And for all those people who ask us 2 buy a console here is what i have to say to them......................You may think a console is great and all but we have put a lot of money into forming first rate pc's for our gaming needs. hence it is not easy to just spend money and buy a console. it's not that i have anything against consoles, its just that some of us don't have one, and would really appreciate it if Lucas Arts released the game for the PC.
Oh comon The game was realeased 2 years ago
There never going to put them on these platfroms
Get over it stick to the future people besides TFU is going to be better so now you guys can put your hopes up if it comes out for Wii think about it.
I think LA should make a PC and a Wii Version of Star Wars Episode III and of TFU too because of some points:
First there are so many Star Wars fans and they wanna play the games at home and couldn´t do it because LA doesn´t make a version for all platforms.
Second LA could earn much more money when they are making the games for other popular platorms and not only for xbox 360 and ps3 because of there graphics.
Third they loos many fans because thei arn´t making the games for othere platforms like PC or Wii ,wich is getting more popular!
I'd just like to mention that everyone by now should now that this game is not going to be released for PC or Gamecube and you guys better make sure that Force Unleashed will not become Force Unreleashed for your platforms, as it probaly will become a much better game.
I hate to say what's been said at least 100 times before, (Literally) but it just isn't going to happen. Lucasarts is not going to release this game for Gamecube and PC. And 5000 signatures is not going to change this. I doubt George Lucas would even know it if there was a petition with 5000 signatures on his forums.
However I own this game on PS2, and I believe that everybody deserves a chance to play any game they want, on any console they want without console domination and discrimination.
I now willingly contradict my first paragraph, and I sign along the dotted line.