There is not a lot that I touched based on in my video review, but thankfully you are kind enough to stick around to hear more that I have to say…right? There are no longer garages for you to store your vehicles, because you are in a simulator. This will grant you the luxury of digitally storing cars and calling upon them at will, in which you will teleport into said vehicle. It actually saves you more time and cuts down on having to run to your local spot or call in a vehicle to be delivered to you, however you still have to call, but it is much faster.
I stated that I had a problem with the powers always being in, well that’s because I just want to do a simple sprint to attack enemies and at times you will over shoot your target with super sprint on. I also would have hoped that your character and your choice of stats would of migrated over to part 4 as some of us fans would of wished since we are saints veterans. I like the idea of playing a series with so much customization and bringing over my character through the series to fully grow with the game, but you can import the style of characters that you have made on Saintsrow.com.
There are so many people that are quick to compare this to GTA, but after part two; the Saints Row series is its own game now with the humorous commentary and over the top action. Volition makes a good stand at bringing entertainment to video games by making a sandbox stand out like a parody, but with that comedic weight. They touch base on a lot of familiar franchises and the hand to hand combat is my favorite as always. This was well worth the way and after THQ going belly up, I didn’t think we were going to get another saints game. I enjoyed the commentary of Keith David bringing up how he was 12 hours into Dead Island and now he can’t finish because of the aliens’…that is hilarious.
Saints Row 4 is out now on Ps3, Xbox 360 and PC for $59.99 on consoles and Steam is selling it right now for $49.99. It is worth the BUY and you can always head on over to our aStore to ship your copy to you. I hope you enjoyed this review and please come back when we review Splinter Cell Black List. Stay frosty gamers!
Developer: Volition Inc. High Voltage Software
Publisher: Deep Silver
Release Date: August 20th NA, August 23rd EU
Players: 1, 2 Network
Required Space: 4.5GB
ESRB Rating: M For Mature
KKEnt’s Verdict: 4.5 out of 5