The US President must save the Earth from alien overlord Zinyak using superpowers and strange weapons in the wildest open world game ever. Includes all available DLC!
The epic conclusion to the game that changed all the rules! The Saints have gone from the crackhouse to the White House—but the Earth has been invaded and it’s up to you to free the world from Overlord Zinyak and his alien empire. With homies new and old, superpowers and strange weapons, you must save the world in the wildest open world game ever! And this edition even includes all available DLC!
Saints Row IV
Saints Row IV - Enter The Dominatrix
Saints Row IV - Anime Pack
Saints Row IV - Bling Bling Pack
Saints Row IV - College Daze Pack
Saints Row IV - Element of Destruction Pack
Saints Row IV - Game On Pack
Saints Row IV - Gamestop Warped Weapon Challenge
Saints Row IV - GAT V Pack
Saints Row IV - Hey Ash Whatcha Playin? Pack
Saints Row IV - How the Saints Save Christmas
Saints Row IV - Pirate's Booty Pack
Saints Row IV - Reverse Cosplay Pack
Saints Row IV - Stone Age Pack
Saints Row IV - Thank You Pack
Saints Row IV - The Rectifier
Saints Row IV - The Super Saints Pack
Saints Row IV - Wild West Pack
Saints Row IV - Zinyak Attack Pack
Saints Row IV - Brady Games Pack
Saints Row IV: Commander-In-Chief Pack
Saints Row IV: Dubstep Gun (Remix) Pack
Saints Row IV: Grass Roots Pack
Saints Row IV: Presidential Pack
Saints Row IV: Season Pass
Saints Row IV: The Executive Privilege Pack
Saints Row IV: Volition Comics Pack
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I feel like this game or even this whole franchise is quite fun and can keep you entertained for a while here are some of the main things I like about this game inparticular. The new and refreshing combat, The fun customisable cars, The Humor, The intresting story, the open world. and here are some things I dont like, The cars are fun at first but there arn't many of them and it feels drained after a while, after a while the free play is mostly the same boring thing over and over and thats about all I have for complaints. Overall a pretty solid game.
This game is even more over the top than the last one with more funny stuff included yet more seriousness at times too. The seriousness never outshines the humor though thankfully as that is what I love about this series, the humor that makes you laugh at things you never thought you would. And once again you can make your own character which is really fun, though make sure that you create a fun one and keep the save once you finish the game as you can use it in the next game. And with all the newly added stuff in this game, it feels one part superhero and one part gang leader, which again just makes the game even better. One of my highly recommended games.
It's a Saint's Row game. It's ridiculous, it's awesome, it's open world and the gameplay... The superpowers are so much fun. If you liked 3, you gonna love this.
Saints Row IV is the most ridiculous, over the top experience I have seen in its genre.Take the most surreal elements of the previous entries in the series, add superpowers, an entire virtual simulation of Steelport (The Third's setting), and an alien invasion to the mix. Is Saints Row IV a good game? And more importantly, is the "game of the century"/"national treasure" edition worth buying? I would say "yes" to both questions, but there are a few things to take into consideration before buying either the game or this edition. The game's plot is average. By now, you probably know that Saints Row IV is not supposed to be taken seriously. It starts off with the main character becoming the president of the US, aliens invading Earth during the following elections, then the game becomes a parody of Matrix, with humans being trapped into a simulation created by the aliens. This is pretty much all I can say about the game's plot, since it has a plot twist quite early into it. The most important aspect of Saints Row IV is its gameplay, and this is where the game shines. The introduction of superpowers makes the game one of the most fun experiences I can think of, you can run really fast, jump really high, throw people and things around through telekinesis, freeze your enemies, and some others which you can use in creative ways. All powers have upgrades available and different elements you can use them with. The open world exploration is really fun, but it can get repetitive if you plan on doing all the side missions, which are mandatory if you want to get the best ending. I would like to add that some people have reported having crashes from time to time. I myself have experienced four in the 21 hours it took me to beat the game. There's also a bug that can make your character get completely stuck. Other than that I found no issues with the game. In conclussion, Saints Row IV is a game I recommend to everyone who wants a really over the top open world experience that is not realistic at all. I would recommend getting the Game of the Century Edition / National Treasure Edition to have more customization options, access to the DLC missions (Which are two really fun, albeit short campaigns) and quite overpowered weapons.
I can't believe i never heard the Transformers theme song from Stan Bush before this game. But, that was the base game, let's talk about the bundle. In this mega parody, nothing is sacred. The matrix, and the terminator both get spoofed hard, you get to dress up as a superhero, a really creepy guy, or a really creepy hero, that happens to be on a killing spree. The new costumes are great, so much so, that I even put away my green hoodie jeans combo, to wear something else for a change. The saints new adventures are quite fun, if rather insane, even more so than the base game... My only beef is the new power elements. DLC tend to make saints row games way too easy, but here, it's ludicrous. From almost the beginning you get the Nuke element, which makes almost anything it hits explode, and then anything is caught in the explosion also explodes and so on... It is spectacular sure, especially if you shoot it at a crowd in rush hour, but using this ability makes you basically invincible. Only the Sentinels offer some challenge, and even they can be dealt with quite easily using the right powers. The Coop mode is highly recommended. You gotta try playing catch witch cars! Of course, once there is two of you, the enemies are reduced to a mild annoyance, rather then real threats, but it's still fun to mess around with a bud in the simulation.
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