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Star Wars The Force Unleashed Strategy Guide 1: Introduction

Updated on December 27, 2008

 

 

The first thing you should know is that this is primarily for the Wii. I’ve heard that the PS3 one is somewhat different, and the graphics are far more advanced.

 

 

All right, some of you have probably read some of my other guides. Most of the games that I write about have these little puzzles in order to get any further. The Force Unleashed is not really one of those games. While there is some strategy involved to go through some areas, most of the game is just go here, kill these guys, go on until you kill the mini-boss and then the boss.

 

 

So, if you don’t mind, I am going to go through this guide and only mention areas that don’t involve something that you couldn’t just as easily figure out by yourself by fighting back.

 

 

Therefore, this guide is split up into sections based on the places. You may notice that there are certain areas that you go to that are left out of this guide. Those places are all one big cutscene, but at least you get a reward for watching it.

 

 

Please don’t make it sound like I did not like this game due to my sarcastic tone. You have to admit that this game has a lot of hype, and it is very cool to be a Jedi who can levitate stuff and slice with a lightsaber. Especially being a Dark Jedi and use lightning. I’m not certain if this is the first game where you can play the Dark Lord of the Sith himself, but perhaps it shouldn’t be the last.

 

 

I’m sure most gamers and, yes, even non-gamers probably don’t need a game guide to a game that is more based on eyehand coordination rather than strategically doing something at the right place on the right time.

 

 

However, I imagine that because you are reading this guide because you want to find all the hidden little rewards and goodies that are in Star Wars: The Force Unleashed. There are over 200 of these little glowing cubes or Holocrons throughout all the levels. Some of them can be hard to find, and this guide will help you find them.

 

 

This guide will also help you find the 15 lightsaber color crystals and 10 lightsaber hilts. These can also be hard to find, and so I listed these out for all of these in the guide in the area where they can be found.  

 

 

So, without further ado, go ahead skip to the next chapter by clicking the proper area down below.

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