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Watchmen: The End is Nigh The Complete Experience

Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Mature
34 customer reviews
Metascore: 59 / 100

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  • Play options include an engrossing single player campaign, as well as a local split-screen cooperative mode.
  • The two-disc complete experience is only available for the PlayStation 3 and contains the Director's cut of the Watchmen movie on Blu-ray disc and parts one and two of the game.
  • Contains exclusive collectible poster and History of Watchmen Timeline.
  • Movie contains Warner Bros. Maximum Movie Mode and Watchmen Focus Point which includes The Minutemen, Girls Kick Ass, Rorschach's Mask and much more.
  • Play both as Rorschach, a feral, streetwise fighter who can disarm enemies to use their own weapons against them and Nite Owl, a refined fighter who uses martial arts expertise and high-tech wizardry.
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Watchmen: The End Is Nigh Part 1 follows Rorschach and Nite Owl as they track down the evil Underboss, who recently broke out of prison and has sent his violent thugs loose in New York City. The city needs saviors and only masked vigilantes will answer the call. Watchmen: The End Is Nigh Part 2 delves further into the partnership of Rorschach and Nite Owl before the hero-banning Keene Act. In Part 2, Rorschach contacts Nite Owl to get his help in solving the case of a missing girl, Violet Greene. Along the way Rorschach uncovers that a woman from his past is involved with the disappearance, leading to a conflict of interest between the partners. New Installment of Watchmen Mythology: Set more than a decade before the events of the feature film, the two long-form, episodic videogames help to develop the backstory between Nite Owl and Rorschach and leads fans right into the film.

Originally released exclusively as episodic digital downloads, now players on the PlayStation 3 can get get both part one and two of Watchmen: The End is Nigh, along with a copy of the Director's Cut of Watchmen the movie on one Blu-ray disc and exclusive artwork, in the Watchmen: The End is Nigh Complete Experience. A prequel to the events of Watchmen, the celebrated graphic novel by writer Alan Moore, artist Dave Gibbons, and colorist John Higgins, and released at the same time as Watchmen the movie, the games follow the personal struggles and vocational adventures of freelance costumed vigilantes in an alternate history of the United States. The games featuring both single player and a local co-op multiplayer option and offer players the choice of two playable characters: Rorschach and Nite Owl.

'Rorschach releasing some rage in 'Watchmen: The End is Nigh Complete Experience'
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Nite Owl kicking some butt in 'Watchmen: The End is Nigh Complete Experience'
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Co-op gameplay in 'Watchmen: The End is Nigh Complete Experience'
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The lines between good and evil have been blurred and crime and terror run rampant in the streets unchecked. The alleys, rooftops, and sewers are crawling with criminals and brutal gangs. And now to make matters worse, Underboss—in a daring escape—has broken out of prison and is ruling with vicious darkness. The city is in need of saviors and only masked hero vigilantes answer the call. Answer the call in Watchmen: The End Is Nigh.

Key Features

  • Two Watchmen Characters - Play either as Rorschach, a feral, street-wise fighter who can disarm enemies to use their own weapons against them, or Nite Owl, a refined fighter who uses martial arts expertise and high-tech wizardry.
  • Fierce Action - Fight and watch the blood fly through six chapters of gut-wrenching in-your-face action.
  • Intense, Visceral Battles - Fight up to 20 enemies at the same time with bloody, street-fighting moves.
  • Local Multiplayer - Clean up the streets with friends in split screen co-op multiplayer competition, or solo.
  • Advanced Audio/Video Support - The game supports in-game Dolby Digital and HDTV 1080i.
'Watchmen: The End is Nigh Part 2' game logo
It's June 1977, and any day now the passage of the Keene Act will outlaw all masked vigilantes not sanctioned by the government. In the meanwhile, Rorschach has uncovered a strange and mysterious missing person's case. Together with the help of Nite Owl, the pair has set out to find the missing young girl in Watchmen: The End is Nigh Part 2. Their search takes them deep into the depraved, sleazy corners of the city, and eventually face-to-face with the mysterious Twilight Lady. The seedy underbelly of New York beckons … will you take the call?

Key Features

  • The Journey Continues - Rorschach and Nite Owl once again prowl the back alleys of the city in their quest for justice, and you get to play as either character throughout the game.
  • Voice Acting - Patrick Wilson and Jackie Earl Haley reprise their roles as Nite Owl and Rorschach from the film, supplying voiceovers for the crime-fighting characters.
  • Fierce Action - Fight and watch the blood fly through loads of gut-wrenching, in-your-face action.
  • Game Modes - In addition to a robust single player option Watchmen: the End is Nigh Part 2 features local split-screen co-op multiplayer support, allowing players to bring justice to the city alone or with a sidekick.
  • Advanced Audio/Video Support - The game supports in-game Dolby Digital and HDTV 1080i.
Watchmen: The Director's Cut & Exclusive Artwork
Along with both games in the Watchmen series, The Watchmen: The End is Nigh Complete Experience for playStation 3 also features additional exclusive Watchmen artwork, as well as a copy of the Directors Cut of Watchmen, the movie on Blu-ray disc. This new verision of the action-packed 2009 blockbuster includes an additional 25 minutes of footage not seen in theaters, and together with the included artwork is destined to become a collector's item.

