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Saints Row IV Third Opinion

In the minority

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HIGH Nearly everything unpleasant about The Third is fixed here.

LOW
Steelport is still hella gross to look at.

WTF
The ending features a scene so hideous I thought I'd gotten the bad ending.

Saints Row IV: How The Saints Save Christmas Review

Gettin' yo' ass on the nice list

Saints Row IV How The Saints Save Christmas DLC Review Screenshot

HIGH THe film ‘A Christmas Story' gets much love.

LOW Clawz should have been more developed.

WTF Kinzie? Is that you?!?

Saints Row 4: Enter The Dominatrix Review

Everybody Walk The Dinosaur

Saint's Row 4 Enter the Dominatrix

HIGH The ‘deleted scenes’ premise and the stellar ending.

LOW The gameplay in the missions is kinda lame.

WTF The whole thing.

While the Saints Row franchise has always been irreverent and over-the-top, those who only see it as crazy are selling the series (and its developers) short.

Saints Row IV Second Opinion

Johnny Get Your Gat

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HIGH "Asha, that lightbulb has a family."

LOW The disappointing "sidequests" are just groups of area-control events you would probably do yourself anyway.

WTF How do you get a simple concept like TK mayhem so wrong?

Saints Row IV Review

Mulligan!

Saints Row IV Screenshot

HIGH "Paula Abdul is my spirit animal."

LOW Frequent low-level glitches and technical weirdness.

WTF Seriously Volition… still no booty slider in character creation?

Dragon's Crown, Friday Monsters, Brothers and Saints Row IV

Dragon's Crown Screenshot

First, here's my take on Dragon's Crown for PS3/Vita, which you may have heard about thanks to the brouhaha surrounding the hyper-sexualized art style. Personally, I thought it looked great, although everyone has their own preferences. However, it's an incredible game regardless of what it looks like, and it's probably the best beat-'em-up that's ever been made.

Saints Row IV Hands-on Preview

Saints Row IV Screenshot

Previewing Saints Row IV is a tricky proposition. There's a number of things I'd love to talk about, while at the same time understanding that these things are best experienced fresh.

Saints Row: The Third Review

The Third Time's not the Charm

Saints Row: The Third Screenshot

HIGH One of the best extended opening sequences I've played in some time.

LOW the game fails to maintain that quality past the opening.

WTF No booty size slider—again?!? And Burt Reynolds?

Saints Row 2

Game Description: A worthy successor to Saints Row, the first open-world title on next-generation consoles, Saints Row 2 features all new customization options, including player's: gender, age, voice, crib and gang. In addition, the sandbox just got larger with a totally transformed and expanded city of Stilwater, offering all new locations to explore with new vehicles, including motorcycles, boats, helicopters and planes. Saints Row 2 will be playable online in 2-player co-op through the entire singleplayer campaign or in the all new open-world competitive multiplayer mode never before seen in the genre.

Saints Row 2 Review

New Playa, Same Game

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HIGH Jumping out of a plane to discover that there's a minigame associated with the landing.

LOW Finishing a stressful mission only to have my 360 lock up before I had a chance to save.

WTF Not being able to adjust the bust and hip size of female characters.

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