count_zero's The Saboteur (Xbox 360) review

Fun pulpy Nazi-face-punching action

I'm finally returning to do video game reviews, with a look at Pandemic Studios last game, The Saboteur.

So, I bring up William Grover-Williams in the review - an article on wikipedia about him can be found here. His life story is really impressive, and pretty clearly is the model for Sean Devlin, though Devlin's story ends happier - Grover-Williams was eventually captured and died in a concentration camp.


Other reviews for The Saboteur (Xbox 360)

    A Diamond in the Rough 0

    If your the kind of person who needs their games to be absolutely flawless, you may have trouble enjoying The Saboteur. It's got issues sure and at times it can feel like your playing an unfinished version, but there is still a lot of fun to be had here.   The storyline isn't anything to write home about but it does an effective enough job of motivating you to keep shooting and neck-snapping your way through the story missions. You play as Sean Devlin, an Irish mechanic who has joined an Italian...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

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