It's almost easy enough to predict that Hasbro will blow it with a female figure like this. So easy in fact, that you could probably write a quick review without actually having bought or ever even seen the figure in person. Sadly, that idea didn't occur to me until after I'd gone and spent $7-ish. (Next time I may just use this as a template and fake it.)
Here again, we don't know enough about the subject to decide if we like or dislike the character, or if this figure "nails it" and looks anything like the person from the new Force Unleashed game. But at this point I think we're all pretty familiar with the whole naughty female Jedi gone bad concept, to where it's safe to say that Hasbro probably managed to do a good job of capturing this character's likeness.
But whatever... the toy itself is sort of lame, so it really doesn't matter.
First up, why does Hasbro feel the need to use the saucy contrapposto (look it up) pose with female figures? (The pose that actually makes her look like she might have scoliosis.) Also, why give her arms a million points of articulation, but no bendable knees? As well, please explain to me why a figure that clearly only uses a pair of lightsabers comes with a hand (left) posed for using a blaster?
Other than that the sculpt is decent, the paint is so-so, and the included lightsabers are pretty cool (even if they do have those weird numbers on them for whatever reason.) As a matter of fact, if Hasbro had decided to take this figure a little more seriously, it could have turned out pretty cool all around.
As is... I'd give her a 6 out of 10.