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Windows The Saboteur... worth a punt?

Discussion in 'Gaming' started by Nikols, 31 Jul 2011.

  1. Nikols

    Nikols New Member

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    Gave this game a miss when it came out due to endless reports of bugs. It's 2 quid on amazon at the mo, read a few newer reviews that say patches have fixed most of the issues. Lookin for something with varied gameplay and more importantly a decent story to sink my teeth into, I'm taking a vacation from online fps! Just wonderin what's people's verdict on the game!?
     
  2. suenstar

    suenstar Collector of Things

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    The only major bug I've experienced on the game is when speeding down roads the textures get a little screwed. Other than that it hasn't been too bad to me.

    I'd say definitely worth a go at £2.
    The story isn't fantastic but has a few high points, it's good entertainment for about 6-7 hours of gameplay (plus however long you'll spend side-tracked with collecting cars and doing other odd bits).
    Overall I've enjoyed it and tend to go back and play it from time to time because I like the atmosphere, still yet to bother finishing the last mission though.
     
  3. Nikols

    Nikols New Member

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    Cheers for the feedback... Downloaded it instead, first impressions are good, feels more polished than mafia ii, combat is cool, cars handle well and will wait n see on the story... If I can only get over the lousy Irish accent!
     
  4. Volund

    Volund Am I supposed to care?

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    I found it to be a ton of fun, pretty much a cross between Assassin's creed and GTA, with a WW2 setting
     
  5. Pieface

    Pieface Well-Known Member

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    Was an extremely fun game. Especially just strolling around the countryside.

    It's £2 plus £2 delivery as well, so £4 lol.
     
  6. GeorgeStorm

    GeorgeStorm Aggressive PC Builder

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    The Saboteur was a very good game in my opinion, just good old fashioned nazi killing fun :D
     
  7. Nikols

    Nikols New Member

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    Yeah £7 to Ireland... Still, I find amazon usually puts the direct download stores to shame!

    Itll keep me happy till human revolution comes out!
     
  8. Nikols

    Nikols New Member

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    Yis could of warned me not to kick chickens... poor hapless little birdies :-(
     
  9. awok3N

    awok3N Who dares wins.

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    One of the most underrated games imo, and 2 quid? Why ask!
     
  10. Jedra

    Jedra Supermodel

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    Probably one of the best games I played in the last couple of years - spent hours and hours clearing every last dot!
     
  11. ccxo

    ccxo On top of a hill

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    Is a great game, the art work of the game is very impressive as it goes from dark to light- needs a sequal.
     
  12. paisa666

    paisa666 I WILL END YOU!!!

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    the company who made the game was closed, if you can buy it then do it, will become an instant classic no mather if its bugy :)
     
  13. ccxo

    ccxo On top of a hill

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    There is 35 staff that EA kept on, at EALA and since EA owns the rights we may see another game possibly.
     

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