Submitted by Omac_brother 1580d ago | opinion piece

How Video Games Can Help You Have A Better Vacation

Remember “The Saboteur”? Released in 2009 by EA, and developed by Pandemic Studios, the game had you play as a tough talking, womanising, hard-as-nails Irish lad named Sean Devlin who is recruited by the French Resistance to kick the Nazis out of Paris during the World War II occupation. A rather unique art style coupled with fun game play mechanics and lovingly recreated virtual versions of Paris’ landmarks, the game offered a lot of enjoyable play and received fairly positive critic reviews. Unfortunately, the 1.5M multi-platform game sales were not enough to save the fates of (the late, R.I.P.) Pandemic Studios, which was liquidated shortly after the games release.... (Assassin's Creed 2, Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, EA, PS3, The Saboteur)

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