Saw: The Videogame, the adaptation of the long-running horror film series, is reportedly the latest victim of the financial difficulties besetting Brash Entertainment, with the title now looking for a publisher.
Scheduled for the latter half of 2009 - coinciding with the release of the sixth film - Saw: The Videogame was to be an Unreal 3 powered take on the sadistic series. However, the game's developer and publisher Brash Entertainment has recently laid off several staff members and is in the process of jettisoning projects – and the Saw adaptation looks to be one of them.
Horror site Bloody Disgusting – picked up by Destructoid – is reporting that the game is out to tender, and although work on Saw: The Videogame is nearly complete it is now looking for a new publisher.
We've reached out to Brash for confirmation of the game's status, and will keep you updated when we hear anything back.