Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2 Hints for PC
takes you through level by level taking showing you how to unlock achievements along the way and get all the Holocrons. All the main bosses are tackled too and we tell you and show you how to beat them.
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Mind Trick is a technique in The Force Unleashed that allows you to confuse your enemies or make them fight for you. Here are some other tips for maximizing this technique;
- Mind Trick does not limit it's use on 3 enemies, you can even mind-control all enemies on the area! To do this, mind-control a group of enemies and proceed to the next group to increase your mind-controlled army.
- When enemies are stunned, stumbled, or suppressed, you can use Mind Trick to make them explode instantly.
- When in Force Fury, you can even mind-control robots for your advantage.
While fighting against the Carbonate War Droid, you have the advantage to freeze your enemies. Here are some examples on how to do this tactic;
- You can Force Grip the ice ball projectile it launches at you (in mid-range), then you can throw it to some nearby enemy infantry to freeze (and automatically kill) them!
- You can Force Grip infantries and position them in your front as the Carbonate War Droid sprays a steam of ice to freeze them.
- You can even Force Grip the ice ball and reflect it back to the War Droids and robots to freeze them temporarily. Act fast as these robots do not remain frozen for long, as they are not live enemies.
- Or you can just simply take cover behind an infantry when the War Droid tries to spray a freezing gas.
Did you know?
- Dashing towards a frozen enemy infantry blasts the statue into pieces as if it was hit.
Try combining these different costumes and lightsabers for some custom character model themes for the player.
Dark Apprentice Robes + Yellow (Shock) Lightsabers - You know, black and yellow mixes very well and Shock causes additional damage to grab attacks.
Experimental Jedi Armor + Violet (Protection) - Both of these two offer one similarity; increased defense, besides, silver and violet mixes nicely.
Rahm Kota + Green (Healing or Life Drain) - This set makes you look exactly like Kota, but with two lightsabers instead.
Saber Guard + Red (Crimson) - The exact copy of a Saber Guard.
Hero's Armor + Any Blue - The costume set used in common artworks. It is also the default-in game costume starting from Chapter 4.
Dreaming Robes + Any Green - Be exactly like the clones in the Cave of Evil.
Terror Trooper + Orange (Incineration) - As usual Terror Troopers have orange electric blasts, this combo is a proffered one.
COLOR THEME SETS
Trooper + Any White (preferably Wisdom) - Use any Imperial Trooper Costumes (Stormtrooper, Jump Trooper, or Scout Trooper) and the Wisdom Lightsaber to have a white-themed character.
Sith Acolyte + Pink (Fury) - An all-pink costume set.
Saber Guard + Yellow (Shock) - A yellow/god theme character.
You can try to "change" some parts of the game by simply just altering your costumes. Here's what you can do:
- Upon the entrance to the Salvation as Kota talks to Starkiller, change to Rahm Kota Costume and there will be two Kota's! Especially with the line, "You still don't believe that I'm a clone?"
- Fight Darth Vader as the Dark Apprentice
- Fight Darth Vader as a Stormtrooper
- Fight the Terror Walker as Boba Fett
- Fight the Gorog as Rahm Kota
- Clear out the Salvation as a Rebel Soldier, a Saber Guard, a Terror Trooper or a Rebel Commando
- Assault Cato Nemodia as any trooper (Storm Trooper, Jump Trooper, Sith Acolyte, Imperial Riot)
- Escape Kamino as a Sith Training Droid