Reviews and Problems with Watchmen: The End Is Nigh Part 2
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13 September 2012
Summary: Watchmen: The end is nigh part 2 does get some parts right. Local splitscreen co-op is something you sadly don't see very often today and i was thrilled when the game recognized my third party controller without any fuss. The visuals are alright and it is fun to play as the characters from the comic/movie. The rest of the game though is quite disappointing to say the least. The combat system feels stiff and unsatisfying and it gets repetitive really quick.
Summary: This game is more like a long demo. The hand to hand fighting is fun and a good change from shooters. If the developer had made it 50% longer, and varied the characters and levels it would be a pretty good game. It's just too short and repetitive. It's a $4.99 game.
Summary: Watchmen: The End is Nigh part 2 is not a brawler I would recommend, the graphics are ok, voice acting is good but sound effects are just ok, controls are good, the story about rape is disgusting and left me feeling dirty after playing this, and there is basically no replay value, all in all i would recommend not playing this.
Summary: A nice change from shooters. All the action is physical fighting. I enjoyed that part. It's more like a long DEMO than an actual GAME. I beat it in 45 minutes of game play. Very repetitive Weak Story Scenes repeat themselves over and over. Only 3 or 4 of the same characters that are seen through the entire game. I only paid about $2 dollars for it, so I wasn't too upset.
Summary: This is an decent game at first... then it gets extremely dull after 20 minutes. I purchased this in the Watchman Blu-ray bundle (movie, 1st and 2nd game). It can be fun playing as Rorshach, except after 5 minutes, the game throws nothing new at you... its the same 3 bad guys with generic environments, over and over until you beat the game. The only sort of 'puzzles' in both games and simply open garage door, roll under, pull lever.