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I read all the reviews and understood that this game wouldn't be everyones cup of tea but I didn't realise how shocking it would be. I'm guessing a divorcee or someone who hates the opposite sex created this game as the story focuses much on men and how much they cheat and get scared in relationships.
The levels are all the same and there are horrendously long scenes in between the repetitive levels which makes it feel more like you're watching a movie more than playing a game. I was very disappointed in this game, especially after everyone said how brilliant it was.....
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Good graphics, engaging storyline, brilliant combat scenes, good variety of plasmids and weapons as well as enemies. Splicers are quite freaky at times (especially if you have surround sound!) the whole game has a pretty creepy feel to it which makes this game insanely brilliant. Eerie 50s music accompaining amazing layouts, massive levels and amazing interaction. The controls are easily explained and movement is flawless. I finished it a month ago and I'm already playing it again! For the money it is you will be kicking yourself if you don't buy it! Absolutely loved it - cannot fault it in the slightest. In my top 5 games for 2010 for sure.
Saw II: Flesh & Blood
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I enjoyed the first Saw game even though it had a few glitches here and there but this 2nd game has seemed to go backwards. The controls are slow and the combat scenes are atrocious and worse than the first game! The controls are frustrating until you get used to them. Puzzles are good (the first couple you play) but not very well explained by Jigsaw and get insanely repetitive. The whole game seemed to be a lot shorter than the first game too. Maybe I enjoyed the first game more because it was the novelty of the Saw Game. Was really looking forward to playing this game but was severely disappointed.