You may have to eventually abandon your stealthy approach in this mission on The Saboteur for the Xbox 360. The second mission in Act 2: Better Dying Through Chemistry is when you reach the entrance, there's a gunner behind sandbags by himself. If you take him out quickly and disguise yourself you can actually play this level pretty quietly. There are two basic kinds of targets, the smaller, thinner tanks, and the bigger, darker tanks. The big tanks you can blow with dynamite and as long as your out of the zone of suspicion in time, you'll be fine. The same is true of the smaller ones, too, but you'll be taking those out with guns, and without the delay of the fuse, it can be harder to get out of the way in time, so you need to plan these out. For more info, watch the whole gameplay.
This is a "The Saboteur" walkthrough for Act 2: Mission 2 - Better Dying Through Chemistry.
Mahalo's "The Saboteur" Walkthroughs are more than enough information for you to play the game yourself, and they teach you everything you need to be prepared. They lead you through the world of Saboteur and all of the tricks and achievements you will need to conquer along the way, moving from chapter to chapter. This video walkthrough focuses on Mission 2 in Act 2 (Better Dying Through Chemistry).
The Saboteur by Pandemic Studios is the open-world action-adventure video game available for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 consoles, along with Microsoft Windows. Avenge the loss of your loved ones by hunting down your sworn enemies in Nazi-occupied Paris during World War II. Fight, climb, and race your way through this unique world to destroy the lives of those that have taken everything from you. Enter the seedy world of a saboteur living in a stylized 1940's Paris, where the women are sexy, the missions are epic, and the revenge is satisfying.
Want to master Microsoft Excel and take your work-from-home job prospects to the next level? Jump-start your career with our Premium A-to-Z Microsoft Excel Training Bundle from the new Gadget Hacks Shop and get lifetime access to more than 40 hours of Basic to Advanced instruction on functions, formula, tools, and more.