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GameSpot: Saw Review

After a while, the adventure begins to wear out its welcome. In the final few hours, the repeated puzzle types, the backtracking, and the sameness of the dank visuals and cramped hallways dull Saw's edge. Nevertheless, the game faithfully captures the heavy sense of dread that pervades the films, so it's a natural extension of the movie-going experience. Franchise fans will likely lap it up, though Jigsaw's latest scheme is unfortunately missing some important puzzle pieces.

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Transporter473232d ago

talk about harsh lol, well i don't think you can do a good saw game anyways

OGharryjoysticks3232d ago

and if you had the original Nightmare on Elm Street or Friday the 13th games for the NES, I'd play them right now too with a smile on my face.