Years after taking Stilwater for their own, the Third Street Saints have evolved from street gang to household brand name, with Saints sneakers, Saints energy drinks and Johnny Gat bobble head dolls all available at a store near you.Read full description
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I might get down-voted into oblivion, but if I had to choose between GTA V and this, much older, game, I would go with Saints Row 3. Graphically, it still looks great, the characters are actually interesting, and the story is much more engaging and fun. Right from the main menu, when the theme music starts playing, you just feel like a badass and that feeling never leaves throughout the campaign. There is never a dull moment, tons of activities on offer, and you are never more than a couple of minutes away from the next chase sequence or utter chaos and wanton destruction. It is ridiculously over the edge, but it works, and it is fun. Saints Row does everything GTA does, and does it better, for a much lower price. If you are looking for a sandbox to spread chaos and anarchy in, look no further.
Saints Row was known to be the competition of GTA (Grand Theft Auto) since it was first released by Volition. The first two were good and interesting games, having its own unique style, still having familiar elements like the competitions. This time, Voltion changed the formula for good. Saints Row: The Third that a step forward where the competition will never be: Randomness and crazy moments. The third instalment of the Saints Row franchise is a new, fresh feel, continuing the story of Saints Row 2, you, as the boss of the Saints, must take control of the city and the streets with cool and random missions. And now, you can play the game with a friend in co-op mode for more fun and random moments! I would highly recommend this, but you save some more and get the full package edition instead.
Probably the best game I ever played in my life. Saints Row: The Third might look like other open world games but it has much more fun, possibilities, jokes, customization, and it also gives you the feel of power and control more than every other game of its kind. The missions are always surprising, you'll never know what's next: Helicopter flying, exploding things with a tank, shooting, hiring etc. Just buy it and play, totally worth it.
Saints Row 2 was a great game. It was the best alternative to the GTA series when it was released, but it was kind of obessed with being better than its competitor. Saints Row: The Third is different, it is a game that accepts itself and embrace its true nature. Saints Row: The Third feels like playing a game with cheats -specially if you have all the DLCs-. Get naked on the street and scandalize everyone around you. Put on the most ridiculous outfit you can find, get a car, drive as far as you can, don't mind the pedestrians or the police, explode everything around you using a 8-bit tank or a giant skein. Unleash a zombie apocalypse just using a phone call. Saints Row is a world of possibilities and all of them are fun as hell. Plenty of hours of gameplay featuring many activities and missions as well as a pretty good -laggy, but ok- cooperative mode.
For some reason the pc port of saints row 2 is really bad, so I can't really recomend that, but I can asure you that this game is really worth your time. The graphics are good for someone that doesn't have a high end pc, the story isn't too complicated but it will make you want to finish it, the characters are really fun and the weapon upgreades are so good, you can dual wield smgs that set your enemies on fire and use gadgets to take control of military vehicles and everything is just so much fun, even if it's not as ridiculous as saints row 4.
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