Poll: So, Will You Be Getting Star Wars: The Force Unleashed On Switch?

One of the bigger releases on the Nintendo Switch this week is Aspyr’s version of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed. It’s officially described as being “similar” to the 2008 release on the Nintendo Wii, and now includes updated Joy-Con motion controls.

While we didn’t quite rate it in our Nintendo Life review, for some Star Wars fans out there (and even gamers who played this back in the day), there’ll no doubt be enough there to interest you. That’s why we’ve decided to put together a poll to see if you’ll be giving it a go or maybe waiting for a sale. So vote in our poll and leave a comment down below.

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