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SAW - Playstation 3

by Konami
Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Mature
42 customer reviews
Metascore: 59 / 100

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  • Traps of Lethal Cunning: Jigsaw has laid out a gauntlet of torturous traps for a handful of innocents. Only you stand between them and the most brutal death imaginable. Think quickly and act! The clock is ticking.
  • Choices of conscience: The player is forced to make difficult moral choices. Who lives and who dies in the game is determined by the player's choices.
  • Mysteries Revealed: Unanswered questions from the films are finally laid to rest. Gamers will discover the origin of Jigsaw and why he devoted his life to games, while also finding out what happened to the characters from the first SAW movie.
  • An Ecology of Terror: The asylum in which Jigsaw has trapped you is abandoned, but it is far from empty. It is a living world of horror populated by Jigsaw's minions and the insane souls they torture... and they have no intention of letting you leave.
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Jigsaw has killed your partner and destroyed your life. Now he has trapped you in an abandoned insane asylum that he alone controls. If you can defeat his brutal traps and survive, you may just discover the truth behind what drives this twisted serial killer. SAW is a third-person perspective, survival horror game based on the SAW film franchise, which has grossed more than $665M worldwide and sold more than 28 million DVDs. The game features many of the deadly mechanical traps seen in the film, as well as terrifying new ones. Players will pit their wits against Jigsaw as they navigate his world in an attempt to evade and escape his gruesome traps, while also struggling against his minions in brutal combat by using weapons found within the environment. SAW, the video game, is based on a treatment from Zombie Studios and the creators of the SAW franchise, Leigh Whannell and James Wan. The timeline for the game takes place between the movies: SAW and SAW II, giving the game its own story, yet fitting within the narratives of the movies. The story centers on Detective David Tapp who awakens in a decrepit, abandoned asylum. He has been captured by his longtime nemesis, Jigsaw. Obsessed with catching this serial killer, Tapp’s mission has consumed him and ruined his family, resulting in divorce, mental imbalance, and abandonment. Worse yet, this frantic hunt destroyed Tapp’s career while he watched his long-time friend and partner get killed by one of Jigsaw’s traps. Now Jigsaw has the upper hand and has captured the detective. Tapp must play a deadly game—the likes of which he has been investigating for years—to escape, and in order to do so he must survive the lethal traps and puzzles that Jigsaw has put in place for him and others. But each victim has a dark connection to Tapp. Will Tapp save them? Can he survive his obsession to find the Jigsaw killer?

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Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 6, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,755 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Michael Fairgrieve on October 10, 2009
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
I'm a huge fan of the Saw movies, so when I heard they were releasing a game I was ecstatic. But then I thought, what if this is just another miserable attempt to capitalize on a movie franchise in the form of a video game? Especially since the Saw movies aren't usually rated very highly by critics. Still, I made the leap and I'm glad that I did.

You play Detective Tapp from the first Saw movie (Yes, apparently you survived, and no, unfortunately Danny Glover isn't in this game). The story takes place after the first movie but before the second. Probably a good decision on the designers' parts since those tend to be the more popular movies. You start off in a bathroom very similar to the one used in the first movie, but not exactly the same one, thankfully. The very first trap you are faced with is the reverse bear trap (You know, the one Amanda was in during the first movie?), and you have to get out of it immediately. This started off being really frustrating because I didn't notice the buttons that showed up when you needed to push them, but after awhile I caught on and the real game began. That pretty much sets the tone for the game; a bunch of puzzles and traps that might seem ridiculously impossible, but once you become aware of what's around you they aren't so bad.

Other than that the game is pretty much trap after trap, victim after victim, and fight after fight. This might sound repetitive, and in a way it is, but I think fans of the movie will be intrigued by what is to come. I know I was. Playing this game in the dark with the almost complete lack of music really kept me on my toes constantly. You never know when you might accidentally run into a trip wire, open a door rigged with a shotgun, or step on some broken glass (your character plays barefoot, by the way).
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Christian A. Orton on October 6, 2009
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
Essentially (and not surprisingly), this is Silent Hill: Homecoming. Controls are the same, graphics are the same, combat is the same. It's the same game, except for a Saw-twist on things. The puzzles seem to be a little easier. My advice is to download the demo of Silent Hill: Homecoming (if there is one) and see if you like it. If you do, you'll like Saw: The Video Game. It's not a game you'll show off to your friends, but it's one you can take turns with friends and play through in one night because it's engaging, like the Saw movies are. In fact, it's really hard to put down. I kept telling myself I'd quit after one more puzzle, but I kept playing it until it was over. Short, but a fun game. Ideally, a good, fun rental. If fun's the whole purpose of a game, then this is a winner.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By R. Stevens on October 30, 2009
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
Tellurye, here with another review brought to you by Fedora Technologies. Got 3D? This time we look at SAW: The Video game

STORY: You play as Detective Tapp from the first SAW movie. Actually, a few characters from the SAW world are here, though no likeness or voice-work from any of the original cast EXCEPT Tobin (more on sound). You basically are caught by Jigsaw and you have to escape as he puts treacherous traps and puzzles in your way. You soon learn that you are not alone in the Asylum, and while you are trying to get out, everyone is more focused on killing you for some reason. You have to play the game to find out why.

GRAPHICS: Great use of the unreal engine here. I never get sick of looking at it. The levels are very detailed, with little touches like worn wallpaper, faded paint, furniture. Great lighting effects too, even on the PS3 which sometimes tends to be washed out. Lots of dark places, so you are using a lighter most of the game to find extra weapons and such, but it doesn't take away from the atmosphere. That may be annoying for some aesthetically, but it does not limit your movement.

SOUND: Fortunately, TOBIN BELL does lend his voice and it is AWESOME! Really sets the mood. Voice work is done well from the rest of the folks also, but Tobin's really sticks out. The laughing, creaking, and music really set the tone. Fun to play in the dark

GAMEPLAY: Uh, here's where it suffers a bit, and why I think the critics were harsh on it. The fighting is really sluggish and super slow to respond, regardless whether you are doing light or heavy attacks. And the animation plays out so long after you swing, or recover from an attack, that the thug is already attacking you again before you can react.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By The Matrix Fan VINE VOICE on December 27, 2009
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
Length: 9:58 Mins
Pros +

+ Feels just like a SAW movie - Tobin Bell does the voice of Jigsaw
+ Simple control scheme
+ Unique traps created for the game

Cons -

- Puzzles and traps get repetitious
- Flawed combat system
- Does not take long to complete / low replay value
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Timothy N. Edwards on December 15, 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
The title implies that it is going to be a gory button-masher, but nothing could be further from the truth. The majority of the game is spent completing challenges and puzzles, and they are hard. Fighting enemies is very hard. This is Jigsaw at his best, and it will keep you at the edge of your seat.

I played it for 5 hours the first day I got it...and didn't pick it up again. I played other games I had just bought for hours in order to finish them. After that first rush, I didn't get that feeling with this one. For some reason, I just didn't want to play it anymore. I put it up for sale a couple of days later.

Is it a good challenging game with good graphics - Yes. Do I want to play it again - No...and I don't know why.
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