Saw: The Videogame Previews - Xbox 360

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 Video Game Preview

    I got my hands on Konami's Saw: The Video Game and found, much to my surprise, it doesn't suck at all. It's actually pretty great.

    Posted: Aug 7, 2009 | 2 Comments

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