As I've mentioned on the Star Wars: The Force Unleashed video game talk page (and I'm sure at least one other talk page), we need to find a definite source of canon for character bios and synopsis. The novel is often claimed to be the ultimate source of canon for the series, but (and I know you all just love it when I say this) the novel isn't the game. Very few articles even acknowledge the Wii (for example) version's story as existent, save Darth Phobos's and Darth Desolus's articles, and it seems almost biased, as well, that almost every single Force Unleashed picture is from the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. This causes a great deal of disturbance in me.

However, an IP did suggest a separate article(s) idea, seen at the talk page linked above. My interpretation of his/her comment was, in short, create separate articles for each individual version of the game (or in some cases, like the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, versions due to their similarities) and link to all of them in the Synopsis section rather than having a definite story. An additional interpretation was posted at the talk page. I'm personally in favour of the former idea, though admittedly both may make the article appear somewhat odd. Regardless, I'm curious to hear the opinions of others, as I seem to want nothing more than to resolve this dilemma. // ~mikah~ 21:16, 4 October 2008 (UTC)

  • I always thought this was like Shadows of the Empire, where you would have to read all the different interpretations of the story to get the whole story, and you would just fit all the peices together like a puzzle. And about your biased pictures idea, the PS3/360 pics just have better graphics, and as such, just look better.--LastJedi1515 (talk)StupidSithEmblem-Traced-TORkit 22:50, November 30, 2009 (UTC)
    • The novel is the reigning canon. While the video game itself presents a player with myriad options and story paths, this novel can be thought of as the "true story" of the Starkiller. QuiGonJinn Senate seal(Talk) 18:47, December 16, 2009 (UTC)