy dialogue at some parts, tho. Anyway, it doesn't have that much in it. Very little language, despite what the rating says, and as far as the violence goes, there is no blood or gore, but you can cut of limbs, and impale your enemies. In the ps3 version, there is a part where a giant monster is holding a friend that you have to save. Your friend says the "d"+it word. Once you've saved your friend, you go thru the monster's stomach, and out the other side, allowing puke-green blood to burst out. Nothing sexual. Only a kiss scene at the end, but no sexual acts. But a brief reference to wine. A man says, "If you join me, you will have your fill of wine, women, and blood". Overall, it's a pretty fun game, but very short. Wish it was longer, but the ps3 version is longer than the wii version. Once I beat it the first time, I was kind of disappointed. Appropriate for 12 and up. Maybe 10 and up.
What other families should know
Too much violence
Too much swearing
Kid, 11 years old December 23, 2011
age 9+
 

Its not as good as the first and its waaaaaaay more violent too.

This is a pretty good game, but it isnt for young kids. There is lots of violence, you can even cut arms and legs off of storm troopers or impale them with your lightsaber. You can also use force powers where you can throw lightning at them, use jedi mind tricks to make enemies kill themselves, or force push them into burning sheilds or off ledges. If there was any blood, this game would probably be rated M.
What other families should know
Too much violence
Kid, 12 years old December 13, 2011
age 9+
 

I think this is a good game that everyone should be able to get a chance

there isnt too much violence and should be O.K for 9 year olds+
What other families should know
Too much violence
Kid, 10 years old December 8, 2011
age 14+
 

starwars the gore unleashed

The firs thing you will notice is that you can decapitate bad guys by just a swing of your lightsaber but then you will cut off other parts of your enemies though no blood is showen and it is extereamly fun to huck objects at badies I`m sure glad it`s not rated M bring on the gore Lucas.
What other families should know
Too much violence

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