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Star Wars: The Force Unleashed Screenshots and Images - DS

Game Description:You may have used The Force before, but never like this. Wield the legendary Jedi power in amazing new ways in this incredible new Star Wars saga. In the period between Episodes III and IV, you'll play as a secret apprentice on a mission to wipe the Jedi from existence. Harness the four core powers of The Force - push, grip, repulse, and lightning - to unleash mind-triggered destruction never seen in a Star Wars game. Master combos to grip foes in mid-air, torch them with lightning, then drop them to the ground where they'll explode. As if that weren't enough, there's also the fact that you're working for Vader. 
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