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Watchmen: The End is Nigh Part 2 purchasing options

Submitted by on Thursday, 9 July 2009One Comment

Watchmen: The End is NighWe were pretty harsh on Deadline’s first Watchmen: The End is Nigh episode quoting its repetitive gameplay and lacklustre presentation as reasons fans of the property should give it a miss.

Having subsequently come out and admitted the title was somewhat rushed and not what they were hoping for themselves, Deadline have since gone into administration leaving the fate of the second episode of the comic-book-turned-movie adaptation up in the air.

“Good” news for those still interested in Watchmen as the follow-up volume is still very much coming out. And, considering the pricing point was one of the title’s main issues the first time around, it’s at least welcoming to see that there will be multiple options for those out there who might still be curious about the further adventures of Rorschach and Nite Owl.

First up is the “Complete Experience” which, as we mentioned previously, contains the Blu-ray of the groundbreaking movie along with Parts 1 and 2 of The End is Nigh. This pack, with its extra film footage and accompanying game, will cost a reasonable $49.99.

For those just wanting the game and are yet to experience the relentless button bashing of the first part, a retail version of parts 1 and 2 will be made available for $29.99. However, so far only a 360 version has been announced.

Finally, the second part of the game, once again featuring old buddies Nite Owl and the highly unhinged Rorschach as they get their hands dirty in the murky underbelly of the porn world will cost $14.99 – a full $5 cheaper than its predecessor.