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  • Item Weight: 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: July 21, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,271 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By L. Columbus on July 23, 2009
I purchased this package and in my opinion it's a pretty good deal, especially for the price Amazon is selling it at.

Yes, the game is pretty much a button masher, but for a 40 year old dude like me, that's fine; I don't want to spend hours learning mutliple button combinations and special moves. I played the PS3 demo and enjoyed the atmosphere of the game.

The Director's Cut of the film is on 1 DVD and the game and additional features from the film are on a separate DVD.

The special features on the game disc are the same ones included in the 3 disc Blu-ray set. The only thing you don't get is the digital copy, which would be in standard definition only anyway, so no big loss.

*Here is an interesting point with this set* The bonus features on the game disc will play on your standard Blu-ray DVD player! I tried it in my Samsung unit and the menu comes up and they play perfectly.

So, if you think you want both parts of the PS3 game and the director's cut of the film, I think this set is an OK deal. As a small bonus, you also get a poster featuring Rorschach and Nite Owl and a fold out Watchmen Timeline taking you through key points in the Watchmen storyline. Neither is very impressive, but they are exclusive to this set as far as I know. The case is a standard 3 sided fold-out with a disc on the left and right panels and a slot containing the inserts in the center.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Francis M. Anderson on July 28, 2009
The Watchmen have come home, and if you are looking for the best package to purchase for Watchmen: The Director's Cut and own a PS3 then I highly recommend the Watchmen: The End is Nigh Complete collection.

The games included are the two brawler games released as down-loadable content. These games look absolutely awesome, but the all brawn and no brains style of game included is only passable. The proceedings start off rather awfully as you begin with just a simple fast but weak and slow but painful punch combination, and a simple but rather useful dodge. Things get a bit better as you gain more punch combos, brutal finishers and throwing moves, but the action is never truly elevated over the 'walk in, clear a room then rinse and repeat' formula established in the first level of the game.

Non-Watchmen faithful will probably find the games mockingly awful, but as a Watchmen fan I found myself to be a cheap date for this game. It was just short enough to keep me playing, and was a perfect palate cleanser after digesting the all beef buffet that is the Watchmen movie.

The Director's Cut Blu-Ray is like a bundle of Watchmen goodness that keeps on giving. It is the Everlasting Gobstopper of Watchmen viewing. Not only is the possibly too epic for the theater cut of the movie much more of a pleasure to watch in the comfort of your own home, but it is filled to the brim with extra features that are actually worth viewing for a change.

Zach Snyder's 'Extreme Experience' might sound like it was named by the PR people for Mountain Dew, but it is a great way of getting a first hand walk through the Watchmen. It is like having Snyder in your house telling you all about making his movie, and the love that was put into this film by all involved really shines here.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By K. Pring on October 26, 2009
This is a great package overall, for starters you get the blue-ray movie with all the special features etc (which in and of itself is the price of the game) and on top of the movie is the game. The game itself acts as a prequel to the movie, with movie scenes based in comic form. The special feature of the blue-ray and the game fill in many gaps in the making of the movie and the concepts of the book.

The game play starts out slow, Nite Owl and Rorschach start with very basic moves but quickly works into a great variety of attacks and defensive moves that has the characters taking on hoards of people with relative ease. Each character collects tokens and find hidden areas for their upgrades. It is a challenging game with some decent replay value, the controls are easy but the camera angles, not so much, but if you can get over that hiccup then the game is a nice look at the Watchmen's world and some of the altered parts of it that made the history of their world so radically different from ours.

Overall, I'd say it's a good deal and great buy.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Khalid Mundwiller on October 6, 2009
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I originally purchased Watchmen on Blu Ray for around $21 and this was only a few bucks more. For the money, you get everything you get with the Blu Ray release plus a 4-5 hour beatem'up game. Its pretty simplistic, but a fun way to waste a few hours, that's for sure.

The graphics while good, are a bit on the drab side, the collission detection is a little lacking, and sadly, the story is non existent.

As for the movie, I really liked it. It fits well with the comic and was entertaining.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kikind on May 17, 2010
When I first found the Watchmen Video game in PSN over a year ago I figured it would be a fun and engaging game. I even read a story about it in EGM which pretty much put it out there to be a great game with engaging game play and a bit more back story on one of my favorite characters, Rorschach. After playing through the first game, I found myself horribly disappointed. Being the fool that I am I still bought the second game in hopes of a slight improvement, what I found was pretty much the same game, just a few changes in scenery.

My biggest problem I had with this game is the game play. It plays exactly like one of those rail fighter games from back in the early playstation and playstation 2 eras. Kind of like fighting force, but much worse. Fighting plays the same through the entire game and earning new combos doesn't change up the fighting too much. Almost every time you take out an enemy you're treated to a 'slow mo' finisher move that seems pretty cool in the beginning but tends to get old after a few levels. I personally enjoyed the first 2-3 levels, because the game play was light and while repetitive, seemed enjoyable. My biggest problem with the original God of War was roughly the same. The game would be fun and but it would get really repetitive really quick. If you do end up purchasing this game, I suggest you take it a few levels at a time, maybe per week, to ensure you actually get some kind of enjoyment out of this game.

I figured hey, they're going to throw a wrench in the works and make this game more challenging or interesting by introducing game play elements into the mix, right? Wrong.
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