Summary: I had to put something up here to tell people how much I love this game and how under rated it is. I've had this game on and off for about four years now, and it's a fun/casual experience. There is so much to do in open world France, and it's a great time for everyone.
Summary: This game is easily one of my top 10 favorite games. This game is basic and fun. You can climb up buildings like Assassins Creed, drive cars and kill people like GTA, and have the retro fealing of LA Noire. Anyone who likes those games will LOVE this game!
Summary: Wow!!! This game is like Grand Theft Auto, except for killing gangs your killing Nazis. The car chases, the races, the shooting and all the different missions, this game is very hard to put down once your playing.
Summary: Assassins Creed gives you; mapping, stealth/sneaking, climbing, walking, riding, running, jumping, swimming and killing. Fallout3 gives you, mapping, lots of weapons, snipering w/zoom, walking, running,swimming, climbing, blowing things up, where disquises, sneaking to mention a few. GTA gives you; driving/racing vehicles, running over people, shooting, etc. All have open world and limited open world gameplay.
Summary: Is a great game, good graphics, good gameplay, open world. Good story too, a gloom of oppression during World War II, Paris excellent scenarios and other scenarios as Ireland. Definitely worth the purchase. Join the resistance, become a saboteur!
Summary: Literally holy cow, Batman... The Saboteur is amazing. Its just like Assassins Creed, GTA games, and a whole bunch of other games put together. It just blows my mind how awesome and fun this game is. Just bought it yesterday, and iv been having fun ever since.
Summary: I got this game for free, so I didn't really know what it was about or anything. It was quite a pleasant surprise to see that it was a historical-type game(I love history related games)! I absolutely loooovvveeee this game. It's very GTA-espue and I love that franchise. The graphics are pretty great, and I just love how expansive the map is. But for me it's really the details in games that get me. I loved the black/white vs. colour ratio in the game.
Summary: Pandemic's The Saboteur is a game that I had at one time, but had re-acquired the game a few weeks ago. I hadn't been a fan of 3PS, but after the Dead Space and Assassin's Creed franchises and Silent Hill: Homecoming I decided to give The Sabotuer another try. The aspect of The Saboteur that drew me in was the color scheme reminiscent of Frank Miller's Sin City. The black and white with shades of color gave the game a noir feel.