March 15th, 2010 in Games
Below you’ll find some large wallpapers of the open-world sandbox game Saboteur, where the player can explore Nazi-occupied Paris and surrounding areas during World War II in GTA-style. The main objective is to destroy enemy facilities, like tanks, propaganda speakers, rockets, flak cannons or to kill generals or Gestapo-officers to weaken the occupying force. As long as sectors are under enemy control all colors are replaced by black-and-white, which makes the game apear like a old movie. Only bright red colors are visible. When the resistance takes over, the colors come back. The game features a fully accessible reproduction of Paris, including most famous buildings, like the Eiffel tower, Basilique du Sacré-Cœur, Notre Dame, the Louvre and the arc de triomphe.
Due to local criminal laws, swasticas had to be removed.
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