Like many other Saints Row 3 DLC... too shortpanz3r88 | Sept. 9, 2012 | See all panz3r88's reviews »
The Trouble with Clones is an other Saints Row 3 DLC with the same defect of all the other pack with additional missions of this game: it's too short and you will finish the missions in a few hours. As usual the missions are fun, but for that price a DLC like this is not a good purchase
Nope, still not impressedzhack075 | Sept. 3, 2012 | See all zhack075's reviews »
I expected this DLC to be more complete than the other ones. But no, it still adds nothing except another mate to call and a useless car with a bell on it. The storyline is pointless and the missions are short and not even funny.
I regret that they didn't give an object which permit the player to become overpowered like he is in one of the DLC's missions.
Anyway, avoid this DLC, except if it's a gift... You can't refuse a gift...
Dissapointment.Gh0st233 | June 22, 2012 | See all Gh0st233's reviews »
Trouble with Clones is the final story DLC for Saints Row 3. The previous two DLCs were, pretty much, a disaster. Both of them were very short, with very little interesting content. The first DLC was a load of minigames, the second was somewhat more interesting, but very, very short and overpriced. And then, here is the third and final one.
It brings a new story which is interesting enough, and brings Johnny Gat back, kinda. There are new weapons. But the most important aspect is that you can become a super-hero of a kind. You're able to run very fast and destroy everything with a simple punch, it's more powerful than the apoco fists. But, as far as the actual story and gameplay of the DLC go, it's very short. And the worst part is, after you've completed the DLC, you can't have your super-abilities anymore. The one thing that would make this DLC a somewhat good purchase, and it's left out. Wouldn't recommend it.