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E3 10: Force Unleashed II gets its E3 trailer

10:00 PM on 06.12.2010

Matthew Razak

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Holy crap. That... was... AWESOME!

Listen, Star Wars has fallen a bit in my eyes over the last decade and the Force Unleashed wasn't all that it could be, but man if I don't just pop a nerd boner every time someone slashes up some Stormtroopers with a light saber. While we're on the subject, how frickin' awesome are lightsabers!? Really frickin' awesome is the answer.

I realize that this video is nothing but FMV, and that most of the problems with the last game involved gameplay, but, damn it, I'm weak and he crushed that walker-thing like it was nothing. Plus, the game can only get better the second time around, right? And the clone tease at the end? 100 bucks says you're going to have to fight yourself at least once during the game.

I definitely don't pay that much attention to Star Wars canon, so if anyone wants to explain to me how Vader's massive Sith cloning operation went unmentioned until now I'd really appreciate it. Then again, I don't really care because TWO LIGHTSABERS AT ONCE!

God, I'm easy to please.

The Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II E3 2010 Trailer [Giant Bomb]


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