So it wasn't Battlefront III or Star Wars Legends that was the big Star Wars reveal at the Spike Video Game Awards. Instead, it was Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II. Surprised?
The trailer, as trailers go, looks nice but reveals little. What we do know is that you'll once again take control of Starkiller, Darth Vader's apprentice. But from what we hear in the trailer, it seems you may have choice -- along with Vader's voice, we also hear Yoda giving sage words of advice.
How this will all play into the gameplay of The Force Unleashed II remains to be seen. The game is set for release next year.
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