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|The Saboteur PC Computer Windows XP Vista 7 8 action adventure stealth ww2|
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|The Saboteur (PC, 2009) - 11111|
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|Experience the ultimate open-world action/adventure as The Saboteur. Fight, climb, and race your way through a uniquely stylized version of Nazi-occupied France, and hunt down your sworn enemies who have taken everything from you. Enter the seedy underground world of a saboteur living in 1940s Paris, where the women are sexy, the missions are epic, and the revenge is satisfying.|
|ESRB Descriptor||Blood, Intense Violence, Nudity, Sexual Themes, Strong language|
|Game Special Features|
|Game Series||African Safari|
Average review score based on 11 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
I purchased this game after buying a download ,cheap. I found this game is great,I play for hours at a time,the only hold back is you have to go so far back after geting killed each time.I also have alot of trouble with it freezing up the screen.Comparing this game against others,it is a geat game,well developed,and good graphic,mostly!Could use a few patches to correct a few things,but overall I'd recomend it to others! I have!
The only reason I'm not giving it a perfect score is because I haven't played the whole game yet to know. Very fun so far. Grand theft auto type of style with it's own edge. Set in WWII era. Good graphics... good story(so far)... worth the money. Nothing more fun than jackin a car and running over some Nazi's. ;)
This is a great little game. Although there are definite similarities to GTA or Mafia II, the Saboteur really has it's own niche and advantages. Overall, there's less driving around than the other games. The missions are shorter and the game pace is faster. There's not as many side missions as GTA, but there are some. The story/plot got my involved. I like it way better than Mafia I&II as most of the game elements are greatly improved over those games. If you like these types of games, definitely try this one. I was pleasantly surprised!
Bela ambientação, roteiro decente, boa movimentação de personagem e estilo de jogo.
Gráficos ultrapassados, sistema de controle horrível, terrível controle sobre veículos, poucas missões, poucas corridas, o jogador não faz nenhuma escolha durante o jogo e o roteiro acaba decepcionando no final.
Open world games seem to be a dime a dozen these days, and almost all of them are set in a certain time period, but none of them have attempted Nazi occupied Paris, until now.
You play as Sean Devlin, an Irish racecar driver in the early 1940's who is given a purpose to wreak wholesale vengeance on the Nazi regime in a Nazi occupied Paris and the surrounding area when the main antagonist, a Nazi named Kurt Dierker XXXXX your XXXX XXXXXX XXXX (I hate spoilers). you are then set on a path to revenge, hellbent on taking out Dierker, no matter what the cost. Sean is quickly noticed by the french resistance and joins forces with them to push the nazis out of Paris, and get him closer to killing Dierker. So far (as i have not finished the game yet) it is an interesting and engrossing story. The actors playing Sean could have been more convincing. While he barely keeps his irish accent consistent, his reactions to all around him, save for getting shot, seems a little detached, and full of cliche lines. much more cant be said about the other actors as well, all acting a little contrived, but still, the storyline is well paced enough to see past the shallow puddles of the characters (6/10)
Like any open world game, The Saboteur is full of things to do aside from the main storyline. the main story requires your driving from one location of informant to another and doing their dirty work for them. in the progression of the story, Sean evolves, with perks that boost your Sean's abilities in a variety of ways, and with the storyline on his road to revenge. this game is basically like any grand theft auto game, but set in WWII France, which can be fun and novel at times, especially with the cinematographic style that its presented in, but can also feel overdone if you've played any other sandbox games recently. Its a formula that works, but definitely wont stick in your mind as original (6/10)
I have never been partial to 3rd person shooters, but was able to adjust for games like GTA IV and Dead To Rights because they compensated for the awkward shooting angle by some edge: a locking targeting mechanism, and the bullet time mechanic, respectively. The saboteur does neither, relying on you to aim at your target yourself and not being very forgiving on a person with poor accuracy. Playing this game you will really feel lilke you're playing an odd lovechild of Grand Theft Auto IV and Assassin's Creed. Sean can deftly climb buildings with ease just like Altair, and the game pushes you in the direction of taking to the ceilings, when things get rough. The guns, open world mechanic and foul mouth of Sean are all too familiar of Niko Bellic and are lacking in originality (7/10)
Presentation: The look and feel of the game is spectacular, with the washed out black and white setting for the occupied sections of the city. its an effective tool for displaying the dark, evil feeling of the nazi's stronghold in that area, and the semi-rewarding feeling the color rushing back to a sector when you liberate it. (8/10)
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The Saboteur is definitely worth a try, you can find it for $10 now so i wouldnt hold back for that price.
My Overall Score: 7.5/10