Reviews and Problems with Saw II: Flesh & Blood
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Destroys All The Potential Of The First Game
4 May 2014
Summary: "SAW: The Video Game" was not a perfect game by any means, but it was still well made and had some elements to it that could potentially be redone and enhanced in a sequel. However, that sequel, "SAW II: Flesh & Blood," completely ruined everything that was great about the first game. On the surface, both games may look exactly the same, but dig deeper, and you'll find that they're as different as night and day.
Summary: 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.
Summary: 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.