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Saw II: Flesh & Blood Features More Devious Traps and Deaths

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Saw II: Flesh & Blood will be delivering a new story line that takes place between the first and second movie when the game hits the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 on Oct. 19.

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Gamers will be taking on the role of Detective Tapp's estranged son Michael, who is trying to understand his father's death. As with the movies and the first game, Saw II will be all about gruesome puzzles that end in painfully explicit deaths.

"Just the silhouette of the character in the trap had to make the viewer uncomfortable," said Zombie Studios Producer John Williamson. "You had to know instantly that something bad was going to happen to this person if you didn't get them out."

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The Laughing Man

In terms of a franchise I sort of always felt that SAW would have faired much better as an interactive puzzle game. Never played the first game, but I heard it was a decent puzzle/action mix.

In terms of the movies themselves though I can't really say much about them because torture isn't really my gig. I think overall they are just gory to be gory, sacrificing plot, acting, or any redeeming quality of the movie. If these are attempting to be horror movies why am I more grossed out then I am scared? Never understood that about "horror" movies of late...