- Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
- Release Date: Jul 29, 2009
- Summary: [Downloadable Game] It's June 1977, and any day now the passage of the Keene Act will outlaw all masked vigilantes not sanctioned by the government. Rorschach has uncovered a mysterious missing person's case. Together with the help of Nite Owl, the pair has set out to find the young girl in Watchmen: The End is Nigh Part 2. Their search takes them deep into the depraved, sleazy corners of the city, and eventually face-to-face with the mysterious Twilight Lady. The seedy underbelly of New York beckons … will you take the call? The journey continues: Rorschach and Nite Owl once again prowl the back alleys of the city in their quest for justice. Play as either character throughout the game. Voice acting: Patrick Wilson and Jackie Earl Haley reprise their roles as Nite Owl and Rorschach from the film, supplying voiceovers for the characters. Game modes: Play in single player or split-screen co-op multiplayer mode and bring justice to the city. [Warner Bros.]… Collapse
TylerHSep 24, 2009This is an decent game at first... then it gets extremely dull after 20 minutes. I purchased this in the Watchman Blu-ray bundle (movie, 1st and 2nd game). It can be fun playing as Rorshach, except after 5 minutes, the game throws nothing new at you... its the same 3 bad guys with generic environments, over and over until you beat the game. The only sort of 'puzzles' in both games and simply open garage door, roll under, pull lever. Probably best to advoid, you wont be missing anything.… Expand
Jan 8, 2011A nice change from shooters. All the action is physical fighting. I enjoyed that part. It's more like a long DEMO than an actual GAME. I beat it in 45 minutes of game play. Very repetitive
Scenes repeat themselves over and over. Only 3 or 4 of the same characters that are seen through the entire game. I only paid about $2 dollars for it, so I wasn't too upset. I could have been a GREAT GAME, but they need more chapters that are different, stronger story line, more characters. Verity is the SPICE OF LIFE!
The ORIGINAL SPIZYCHICKEN… Expand
Sep 13, 2012Watchmen: The end is nigh part 2 does get some parts right. Local splitscreen co-op is something you sadly don't see very often today and i was thrilled when the game recognized my third party controller without any fuss. The visuals are alright and it is fun to play as the characters from the comic/movie. The rest of the game though is quite disappointing to say the least. The combat system feels stiff and unsatisfying and it gets repetitive really quick. Prepare yourself to fight the same guys with the same boring moves over and over again for that is what you are going to be doing the biggest part of the game. Add that the AI is pretty much broken and you get a pretty worthless fighting-game. From time to time i found the AI standing beside me waving their arms and refusing to attack me. I could literary walk away from the computer and still be at full health when i returned. No stay away from this game no matter the price. I can only recommend it do die hard Watchmen fans and people dying for a cheap splitscreen co-op game.… Expand