Summary: JIgsaw appears, Hello Zepp plays. The protag isnt supposed to look like a character from the movies. The story is interesting The traps are fun. The puzzles are fun. They are way to many collectibles. Combat consist of quick time events and Bullish Man battles are tedious as hell.
Exceptionally better than the first, but not without its flaws.
20 February 2011
Summary: 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.
Summary: 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.
Summary: 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.
It really isn't as bad as people make it out to be
Z. Boardman "ZB", Amazon
18 November 2014
Summary: I actually enjoyed this game, but from all the negative reviews, I was really hesitant. It basically just a copy and paste of number 1 really, but the thing that is a significant change good and bad was the difficulty because I thought the first was a walk in a park but this one was difficult doing...
Summary: I bought this game on the cheap and I am pleasantly surprised by it. I was expecting it to be really really rubbish. It reminds me of the old Resident Evil games (just with much better graphics). You go round, interact with things and do puzzles and tasks. It's not hard to use.