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Watchmen: The End Is Nigh Part 2
5.9 out of 10

Watchmen: The End Is Nigh Part 2

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Overall 1

User Review

eddym, Metacritic
8 August 2014
  • Summary: Somehow I ended up with Watchmen 1 and 2. My comment? Game is way too short and repetitive. Boring and all kinds of things like that (must be 150 characters).
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Overall 4

User Review

TheQuietGamer, Metacritic
6 February 2011
  • 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...
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Overall 10

Five Stars

eileen bulman, Amazon
22 May 2015
Overall 8

Good for fans...

Joe P, Amazon
10 February 2013
  • Summary: I enjoyed this game. The main reason for my satisfaction however is probably that I loved the original WATCHMEN novel and film. For non-fans, or people wishing to be introduced to the franchise, this is not a great buy. It is a good game, but a standard beat-'em-up.
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Overall 10

Dark rainy streets of sick violent briliance

dregj, Amazon
1 April 2011
  • Summary: A brilliant little beat em up with my two favourite watchmen characters in. Choose between the gadget laden Nite Owl and the savage raw agression of Rorschach. The character you play as significantly alters the game play experience.Nite Owls combat style is a more slow moving martial artist with the...
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Overall 6

Short, very basic beat-em-up....but fun while it lasts

mosta67, Amazon
31 July 2009
  • Summary: Unlike the film, this is a shallow video game with no pretensions. It's a fun but very short third person beat-em-up with crunchy effects and some amusing finishing moves. Easy to play, you choose between Nite Owl (costumed kung fu with gadgets) and Rorschach (nutcase in a trenchcoat).
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