Saturday, April 4, 2009

Konami bought the rights to the "Saw" game

Saw fans can now somehow feel to get engage with Jigsaw as Konami confirmed that they bought the rights to the video game original publisher Brash who went bankrupt.

The "Saw" game will be released on PC, PS3 and X-Box 360 these fall to coincide with Saw VI theatrical release.

According to Variety, After Brash went bankrupt last fall, rights to the game reverted back to movie studio Lionsgate, which considered but ultimately rejected the idea of handling publishing itself. Konami then picked up the license and engaged developer Zombie, which was handling production for Brash, to finish "Saw" under its direction.

Konami explained that "Silent Hill" is their creepy game franchise and "Saw" to be their intensively repulsive survival horror game - a kind of “graphic, intense horror that overwhelms you”

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