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Ars: The Saboteur Review - Pandemic's swan song is a helluva tune

Ars writes: "There aren't many games like Pandemic Studios' The Saboteur. As opposed to other games set during World War II, it isn't a first-person shooter that has players mowing down endless waves of Nazi troopers. Instead, it's a third-person adventure that requires judgment and discretion, and it uses some stunning art direction as a significant part of its gameplay. The game, which also happens to be the late developer's final release, is a bittersweet thing to play: it gets so much right, but one has to wonder how much better it would have been if Pandemic hadn't been shut down, partially due to the debacle that was The Dark Knight game adaptation."

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