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Help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi. You're my only hope.

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Vader's revelation

No. I am your father!

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"Uncertain your future is... find yourself you must."
―Yoda to Starkiller[src]

Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II is the follow up to Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, and was announced at the 2009 Spike Video Game Awards on December 12, 2009.[5] The story still takes place between Episode III: Revenge of the Sith and Episode IV: A New Hope, just like the first Force Unleashed video game.


After Darth Vader loses his apprentice, he attempts to bring him back by taking his body to Kamino, to have Galen Marek cloned. The Clone escapes Kamino, and begins to suffer from the memories of a life he does not remember living. The Cloned Galen tracks down General Rahm Kota, who is now working for the Rebellion, as well as Juno Eclipse. He also travels to Cato Neimoidia at some point, where he enters a gladiatorial arena. In the arena, the corpse of a Rancor is tossed into the air by a Morloch, which he then proceeds to battle. The clone of Galen also travelled to Dagobah, as was suggested by Rahm Kota.


Galen Marek in Star Wars- The Force Unleashed II

Galen Marek

The trailer depicts a hooded man walking along a hall, apparently oblivious to the fact that he is using the Force to destroy everything around him while the voices of Yoda and Darth Vader are speaking about the light and dark sides' paths. As the voices conflict, the man appears to become more confused and frustrated, as the destruction he leaves in his wake becomes more chaotic. The man stops when the voice of Juno Eclipse is heard. He stops destroying the hallway, and as he lowers his hood, he appears to be Galen Marek. He enters an arena on Cato Neimoidia while a dead rancor is thrown in the air and lands near him. A Morloch then appears from the gate and Galen charges his Force lightning before firing it at the massive beast. He subsequently pulls out two blue lightsabers and jumps onto the beast. The background fades and the lightsabers become the Roman numeral "II" behind the Force Unleashed logo.


  • Sam Witwer as Galen Marek/Starkiller[4]—The only character to physically appear in the trailer. This Starkiller is actually a clone of the original, and Galen's memories return to him during scientific experiments on Kamino.[6]
  • Matt Sloan as Darth Vader[6]— Returning as master to Starkiller, Vader has created a more obedient copy of his former apprentice, surprised at Starkiller's turn at the end of the last game.
  • Tom Kane as Yoda[6]— Galen Marek will meet Yoda when he travels to Dagobah.


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