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Game Description: Utilizing Unreal Engine 3 technology, the video game entry in the Saw franchise aims to deliver all of the horror and terror of the film series in stark, startling detail. Jigsaw's puzzles are far from finished, and in this game, you get to see Saw again in a whole new way in a plot that weaves back and forth through the various film plots and answers questions left unanswered in the movies.
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Saw: The Videogame News

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  • Preview: Saw: The Videogame

    All the cards are stacked against Saw: The Video Game. The Saw movie franchise sucks butt. Saw: The Video Game was originally developed by Brash Entertainment, before being taken over by Zombie Studios, and games from Brash suck butt. Movie-tie in games always suck butt. Our own Brian Leahy played an early demo of Saw: The Video Game before E3,...

    Posted August 7, 2009

    Preview: Saw: The Videogame
  • Saw Preview

    It's actually surprising it's taken this long for a Saw video game. Take away the blood and gore and each Saw movie is essentially about a victim having to solving a series of puzzles or face an untimely death. That's the basic premise of almost every video game, so it's only natural someone would eventually put the two together. Saw is not a...

    Posted June 5, 2009

    Saw Preview
  • 'Saw: The Videogame' Hands-On Impressions

    So how do you turn Saw into a video game? I still don’t know. The game, formerly in development at the newly closed Brash Entertainment is going to see a release this October for the PC, PS3, and Xbox 360 thanks to Konami. Saw takes the form of a puzzle/survival-horror hybrid and attempts to put the player in devious situations, while...

    Posted April 13, 2009| 20 Comments

    'Saw: The Videogame' Hands-On Impressions
  • First 'Saw: The Videogame' Screens Surface, Konami Horror Franchise Hopes High

    Konami's released the first images of the previously orphaned survival-horror title Saw: The Videogame. Originally being published by the now defunct Brash studio, Konami has Silent Hill-like hopes for this new video game franchise. ""Because we have leadership in the survival horror genre, we're passionate about it and wanted to find...

    Posted April 2, 2009| 38 Comments

    First 'Saw: The Videogame' Screens Surface, Konami Horror Franchise Hopes High
  • Brash Co-founder Steps Down

    Nicholas Longano, who co-founded Brash Entertainment with the company's CEO, Mitch Davis, is stepping down after only a year. The company which began with $400 million dollars in private funding, is aimed at grabbing up music, tv, and film licenses that turn into accompanying games. If you haven't heard of Brash, you've at least heard of their...

    Posted May 23, 2008| 1 Comment

    Brash Co-founder Steps Down
  • 'Saw' Game on the Way

    One of the most ravenously popular horror series in, like… ever, Saw, is getting a game after all. Turns out news has been quiet due to the game developer's advice to the Saw filmmakers. Quiet is better in the beginning according to Brash. They're looking at an October 2009 release date for the game which follows the first movie's...

    Posted May 16, 2008| 14 Comments

    'Saw' Game on the Way
  • Saw: The Videogame Review

    Posted: October 19, 2009

    20,944 Views | 02:26

  • Konami GamesCom 2009 Press Conference

    Posted: August 20, 2009

    3,054 Views | 50:34

  • Saw E3 2009 Assistant Producer Interview

    Posted: June 15, 2009

    4,236 Views | 03:27

  • Saw E3 2009 Trailer

    Posted: June 4, 2009

    8,179 Views | 01:15


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