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Saw II: Flesh and Blood - Playstation 3

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Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • Gruesome Mechanical Traps - Jigsaw has devised a new series of traps that will force you to make life or death decisions as you witness the machines destroy others and yourself
  • Challenging Puzzles - A new set of puzzles will test your wits as you work quickly to advance through Jigsaw's game
  • New Combat System - The visceral fighting mechanic requires precise timing to defend yourself from aggressive minions
  • Unique Horror Experience - With a blend of intense combat, mind-bending puzzles, and a twisted storyline, players will face horror and terror that only SAW can deliver
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Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B002I0K6KY
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 19, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,575 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Platform: PlayStation 3

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Step into the dark and tormented world of SAW II and experience the gruesome traps that Jigsaw has created to test your will to survive. With newly implemented puzzles and combat system, players will need to think fast and react to pass the rigors of the tests Jigsaw has engineered. Set between the SAW and SAW II movies, the game follows Detective Tapp’s estranged son Michael, who becomes Jigsaw’s next subject while he is investigating father’s recent death.

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Saw II: Flesh & Blood
Gruesome Mechanical Traps
Gruesome Mechanical Traps

Synopsis

Step into the dark and tormented world of SAW II and experience the gruesome traps that Jigsaw has created to test your will to survive. With newly implemented puzzles and combat system, players will need to think fast and react to pass the rigors of the tests Jigsaw has engineered. Set between the SAW and SAW II movies, the game follows Detective Tapp’s estranged son Michael, who becomes Jigsaw’s next subject while he is investigating father’s recent death.

 

Pass Jigsaw's Tests
Pass Jigsaw's Tests
Unique Horror Experience
Unique Horror Experience

Features

  • Gruesome Mechanical Traps - Jigsaw has devised a new series of traps that will force you to you make life and death situations as you witness the machines destroy others and yourself
  • Challenging Puzzles - A new set of puzzles will test your wits as work quickly to solve the puzzles to advance you along Jigsaw's game
  • New Combat System - The visceral fighting mechanic requires precise timing to defend yourself from the aggressive minions
  • Unique Horror Experience - With a blend of intense combat, mind-bending puzzles, and a twisted story players will face horror and terror that only SAW can deliver

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4.0 out of 5 stars SAW II: FLESH AND BLOOD October 25, 2010
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This game is not by any means a game that sets new industry standards, but if you are a fan of the movies or the first game, give this one a try. The game play is most comparable to a really easy to use and fluid silent hill game. There are major improvements all across the board from the first game. The combat is much easier, the story is more complex and interesting and the game play is just better all around. Tobin Bell once again does the voice for jigsaw because the game would be a complete failure without him doing it, the graphics aren't really any different from the first game, maybe a little more polished and the same semi-cheesy sound effects are there from the first game along with the score from the movie. Really, one of the only negative things is that some of the puzzles (like in the first game) can be extremely frustrating. Here is the all-in-all, and keep in mind, i'm really comparing this to the first game and i'm also a big fan of the movie series.
game play - 9/10
graphics - 7/10
story - 8/10
sound - 8/10
"scare factor" - 6/10 (a few "jump out" moments here and there, with some cool gruesome scenes)
overall - pretty sweet game 8.5/10 and hope they make more!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Verified Purchase
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
I played and beat the first Saw video game, and I was pretty satisfied with the gameplay experience. But it had its flaws, most notably the combat system and sub-par graphics.

Saw II: Flesh and Blood is indeed better than the first, but it also has its flaws.

The games graphics are noticably much more polished and refined from the first, but at the same time they look very similar to the graphics of the first Saw game. A lot of the environment has also improved in terms of looks, as well as the animation of the characters, but the environment can also look extremely fake and boring at times as well. The voice acting is also better, but in some situations it becomes flat and doesn't actually sound right according to the situation that the characters are in.

The gameplay has improved over the first, except the combat system.
For those who are familiar with the combat system of the first game, you will find the newer combat to be very frustrating, as it is based on quick-timing events rather than just outright hitting the foe with a bat or your fists. Once you get close to an attacking enemy, time will slow down and you will have to follow on-screen instructions to take your enemy down. At first it can be hard and frustrating, but you will adapt over time. But honestly, I found the combat system from the first game to be much better.

One of the major improvements of the series is the new designs of the traps and other puzzles that you come across in the game, such as the lock-picking mechanic. The lock-picking mechanic looks more realistic that the previous one, but its too easy to unlock the door. They could have made it more challenging, but I guess this will have to do.

Another improvement that Saw II has is the length of the game.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Fun October 12, 2011
By B
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Verified Purchase
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
I liked this new Saw game more than I thought I would. It was a little more challenging than the first and the trophies were a little bit harder to achieve. However it was plagued with numerous issues such as hardlocking or crashing that were really irritating because you're unable save as much as you'd like. Also, it's disappointing that the endings are based off of your choice in the very beginning of the game which makes you play the entire game over from the beginning in order to get a different ending (or you could watch it on youtube I guess). Most likely you'll get the bad ending (like me). It was definitely worth the great price I got it at ($12)!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Deadis real alive December 1, 2010
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
When you compare this game and the first game to one another, you can really tell the difference. A lot of things have been cleaned up here, making this a smoother game transition than the first one. also, the game has more of a nice bloodbath feel in it and you want to set off a lot of traps just to see someone go down in that heap of glory. In fact, that's one of the great things about the game - failing has a nice place in your heart and, if you really need some replayability, you are going to have to want it on the dying side. Otherwise you simply have something you can play through and then thing "why do I have to get all the glory that soon," asking yourself where all the game went.

I've seen the controls compared to a Silent Hill game and I agree to a point, but the thing that Silnt Hill has going in a bad direciton sometimes (and i love SH so don't get me wrong here) is camera angling. This is not that stop and stick to whatever you get, with the angling working out better. You also have some moments when the game really goes out of its way to creep you out and I wish I would have gotten more of that. Honestly, "I wanna play a game" kicks off something terrible in a fun place within my psyche and I wanna play it through - safely.

another nice thing is the voicing that you get when you run into tapes and whatnot. sometimes I did feel liek I was fetching this or that, but that led my to Tbin Bell and his scratchy type of terrorizing vocals as he told me what was at stake. I enjoyed that and a few other things BUT I still would not say this is for everyone.

Fans - I am a fan myself so it got me - will like it. I know that from just talking to a few and seeing what they had to say.
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