Summary: 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!
Summary: 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.
Summary: Excellent game with an old style of play but has a very new feel. The only problem is that it does have some bugs but it is still a very good game. There is a patch to fix some of the issues and the patch has worked for the most part. Kill Nazi's, Naked chicks, blow stuff up...What more can you ask for?
Summary: When the rules were explained to me of Saboteur (Z-man Games, 2005 – Frederic Moyersoen), I immediately thought that the game seemed like a combination of Waterworks and Mille Bornes , two games I absolutely despise. The dash of Werewolf that seemed to be in the game didn't impress me that much, and I grumpily settled in for the "same old, same old". I was quite surprised -- the game was actually pretty good.
Summary: Take the 'guess who the traitor' element from the recent Shadows Over Camelot, the pipe building card play from Waterworks, and the stop and hazard play from Milles Borne and add them together and you will have Saboteur! 3 to 10 players are dwarves digging tunnels towards one of three face down treasure cards, of which only one has the actual treasure and the other two are fakes.
Excerpt: "...from EA and Pandemic studios. The Saboteur from its first impression was very catchy and satisfying. The game starts in the backdrop of Nazi occupied france( paris to be specific). You play the character named Seun Devlin an irishmen who was forced to flee to france because of the ongoing war and its subsequent circumstances. The game is basically a free roam RPG in the city of Nazi occupied Paris. Quickly after the first mission you get to know ...
Pros: Very nice gun gameplay, sharp textuers and graphics, nice soundtracks
Cons: game has some bugs, vehicles do not show damage, no multiplayer
Conclusion: Starts off quite fast with lots of driving and fighting and saboteuring, however after a while you realise this is actually just the "trainning" which is quite clever. The stealth aspects are quite funny and fun and the game has elements of humour and also a gritty feel at times. The dark retro look is fantastic visually and the more colourful "cartoony" appearence works quite well (these signify if its nazi or resistance held land).
Conclusion: i have been playing for about 5 hours and i will say i am pleased with what i am seen, if you like assisins creed then i think this game is for you, you can do everything just like AC but more, as there are guns and cars and even bigger guns.
The Saboteur (PC): Pandemics last game, Plagued with glitches
4 February 2010
Summary: The Saboteur is an exellent game, but you can only expect the normal amount of Pandemic polish. The saboteur was the latest, and last game to be released by pandemic, and personally I was hoping for the bast with it. All released pandemic games are well known to be buggy and glitchy, and sadly, The Saboteur is no exception.