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EA brings The Saboteur to life in live-action spots


2:00 AM on 12.16.2009



Ubisoft's not the only publisher who can bring its games (Assassin's Creed 2) to life. Electronic Arts has just released two live action videos set in the world of Pandemic's The Saboteur

Both spots are surprisingly high quality, although neither tell you a damned thing about the game. Nope, there's not a bit of gameplay footage in either of the two videos. For that, you might have to rely on Brad Nicholson's "Ten Minute Taste," where he proved he can't drive a car worth a damn. It's all of those muscles -- they're hindering his fine motor skills. 

The second spot is after the jump, and features an explosion and a moaning woman. Those watching at work, you've been warned.






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