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Fans on the puke-inducing Saw horror films could be in for some disappointing news, because it’s rumoured that production of a game based on the film series has stalled.

Saw: The Videogame is thought to be almost complete, but a report by website IGN alleged that the title’s developer and publisher – Brash Entertainment – has now decided pull out of the project, possibly due to financial concerns.

Further development of the game is now thought to have gone out to tender, but it’s still unclear if the original October 2009 launch date will be met because of the setback.

If launched, then the title’s set to appear on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC. Very little’s known about the game’s storyline, but most of the actors from the films are rumoured to have lined themselves up for voiceovers.

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