While patrolling the halls of the San Diego Comic-Con, we came across the first teaser art for Konami's upcoming sequel to their surprisingly good Saw: The Video Game (review here) entitled Saw II: Flesh & Blood so we figured that we'd share!
The official trailer has come online for Konami's upcoming sequel to their surprisingly good Saw: The Video Game (review here) entitled Saw II: Flesh & Blood, and we have all the gamey goodness waiting for your eyes to feast upon.
Some more goodies have come online for Konami's upcoming sequel to their surprisingly good Saw: The Video Game (review here) entitled Saw II: Flesh & Blood, and we have them for you all chained up and ready to explode.
Despite there being a myriad of sequels to the original NES game Castlevania, the last really good one was Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. Still, you have got to give Konami credit for keeping the ball in play and always trying. Hopefully their latest attempt, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, will knock it out of the park. One thing's for certain - the trailer looks damned good!
Gore! Demonic plagues! Creatures! Eviscerated bodies! Yep, sounds like another winning idea for a video game, and between Silent Hill 8, Saw II, and now this brand new title NeverDead, Konami looks to be taking digital horror by storm in the upcoming months!
As an avid gamer and horror fan, one of my favorite pastimes has always been roaming around the ashy streets of Silent Hill. Thanks to Konami and a rabid fanbase, we'll soon be doing so again as the publisher has just announced that Silent Hill 8 will soon be available for the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360!
Last year's Saw: The Video Game (review here) was way better than it had any right to be. Today Konami officially announced its sequel along with the news that Tobin Bell will be back to voice Jigsaw! Honestly? No one else could possibly do it!
Earlier in the month video game journalists gathered together in San Francisco for Konami's annual Gamers Night, an event where Konami reveals new line-ups, hands-on gameplay, and sometimes teaser trailers that make you cry “MOAR”.
Surprisingly enough, the first Saw game that debuted last year on home video game consoles was pretty damned good. It wasn't anything groundbreaking, mind you, but it got the job done and kept most gamers playing until its end.
Reviewed by Ryan "Plagiarize" Acheson Available for the Xbox 360 (reviewed), PlayStation 3 Published by Konami Want to get Saw for only $8.95? Click here to find out how!
This one slipped under the radar, as sometimes it is difficult to tell what is purely fantasy and what nosedives right into our creepy neck of the woods. With Castlevania: Lords of Shadow we've got a mask purported to return the dead to life, legions of bloodthirsty monsters, and a lead character who walks around with a mad on, just itching to turn anything he comes across into a smear of gore. Let's check the vitals...
On October 6th Konami's Saw The Video Game will be unleashed on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 consoles. That's right, gamers will finally be able to join in on Jigsaw's games, and in celebration of this upcoming gory event, we've got a couple of prize packages you should really sink your teeth into!
It's no secret that nine times out of ten video games based on movie licenses end up sucking, but man, that one percent of folks who get things right really knock it out of the park. Since the whole premise of the Saw franchise is based upon playing grisly games, it's a safe bet that Saw: The Video Game stands a better than average chance of landing safely within that elusive one percentile.
Konami's Saw: The Video Game looks to be coming along quite nicely! Tobin Bell has officially signed on to play Jigsaw, and the look of the game is very much on the money! Don't believe me? See for yourself.