More details on Konami’s upcoming game
Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. has roped in actor Tobin Bell for the upcoming Saw II: Flesh & Blood.
Bell, of course, will lend his vocal work for the role of Jigsaw.
Currently in development for the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3, the Saw II game goes deeper into the horror and mystery of Jigsaw’s subjects.
“Tobin Bell had such a prevailing performance in the first Saw game that there was no question about bringing him back for the sequel,” says Shinji Hirano, President of Konami Digital Entertainment Inc. “Having Tobin’s voice and likeness in Saw II: Flesh & Blood will give players their own haunting one-on-one relationship with Jigsaw, creating a horrifying and frightening experience that no Saw fan will ever forget.”
Saw II: Flesh & Blood invites players back into Jigsaw’s twisted world in an entirely new storyline that takes place between the first and second film. This time around, players are put in the shoes of Detective Tapp’s estranged son Michael, who has been captured by Jigsaw after betraying his father.
As the game evolves, players will face mind-bending puzzles, as they navigate their way through Jigsaw’s terrifying world, and defend themselves against his minions. Players must survive a new collection of traps such as “Elevator Music,” which chains victims to an elevator that will tear their bodies in half if they fail to solve three sets of puzzles before time runs out.
The game will be released in North America, as will the seventh installment of the Saw film franchise in 3-D, which is expected to hit theaters nationwide this Halloween.
Source: Shock Till You Drop