Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2 unleashes Yoda, too

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Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2 unleashes Yoda, too
Thrilled, Star Wars fans will be, when in Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2 a beloved character appears.

... okay, we're not going to do the Yoda voice the whole time. We'd like you guys to be able to read this stuff. LucasArts revealed that Yoda will appear in The Force Unleashed 2, in a segment taking place on his home planet of Dagobah. Angsty Force unleasher Starkiller senses a powerful presence, and goes to the planet to investigate. There, he finds everyone's favorite Jedi Master, who helps him deal with, you know, all the angst. With this being ... a Star Wars game, the presence of Yoda actually makes sense this time.

If more Yoda you would like to see (we can't help it, apparently!), we have screens in our gallery and a video after the break.%Gallery-99323%
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Star Wars Celebration V is in full swing in Orlando Florida and Star Wars fans around the world are celebrating the 30th anniversary of The Empire Strikes Back. To coincide with both of these great events, we're happy to finally reveal a very special character appearance in Star Wars The Force Unleashed II.

Starkiller, having escaped the clutches of Darth Vader on the planet Kamino, senses something calling out to him from the planet Dagobah. Arriving there, he encounters a familiar face and one of the most powerful Jedi to ever live – Yoda. Outside of the iconic Cave of Evils, Yoda provides Starkiller with crucial insight about the inner turmoil tearing his mind apart and his quest to reunite with Juno Eclipse.

The latest issue of PlayStation: The Official Magazine is blowing out further information with hands-on impressions of the game and you can download a short teaser video of Yoda from the game for immediate posting, as well as a cover image of the magazine.
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