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.
Summary: People like to say this game is a GTA clone but I disagree. I personally hate GTA. This game has a great story, good music, and did a great job of blending the various elements it draws from. It has a very interesting style with the black and white nazi oppression to the colorful liberated areas. But overall this is a solid game worth playing.
Summary: Pandemic tried to go out with a bang when they made The Saboteur. Does The Saboteur make a beautiful explosion or does the TNT blow up in its face? Gameplay The Saboteur is an open world game. The world is full of NPCs walking the streets and driving in cars even moving in and out of buildings. The NPCs have no real purpose other than to fill in space but the world feels alive with them in it.
Distruction, chaos, revenge and a whole lot more-The Saboteur
ReaperScout2012, Game Informer
2 May 2010
Summary: The Saboteur game is great if you like an open free world game and enjoy shooting up nazi's and distroying almost any thing in your path. As always there is a twist although it seems a free open world to roam there are road blocks that you must watch out for and even with your pass to get through the nazi road blocks be sure to drive slow and stop. In Paris the nazi's are willing to shoot on a moments notice.
An enjoyable-enough fresh take on a conflict gamers have seen a thousand times
Jeph, Game Informer
11 April 2010
Summary: I'll certainly say this...The Saboteur gets the job done. For once, we have a WWII game that doesn't just involve "I'm in ur G3rmany, killin ur doodz". Striking visuals, a good-enough revenge plot and one heck of an awesome soundtrack elevate the otherwise only-decent gameplay. And it's hard to get tired of climbing up a Nazi lookout tower to throw the poor *** at the top to his death a hundred feet below.
Summary: I bought this game the weekend after Christmas along with the new Ratchet and Clank and Uncharted 2. I gave each game their equal share but found myself going back to the RC and U2. The Saboteur just felt clunky and uninspired and the missions were so boring. I had made up my mind to shelf it altogether. I then started thinking back to the reviews the game was receiving and decided to try it again. So last night I put the game back in and made myself sit and play it.
Summary: The first thing that I have state is that I have never written a review of a game before. With the lack of press on The Saboteur I felt that I should. This game should go down as one of the best sand box game that no one will be playing. The main reason for this is the multiple ways that you can attack every mission in the game. It is endless. I can go in with guns, grenades, and bombs a blazing or I can choose to attack in a stealth mode.
Summary: Overall this game isnt that bad. Graphics are good along with the sound. The story is very good and has alot of depth to it, along with the game play itself is very good. The controls are just like GTA so there very easy to get used to... BUT the climbing in this game is bad, its easy to climb up buildings no problem, getting down on the other hand is another story.