Reviews and Problems with Watchmen: The End is Nigh
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Fans may want this, others steer clear
16 October 2014
Excerpt: played the demo for this game way back when, it intrigued me but other games distracted me and I just ended up forgetting about it. But my friend has this and I bought it off of him, what a waste of money.. I have watched the film and enjoyed it, this game was nothing on the film. Although when I saw that this was a kinda old style beat em up with a story relating to watchmen I was really excited.
Pros: Showed promise at the start
Cons: Boring, repetitive, lacking in gripping story
Summary: This game might be fun but if you have never played a game like Batman for example. The same fights over and over. No boss fights in the chapters/levels. You are not even jumping or climbing freely. Game is an insult to both comic and the movie. Only good thing is the poster coming with the box !!!
Excerpt: Despite less than flattering reviews in the press, I decided, having seen a hard copy going cheap on the high street, to pick up this collection of previously download only watchmen prequal games, parts one and two. How dissappointing then that what could have been a great game is a half thought out, brain numbingly repetitive entry into the superhero game catagory. It plays as a superhero hack and slash game with puzzle solving elements.
Pros: Interesting but thin story, Great weather effects and shadow, heroes in their prime
Cons: No online co op, short, repetitive, thin story, seems unfinished
Excerpt: Emerging around the same time as the film, Watchmen: The End Is Nigh has some praise-worthy attributes that, to a degree, help in distinguishing it from the crowd of mediocre film tie-ins. However, for what is a relatively short, download-only title, the hefty £12.99 price tag will dissuade many from indulging in the few hours of mindless fun that it offers.
Pros: Very pretty graphics, co - op, Rorschach, a bit of simple fun
Cons: Repetitive, short, glitches, expensive for a download