Instead, we get a game that feels like it was created out of obligation rather than inspiration.
In retrospect, that may have been a sign of trouble. The game industry's obfuscating wall of public relations minders and non-disclosure agreements will keep us from knowing the story behind The Force Unleashed II for a long time, but the final product certainly has the whiff of a creative process gone awry. While there are certainly pleasures to be had in The Force Unleashed II, they come off as the dregs of a concept that has run its course. The series was bound to exhaust itself someday, but the fact that it happened this early is a brutal disappointment.
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With plenty of twists, turns and Midnighter's trademark bravado, this comic proves to be one of DC's best this week. With his lover Apollo trapped in Hell like a superpowered Persephone, Midnighter is a hammer who treats even this problem of Heaven and Hell like a nail - namely, nobody is too big to have their jaw broken, even Neron himself.
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To that end, Orlando raises the crazy factor of this comic dramatically with Midnighter's scrappiness in the face of eternal damnation. Watching Neron get his smug face punched in is worth the price of admission, but as Orlando keeps moving the goalposts for success, you feel the tension with every new twist.
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While Blanco's panel layouts can occasionally look a little stiff, such as when Neron and Midnighter trade punches, he sells the manic smile on our protagonist's face as he grins through the blood and agony. He also leans into the dichotomy of Midnighter and Apollo well - whereas Midnighter is dark and ultra-rendered, Apollo is clean and economical, a being of all light and no shadow.
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