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Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell






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Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell





After the space faring antics of Saints Row IV, many fans asked what we could do next… the answer? Shoot The Devil in the face.

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After the space faring antics of Saints Row IV, many fans asked what we could do next… the answer? Shoot The Devil in the face. Play as either Johnny Gat or Kinzie Kensington as you tear apart Hell in a quest to save the leader of the Saints’ soul. Historical icons, old friends, older enemies, a talking gun, a full length musical number, and a whole lot of other shenanigans all await you in the open world standalone expansion playground that is Saints Row: Gat Out Of Hell.

  • Play as Johnny Gat or Kinzie Kensington – For the first time ever, play as the fan favorites Johnny Gat and Kinzie Kensington, alone or in 2-player online co-op.

  • An Open World from Hell – Wage war against the Prince of Darkness through-out the 5 unique districts of hell any way you want: rescue allies, pick a fight with nightmarish Arch-Dukes, rob Satan’s soul processing plants… dozens of options await you in an all new city unlike any that’s been seen in Saints Row before.

  • New Supernatural Powers – The acclaimed super powers of Saints Row 4 are back with a hellish twist - Soar through the air on fallen angel’s wings, summon devilish imps to attack your foes, and surround yourself in a divine aura that forces all to worship you.

  • Outrageous Weapons – Put the 7 deadly sins to good use with an arsenal of underworld themed arms: fire exploding frogs at enemies, shoot swarms of locusts, and even deal destruction from afterlife’s most comfortable (and lethal) armchair.

  • Kill Dex – We promise you can do it this time. Pinky swear.

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Deep Silver
Deep Silver Volition, High Voltage Software
Deep Silver
Friday, January 23, 2015
English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish
Customer notes
Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows Vista (x86 or x64)
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 | AMD Athlon II x3
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • DirectX Version: 10
Recommended Requirements
  • OS: Windows 7 (x86 or x64)
  • Processor: Intel i3 2100T | AMD Phenom II x4 or higher
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • DirectX Version: 11

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Reviews for Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell


I was in the middle of writing a full on review, and Steam automatically restarted and I lost everything. I don't feel like typing it all again so I'm going to keep this short: Mediocre at best. ZERO customization (unless you buy the pack that lets you have purple wings, whoopdefriggindoo), all shops have been replaced by a vending machine which only lets you buy/upgrade your weapons. The weapons are mostly average accept for the armchair, which is pretty decent. I really only ever found the stomp power useful, the rest I barely touched. The map is fairly small, the activities are sub-par, the musical number gave me a headache, and the whole watered down story is told through a storybook style narration. Six different endings, so that's cool I suppose, it's the only thing that adds any form of replay value to the game. You DO get to shoot Satan in the face, so there's that. I'd pass on this one unless you can get it on sale for about $5.

Even more fun than Saints Row 4!

I honestly liked this game way more than saint's row 4. Gat Out of Hell has personality, charisma. I thought the story was funny, ridiculous and fun. Gameplay is usually saints row fair, but the environment, missions, and everything else was great. It took me around 7 hours to complete it and I felt satisfied with that. The game maker hit the right amount of time. I recommend this everyone who likes funny open world games.

Great game, but too short!

Overall, the game was worth about $8, just under what I spent for it. It seems to be more of a SR4 add on than it's own game -- and even makes fun of this fact, as arbitrary time points are given to advance the stroy instead of the standard central mission line. This, I feel lead to the demise of this game's feeling of completeness overall in comparison to the other SR titles. However, if it's at a sale price of 66% or more, pick it up! If you're a big SR fan and was wondering if you should pull the trigger at somewhere around $8, I'd still vote for you to go for it

Short, Fun, Yet Lacking

I've been a fan of Saint's Row ever since I picked up SR2 and found it to be a hilarious game with amazing character customisation and a series of characters that despite being genuinely terrible people still are able to make you engaged enough to follow them. Gat Outta Hell is a spinoff of SR4, using similar superpowers with a slight re-skin and a new mechanic of flight that I genuinely like. The free-flying is easy to control and allows for a lot of fun, like something you'd expect to see in a superhero game with similar feels to that of Dark Void. The characters though can be a bit grating. Johnny and Kinzie do have a fair bit of funny one-liners that get reused far too many times and they use them a LOT. I played the game for 8 hours to get all of the 7 Deadly Sin weapons and did enjoy it overall, but I can't say it was as good as SRs 2 through 4. This was mostly due to the endings. The endings are each far too short and none feel particularly satisfying, especially not for a conclusion to the franchise. Choosing one of 5 endings feels out of place as well, as you're playing not as the protagonist you created but Johnny Gat or Kinzie, meaning they have personalities already established rather than you shaping who they are. It would have made for the better to just make one balls-out massive fun ending, going for another musical number (Oh, yeah, there's a musical number out of nowhere and it's genuinely funny) or something like that. Oh, and if you're a fan of the series from the start and want to know what happened to Dex, you'll get an answer. A very disappointing answer. Is it worth dropping 15 bucks on? I'd say so. It's about 3 hours if you go bare minimum, maybe 10 if you go for 100% completion. Basically if SR4 left you wanting more and you've already done 100% on it, it's worthwhile.

Stars great characters but contains very little content

Stars two great characters, Johnny and Kinzie, both have funny dialogue and the game allows you to switch between who you are playing as by going to your home base. Flying is enjoyable and works well, the game has some fun new powers and weapons to use. There is very little content with almost no time given to the Devil or his daughter. Vlad, Shakespeare, Blackbeard, and DeWynter sisters are in the game but contribute almost nothing and have only a few lines of dialogue and audio diaries to find. Activities are the same as the last game or just involve the new flying feature. I really want an entire game dedicated to these two characters instead of a small expansion. There is so little content that I can only recommend it to people who love both Johnny and Kinzie. There is an enjoyable musical number towards the end of the game though.

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