Summary: When I picked this title up, I expected to find a middle of the road game with some innovative mechanics (given how underrated others seem to think this game is). However, the only two things I really enjoyed about this game was the music and the color effect that co-occurs with freeing districts.
Summary: I was torn between an scoring this 8 or 9, obviously I decided on a 9 simply because I loved this game so much. I've seen too many people comparing this to Assassins Creed 2 based on the stealth aspect and especially the climbing of buildings, yes the climbing in Assassin's Creed is faster and more fluid but the climbing in The Saboteur is much more realistic which is exactly why I I was torn between an scoring this 8 or 9, obviously I decided on a 9 simply because I...
Summary: There's a lot of predictability to behold in "The Saboteur"'s story, but thanks to a fast-paced breadth of action, some traditionally cerebral stealth, and some unexpected twists, it lifts itself above the common rabble.
Summary: This game is like a crossbreed between GTA and Assassins Creed only set in France. Starts off with a noir-esque style where most of the game is black and white until you slowly gather support and colour a well done Paris and france. The story is not the best and at times will force you a not really good driving mechanic with a race or two. The open world and just messing around with stuff This game is like a crossbreed between GTA and Assassins Creed only set in France.
Summary: si bien digo que los sandbox no son lo mio pero puede que algo me llame la atención por ejemplo en Sleeping dogs fue su acción, en este caso fue por 2 cosas: 1:Tenes el estilo de assassins creed(o otro juego con el que se entiendan mejor), en que sentido? podes escalar los edificios y el sigilo es como una de las cosas principales en hacer. 2: Matar nazis.
Summary: I had an alright time with the Saboteur. The game doesn't really excel in any area but it doesn't crash and burn in any area either. The story is alright, the action is alright, the climbing works alright and the cars handles alright. But the game is overall a little bit rough around the edges and nothing really stands out. I did enjoy the ability to disguise myself even though it could I had an alright time with the Saboteur.
Summary: Somewhat underrated game. GTA clone set in Nazi occupied Paris. You play an Irish race car driver turned French Resistance fighter seeking revenge. Interesting personal story, interesting characters, but their voice acting, except for the main character, is pretty bad. Dialogue is pretty good, though. Unique graphical direction where Nazi occupied Paris is rendered in black and white. Somewhat underrated game. GTA clone set in Nazi occupied Paris.
Summary: Video games set during the World War II era aren't hard to find. Franchises like Medal of Honor and Call of Duty helped popularize the genre a few generations ago but gamers have since grown tired of the same scenarios. Sure, WW II was massive and took place in various parts of the world but we can only take part in those same battles only so many times until they begin to feel stale.