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Saw II: Flesh and Blood - Xbox 360

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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: Xbox 360

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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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Gruesome Mechanical Traps
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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.

 

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

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  • 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

Product Information

Platform:Xbox 360
ASIN B002I0HCBK
Release date October 19, 2010
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3.7 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #16,766 in videogames
#1,080 in Video Games > Xbox 360 > Games
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Product Dimensions 5.3 x 0.6 x 7.5 inches
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By Amazon Customer VINE VOICE on November 14, 2010
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
Saw 2 is hands and shoulders above its predecessor. Campbell and Michael are the main game players, both suffering from severe inner ear problems and vertigo as well as crippling polio, judging by there inability to walk a foot wide board of wood and running speed of just past crawling. With as twisty and complex a story as any Saw movie, the story holds up rather well. Michael Tapp finds himself in a stretch of abandoned real estate, trying to free the cops that were part of his fathers police unit.

Like its predecessor, the game struggles for atmosphere, but manages to pull it off rather well. The backgrounds are vivid and well detailed. In place of the same sequence of rooms from the prior game, it moves between a hotel, subway, hospital, and a school. Audio is still all Tobin Bell, though the other characters are well voiced, if a tad whiny and childish. The background from Detective Tapp still misses its mark, as they can't find a good voice actor to sound like Tapp.

Gameplay is where it falls flat. Everything except puzzles is a QTE. Dodging booby traps, holes in the floor and collapsing ceilings, combat and some cinematics, everything is quicktime events. While this sometimes contributes, it more often robs the moment of the feeling its going floor. The traps are repetitively repetitive, though the character traps are well made, few have the metaphorical irony that the Saw movies did so well, and few have any originality, though some are spot on. Boss fights are tedious and banal, and feel more like work. Save points are rare as diamonds, so you better have a good hour to play at each stint.

The tone is all wrong though. Jigsaw rewards ingenuity and drive, but he doesn't punish curiosity.
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I haven't finished the game entirely but I love it so far. I'd say I'm along the middle right now. I loved the first one as well minus the puzzles that were only guessing games. I was hoping they would get that right this time around but they exist in the sequel. It's quite frustrating to say the least. You'll find yourself assuming that you have figured out how to get past a puzzle, and once you pass it you see that it was mere luck...Other than that horrible occurence in the game it's actually pretty great.

-good graphics
-great soundtrack
-good Billy Puppet puzzles
-it keeps you on your toes
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Saw 2 flesh and blood is one of the
most challenging games out their i mean now you could die just like that if you don't press a certain button in time plus you have to figure it out by yourself because they didn't make a guide for part 2 like part 1 did have a guide for it. So if you're looking for a challenge then this game is.for you.
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I'm trying to figure out what I was thinking when I decide to buy this game. What should I have expected other than exactly what I got. Moving along from puzzle to puzzle, trying not to expire. The fact that this dynamic gets old quickly is bad enough. Add on the issues of the timing required of the quick time events to pass certain traps being both inconsistent and seemingly unresponsive at times and this game comes out being garbage. If you're a fan of the Saw movies, you won't get much out of this game. It's not scary, there are no thrills, there is no real excitement. I'd pass if I were you.
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this game follows the first saw game, but if you have not played the first saw game do not fret youll be just fine picking this up right off the bat, honestly i kind of recommend it, the frist game was horrible, but had easy achievements. this game actually has good graphics, look and feel like a survival horror game should be, captures the twisted mind of jigsaw perfectly. its a third person game that tries to play up the realism but keep the game balanced because your character really has the short end of the stick in saw fashion and must overcome the perils that the mastermind has set up to become truly free
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I actually enjoyed the first SAW game. Was it great? No, did it have flaws? Absolutely. But I actually enjoyed playing it more than I had any recent big name "horror" games that have just turned into 3rd person shooting fests. So I thought the second would be slightly better, or at least keep the same good things. And somehow....they didn't. I don't even know how that was possible since the same studio made both games. But this game is worse than the first one.

You start off with a new character and the Q.T.E events actually change each time you play so I was excited at first. Then after that first scene is solved, you go right back to the same kind of story as first game. So story wise it takes a hit, then the combat went from clunky but heart pounding, to more quick time events. And then while the QTE buttons changing seems exciting at first, you quickly find out that they didn't make enough puzzles for the game, so it's the same QTE over and over and over again. It's so bad, I actually quit this game and traded it away before I even finished it.

If you haven't played either one of these games before, Buy the first one. It's the superior of the two. This one is pretty close to garbage.
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