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Original cover art.

The Art and Making of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed is a book featuring the pre-production art of The Force Unleashed video game, released in August 2008. This behind-the-scenes book delves into the origins of the game concept, including discussions with George Lucas about the place of the game within the Star Wars canon and "outtake" game concepts and art, wrapping with chapters on the innovative technology that went into the game design. It contains a foreword by Hayden Christensen and is authored by Haden Blackman, the project lead, and Brett Rector, the assistant producer on the game development team. The book was originally titled Star Wars: The Force Unleashed: Art of the Game and was going to introduce a concept called The Council, which is based on an era 500 years after the death of Darth Vader, when the Sith and Jedi had formed an uneasy alliance. This concept was however, cut.

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The Force Unleashed series
Video games
The Force Unleashed · Ultimate Sith Edition · The Force Unleashed II
Books
Novel · Art and Making Of · Campaign Guide · Game Guide · Novel II · Game Guide II
Comics
Comic · Webstrip · Comic II
Other
Soundtrack · Soundtrack II · Toy line · Miniatures
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