Saw User Reviews
Very Scary environments.
Great Sound effects.
Combat could have been better.
Rooms may seem same after a while.
More variety of puzzles would have been good.
The game's name doesn't explain anything but the fact that it's based on the famous horror movie
series SAW, that's why I am gonna review this game.Also note that, this is an unbiased & spoiler-free
review of the PS3 game - 'SAW'.SAW is a horror, puzzle, action-adventure PS3 game. This game is also available for Xbox360 and PC. Though, PS3 version of SAW have lot less loading times & clearer graphics.Other than that, every version plays in the same way.
A great game overall, of which I will give in-depth review of.And will help you in making a right decision about this game. ...
In this game you will face many enemies, and puzzles, this could be a hard task. Problems will occur such as locked in a room with poisonous gas, being betrayed by people you spent your time saving, getting slammed by a baseball bat (NAILS INCLUDED!) in the face, and even wondering mindlessly around an abandon asylum with no flippin' clue which way you came in or get out, another problem, dare I say it, moving the camera around for 5 minutes to pick up your stupid revolver up you accidentally dropped. Picking things up can be as bad as in Silent Hill (The first game).
The game is challenging...
-Extremely similar to the movie: A hands-on-feel to the madness.
-Game gives an ‘in movie’ presentation: The game answers questions left out from the movies.
-Great character involvement: Voices provided for the game are those of actors from the movies.
-An overall appealing environment - Who wants to play in the sunshine when you have a suicide collar attached to your neck?
-Mind-bending puzzles: Get those brain juices working, you will need them!
-Plenty of gore and death: Plenty!
-Your choices affect the lives of others: Choose wisely - will you let yourself become a murderer?
-Redundant environment: A little easy to get lost at times mainly because much of everything looks dark, with little illumination and messy. But most abandoned buildings do therefore it is difficult to complain.
-Redundant puzzles: Picking locks can only be fun the first couple times.
-No replay value: Once you beat the game it will most likely collect dust.
-Semi-mediocre graphics: They could have been better, however, it is easy to tell it is a game from 09'.
-Horrible hand-to-hand combat: Combat mode is annoying at first to get used to and flailing a crutch or manaquen arm around to kill an enemy isn't exciting. The handling of combat mode is extremely weak.
If you’re a fan of the movie then most likely you will be a fan of the game, only a select group of people can stomach the gruesome murders shown in any of the Saw movies repeatedly. The game offers a lot of visually appealing trap kills. From getting your head blown off by a rifle set up by a door, to getting stabbed by needles constantly, or even becoming electrocuted. The list can go on and on for hours.
The game takes place between Saw I and Saw II – taking place in an abandoned asylum. You play a detective that has thrown away his life to capture Jigsaw. Along your bloody journey throug...