the director and konami
you should not play
this not all bad control
not buy this at all should it banner from
gamefly forever this game the site
should not games like this ever again
not what do tell like eye
you should not maker this games
wart mart should sell this games
and gamstop be ever again this so
fixer control voice over was good at all
111 not rent don't wase times or money
smasnig the control
the puzzles not fun at all
not rent or play this at all
the director sick head mind
stop maker lions gate movies like this it not good
this ot do with gamefly
stop put like this saw fleshblood
the esrb should rate game am ot ad
posted by Patrick_Regan (SAN JOSE, CA) Mar 26, 2013
Member since Oct 2012
This game gives me the impression that both Saw and Saw II were made at the same time by different people who took the same basic graphics and decided to tell their own tale and use their own gameplay mechanics. Now, I know that is not what happened but it makes you think how the first could have wound up worlds better than this sequel.
Where to start with this pile of steamy puke scented manure. Don't play this game, that at least I can be clear to say. Not even if your a fan of the movie franchise. Don't play this game.
The gameplay is mostly comprised of combat through quick time events, for which failing is instant death, and stumbling around invisible wall filled darkly lit hallways. Said hallways not even a high bright setting on your game / ps3 / or TV will fix. Its actually a mechanic built right into the game engine. Get a bit of damage on yourself (Not hard to do) and the screen gets a bit darker. Start to see the heart beat monitor on the bottom of the screen, welcome to the dark world. You'll find yourself sticking yourself with syringes not because your afraid of dying but because you can't see anything.
You will also find yourself dying more often than you'd like. Plus loading the game full of quick time combat does not make for fun playing. In fact it is the defining annoyance of this game.
It has added a few puzzles since the last game, which is probably the best point to the game. Its a small thing but with games this bad you have to find some kind of bright spot.
The graphics are sub-par, very sub-par. Sure, they have not noticeably gotten worse from the last but honestly that is not saying a thing. The former game made up for its poor graphics with decent gameplay, fun puzzles, and the like. This game only compounds its bad graphics with other horribly designed things like quicktime combat (only form of combat in the game!!), EXTREMELY poorly lit environments, and a throw away story your left wanting to erase from your memory.