Speaking in the latest issue of NGamer magazine, Ed Tucker of developer house Krome Studios has confirmed that there will be five levels in the Wii version of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed that aren't included on Xbox 360 and PS3.
"On the Wii we have places where the story veers off and we go and explore something, take the game in a different direction, like the Jedi Temple level," says Tucker. "There are five levels that aren't in the PS3 and 360 versions."
Also in the preview, Tucker talks about how the studio overcame the technical limitations of the console. "The likes of Euphoria and DMM are groundbreaking and we couldn't copy them.
"What we did was try to look at the concept and idea behind it and get as close as we could. The ragdolls in the Wii version are robust, they look really good."
For more from Tucker, including the specifics of lightsaber combat, how the force powers work and why the game includes characters that died in the last movie, look out for the latest issue of NGamer issue 20, on sale this Wednesday.