Tatooine Mission Pack For Star Wars: The Force Unleashed Available Now


Posted August 28, 2009 - By Jake Gaskill

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LucasArts has released its second mission pack DLC for Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, the Tatooine Mission Pack. It’s available now on Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network for $10 (800 Microsoft Points).

It’s hard to say whether the pack is worth the price, seeing as I haven’t played it, but considering that the pack will be included, along with the previous Jedi Temple Mission Pack and an exclusive Hoth-based mission, in the Star Wars: The Force Unleashed: Ultimate Sith Edition, all for the grand total of $40, it wouldn’t be unreasonable to see this as a slightly questionable purchase.

On a side note, doesn’t it seem like LucasArts is basically punishing those gamers who bought Force Unleashed by including an exclusive mission in the Ultimate Sith Edition, as opposed to just releasing it as a third DLC pack? I mean, the only way gamers who picked up the game a year ago are going to be able to have the "complete" Force Unleashed experience is by throwing down $40 for what essentially amounts to a single DLC pack. Hopefully, LucasArts feels compelled to silence the million voices that will surely be crying by the time the game hits shelves later this year by offering the Hoth mission as a DLC pack on or around release day.

Anyone picked up the Tatooine pack? Am I the only one who thinks this whole Ultimate Sith Edition thing is a bit shady?

Tatooine Mission Pack For Star Wars: The Force Unleashed Available Now


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