Star Wars The Force Unleashed 2 Collector's Edition Guide Hardcover – 29 Oct 2010
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I can not quite put my finger on it.
Two light-sabres, over the top force abilities, the graphics, powering up like the first game, etc - all brilliant.
I think the worst thing is that I spent the money and felt that I completed it in no time and not much diversity in the game-play. It was all over too soon. I might feel a little different if I got it on platinum.........maybe.
The story line did not make up for it either. Good concept but too shallow by a long shot.
In all arias I was wishing for something more in depth and grand (as well as longer).
Besides everything I have said above it is still ranking high on the best games out for the PS3 generally and even higher for any "Star Wars" fans.
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What I would like to comment on is the quality of the book. Some little things that you may not notice when looking at a computer screen of the item. The Collector's Edition of the book is a hardcover beauty. The image of Starkiller on the front cover is actually embossed, a nice little surprise. Open the cover, and on the bottom of the inside front cover is a limited edition number. It's a six-digit number, so I'm assuming that at least 100,000 of this will/have been printed. My copy, which arrived on release day was something like 25,000 or so in its number. Again, something else I wasn't expecting, but made a nice addition.
As far as the actual content of the book? It looks to be laid out in the same manner as the Prima guide for Star Wars: The Force Unleashed. The primary difference in this is that the Wii material is not broken out into its own book, it's in the main bulk of the book through the walk-throughs, with the exception of breaking out the Wii only combat section. The art in the back is pretty snazzy. Some of the concept art is traditional art, while there are some beautiful renders from the game.
Hope this helps to decide if you really want the collector's edition, or if the paperback version is all you need.
Really worth the money spent!!