The Art and Making of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
August 2008

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Publisher: Insight Editions
Author: W. Haden Blackman & Brett Rector
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Cover Price: $29.95
Media: Softcover
ISBN: - 1st

Includes a forward by Hayden Christensen (Anakin Skywalker).

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The Star Wars saga continues....

An innovative new video game links the two Star Wars film trilogies, bridging the gap between Episodes III and IV.

The galaxy is on the brink of darkness. The evil Galactic Empire has overthrown the Old Republic and now holds countless worlds in the grip of fear. The Jedi Knights have been all but destroyed. Only a handful has escaped Imperial forces, going into hiding across the galaxy.

But Darth Vader plots to hunt down the Emperor’s enemies—to eliminate the remaining Jedi and to reveal the hidden conspirators in the Senate. Only one person can perform this mission—Vader’s Secret Apprentice, an adept trained from a young age to wield the Force in deadly and destructive new ways.

Star Wars: The Force Unleashed features an epic storyline and innovative action-packed gameplay that lets you delve into the mysteries of the Force in previously unimagined ways—and this book explains how this all came to be.

Read about the stories behind this groundbreaking game from concept through final development.

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