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Publisher LucasArts Studio LucasArts Genre Action
Release Dates 09/16/08 09/17/08 09/19/08 09/17/08

Players will get a chance to work for Darth Vader himself, as the man in black�s new apprentice. The game fills in some of the gaps between Episode III and Episode IV, with a storyline full of loyalty, betrayal and the Force. It will feature both established and new characters, and its story "has some incredible revelations."

The game will be using "Digital Molecular Matter," an extremely detailed and realistic graphics engine developed by LucasArts in conjunction with ILM, Pixelux Entertainment and NaturalMotion specifically for the game; and a new A.I. system named "Euphoria". Pre-visualization demonstrations were shown at the LucasArts booth at E3 2006. The game developers refer to it as "the Force Unleashed."

From the preview shown, the game will take place sometime after the rise of the Galactic Empire, and allow players to control Force-users. Motion images seen to date highlight the engine's use of Pixelux's Digital Molecular Matter, showing the Force-users engaging in advanced telekinesis and Force lightning.

RELEASE DATE: TBA 2007. info taken from Game Informer, IGN, &

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Star Wars: The Force Unleashed Dated

TeamXbox - April 3, 2008

Submitted by sagexsdx (19) at 8:00AM PST on April 3, 2008

LucasArts today announced that its highly anticipated videogame Star Wars®: The Force Unleashed™ will be released on September 16, 2008 in the United States, September 17 in Southeast Asia and Australia, and September 19 in Europe.
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LucasArts Shows Off New Games At CES

CNBC - January 6, 2008

Submitted by andrewdski (89) at 3:19PM PST on January 6, 2008

The two titles from LucasArts both rely on technology never used in video games production before. "Star Wars: The Force Unleashed," bridging the gap between both "Star Wars" film trilogies, will let a player act as a Darth Vader secret apprentice, but eventually the character seeks redemption and becomes a true hero.
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Darth Vader playable in Force Unleashed

CVG - February 6, 2008

Submitted by sagexsdx (19) at 5:31AM PST on February 6, 2008

The first level of the upcoming PS3/Xbox 360 game Star Wars: The Force Unleashed will be a Jedi-hunting trip to Wookiee planet Kashyyyk, where you get to assume the role of Darth Vader. It's like a childhood fantasy come true!
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Lucasart : No multiplayer for PS3/360 Version

TAG - May 15, 2008

Submitted by apujanata (4) at 9:06PM PST on May 17, 2008

Adam Khan, senior PR manager for LucasArts said : To be specific, there's no multiplayer in the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions, because there is on the Wii, PSP, and DS. As far as specific reasons are concerned, we don't really like to get into the reasons why we don't do things because I don't think there's really a satisfactory answer that people would really be happy with. So, there isn't multiplayer and that's kind of how it is...
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1.5 million units sold in a week (All Platforms) - September 23, 2008

Submitted by vGInfidel (8) at 4:31PM PST on September 23, 2008

The Force Unleashed has gone on to sell 1.5 million units worldwide in less than a week, making it the fastest-selling Star Wars game of all time. The figures are based on the first five days of sales across all platforms the game is available on. LucasArts states it shipped more than 4.3 million copies of the game globally, but the demand now requires more units to be manufactured.
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