Reviews and Problems with Watchmen: The End is Nigh
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Watchmen: The End is Nigh Part I Review
11 March 2010
Conclusion: Watchmen: The End is Nigh wins the award for the oddest Gamer Score point totals for Achievements ever. 8 points? 11 points? While some of the scoring is paltry for what are some pretty tough tasks in Watchmen: The End is Nigh , there are a few 36-point (again, ??
Excerpt: If there exists a comic series more grisly, brutal or morally undecided than the Watchmen series, I don’t think I want to see it. Alan Moore’s vision of a world with superheroes is a bleak place, filled with masked vigilantes combating what crime they can and a super-powered being dealing with his...
Violent but philosophical brawler inspired by the film.
Common Sense Media
11 January 2010
Summary: Parents need to know that this violent brawler based on characters made famous by the graphic novel and film of the same name is not intended for children. The hand-to-hand combat is exceptionally brutal.
Conclusion: The story is relatively boring with the same concept in which you fight bad guys at every door or passage way you have to take but with a positive note there are comic segments in which the story is told and their is some funny expletive dialect in which you might be laughing or you might be like...
Excerpt: Remember that terrible overpriced download-only Watchmen beat 'em up that came out around the time the movie hit theaters? Now it's packaged with new levels and released at retail in a box. The PS3 version is $50 and includes the movie, and the 360 edition just has the crappy game for $30.
Excerpt: Now, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and developer Deadline Studios offer Watchmen: The End Is Nigh -- a $20 digital release connected to the movie. Two days before Zack Snyder's big-budget adaptation of "Watchmen" opens nationwide, what will fans who want to take control of Rorschach and...