Summary: This game was bought for a Christmas gift.A my hubby says it is a really good game so I guess we will see when they open it for Christmas. This is a game my kids had the demo and loved itso we bought the game.
Summary: I loved the move (as the title suggests). It wasn't what I expected at all. Somehow I missed the R rating and didn't realize just how violent and explicit it was; but I liked it. The CGI, the fight scenes, everything just kept me drawn in. I never heard of the Watchmen prior to the movie and I liked how the movie took the time to give you a bit of history of some of the characters. I thought it was an excellent movie. Now the game was ok.
Summary: I picked this up at a local game store yesterday, and so far the game is an absolute blast! It's a bit sluggish at first but I got used to it quickly. Even if you don't like the game, it also comes with the Watchmen Director's Cut on Blu-ray, which makes this an excellent value because the Director's Cut on Blu-ray by itself is $30 at certain retailers. Get this if you're a fan of Watchmen.
What happened to the American dream?! It came true!"
A. A. BADER "Q8 AL BADER", Amazon
29 July 2009
Summary: Closely adapted from the original graphic novel (apparently one of the best novels ever; I only found out about it from this film), "The Watchmen" is a very different superhero movie. It's dark, bleak, and extremely R-rated. It focuses less on the action (although there is enough to keep it exciting), and much more on drama, thought-provoking themes and ideas, and character development. It is also very long (three hours for the director's cut).