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Star Wars Force Unleashed is one of most fun Star Wars game I have ever played. I got the PS3 version instead of the XBOX 360 version. PS3 never had any bug problems in this, but if you got the XBOX 360 version, you are part of the problem.
The PS3 version has better graphics than the XBOX 360, and the PS3 version has good gameplay, as well. The gameplay in the XBOX 360 version have alot of problems. When you are playing the XBOX 360 version, you get stuck in the wall, the ground will shake, and door will get stuck. That is why I like the PS3 version better than the XBOX 360 version. This game takes place between Epsiode III and IV. This game shows how the Rebellion against the Empire gets started, shows how they build the Death Star, and shows how Princess Leia fighting back the Empire. Princess Leia looks like she is 14 years old. The person you are playing is Darth Vader’s pediwan. He will get betrayed by the Empire. This game shows how the Rebel Alliance was getting started. Read more... (399 words, 31 images, estimated 1:36 mins reading time)
Soul Calibur V is 17 years later after Soul Calibur IV. Soul Calibur V has really good graphics and really good gameplay. This game is about a young man name Patroklos finding his older sister named Pyrrha, and joining together, they will destroy the evil sword named Soul Edge. Patroklos and Pyrrha are the children of Sophitia. Sophitia is from the last four Soul Calibur games. You don’t see her in this game.
The characters in this game are mostly new, but some of the old characters from Soul Calibur IV are in this game, too. There a guest character in this game and the guest character is named Ezio. Ezio is in Assassin’s Creed II. He really a good character to play. In Soul Calibur IV, you have the Star Wars characters but, Ezio is better than Darth Vader, because Ezio will stab Darth Vader in the back. I don’t know about that guy from Star Wars: Force Unleashed. He will be good fighting the Templars and destroying Nightmare or the people that want Soul Edge that badly. Read more... (562 words, 28 images, estimated 2:15 mins reading time)
Soul Calibur IV is a good game but, it is not better than Soul Calibur III. It didn’t have very many things you could do, but there one thing I like about it. It was that you can play online. You can play against other players in online tournaments. Soul Calibur IV has lots more characters than Soul Calibur III. In Soul Calibur IV, you still can make your custom characters and you can play the custom characters in online mode as well. There are some activities you can do without playing in Soul Calibur IV. You got Story mode, Arcade mode, Tower of the Lost Soul,Training mode, and the VS. mode. The Story mode is same as usually play each character in story mode and learn about their story. You can play your custom characters as well. The Arcade Mode is still the same as usually play each character arcade mode in 8 rounds. Tower of the Lost Soul is a lot harder than story mode. You got figure the rituals in Tower of the Lost Soul to unlock new item, new armor, and new weapon. If you don’t figure the rituals, you can’t get new things like weapons and armor. If you haven’t play any of the Soul Calibur games yet, there is the Training mode. The VS. mode you can play against a friends.There is Three Star Wars characters in Soul Calibur IV. You can play Darth Vader, Yoda, and The Apprentice.The Apprentice is from Star Wars, The Force Unleashed. The only thing to unlock Apprentice is play as Darth Vader or Yoda in the Arcade mode.To unlock Yoda, you have to go get him at PlayStation Network but, if you have an XBOX 360, you can play Yoda but not download him. You can play Darth Vader on the PlayStation 3. So, if you want to play online, or are getting tired for waiting on a person or friend, play Soul Calibur IV.
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