Saw game will be here next year

With lots of help from film makers.

Brash Entertainment has said its game tie-in for horror movie Saw is down for an October 2009 release.

The developer spilled its guts at a US press conference where punters got a taste of what to expect.

"You as game journalists are wasting your lives," the Jigsaw puppet told attending IGN reporters.

The game will apparently have lots of help from the film makers and bob in and out of the various Saw plots so far. It runs on Unreal Engine 3 too, which means it could well appear on 360 and PS3 - although nothing has been announced.

Saw is based around the idea of people being snatched from their day-to-day lives and put into horrific and eventually gory situations where they must make a sacrifice in order to obtain their freedom. Doing so should make them a better person and help them understand their faults.

It started out as a indie venture by a pair of Australians, who took their pilot to Hollywood and got the thumbs-up. One directed and one starred in it.

The first was film very good, if you ask me, and has prompted numerous sequels - the most recent being Saw IV.

Brash Entertainment was formed in 2007 as a publisher that will focus on making good games of films. It revealed it was working on a Saw title last June, and mentioned others such as 300 as a potential project.

Sometimes we include links to online retail stores. If you click on one and make a purchase we may receive a small commission. For more information, go here.

Jump to comments (37)

About the author

Robert Purchese

Robert Purchese

Senior Staff Writer

Bertie is senior staff writer and Eurogamer's Poland-and-dragons correspondent. He's part of the furniture here, a friendly chair, and reports on all kinds of things, the stranger the better.

Related

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 Remaster launches tomorrow

UPDATE: Activision finally confirms - and announces PS4 timed exclusivity.

Long-running Official Xbox Magazine shuts down

Future bosses say they've taken pay cuts to reduce lay-offs.

FeatureAs Riot bids to take on Blizzard and Valve, the studio faces challenges of its own making

"There are no limits" co-founder Marc Merrill tells us, as a new world order emerges.

E3 2021 dates confirmed

Expect a "reimagined" show.

You may also enjoy...

Comments (37)

Comments for this article are now closed. Thanks for taking part!

Hide low-scoring comments
Order
Threading