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Saints Row IV






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Saints Row IV





The US President must save the Earth from alien overlord Zinyak using an arsenal of superpowers and strange weapons in the wildest open world game ever.

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”Its ridiculous story, goofy characters, self-aware humor, and amazing character editor make it all work, especially for those of us who’ve played the previous games and can appreciate its in-jokes. ” - IGN

The US President must save the Earth from alien overlord Zinyak using an arsenal of superpowers and strange weapons in the wildest open world game ever.

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 by your side, and an arsenal of superpowers and strange weapons, you must save the world in the wildest open world game ever!

Key Features:

  • The American (Fever) Dream – Play as the President of the United States in a story that spans countries, space, and time. Saints Row IV is to Saints Row: The Third what Saints Row: The Third is to Do The Right Thing. You’re not ready.

  • Super Hero-in-Chief – Leap over buildings. Kill people with your mind. Run through tanks. Those are some of the most mundane powers you will wield in your quest to stop an alien menace hell-bent on destroying the Earth.

  • Alien Toys of Destruction - Wield an impressive array of alien vehicles and weapons… FOR SCIENCE!

  • Custom Weapons, Custom Mayhem – You’ve customized your character. You’ve customized your clothes. Now you can complete the look with our all new weapon customization system. Turn traditional weapons into exotic conversation pieces!

  • Dynamic Duo - Seamless drop-in, drop-out co-op, a Saints Row standard, improved. The only thing better than one malicious super-powered President is two.

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Deep Silver
Deep Silver Volition
Deep Silver
Thursday, August 22, 2013
English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, 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
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 260 | AMD Radeon HD 5800 series
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Hard Drive: 10 GB available space
Recommended Requirements
  • OS: Windows 7 (x86 or x64)
  • Processor: Intel i3 2100T | AMD Phenom II x4 or higher
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 560 | AMD Radeon HD 6800 series or higher
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Hard Drive: 10 GB available space

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Reviews for Saints Row IV

go for the third instead ; but that doesn't mean that it's a good game for someone who haven't started the series yet!

Coming from someone who greatly enjoyed Saints Row The Third, this game is a total let down. The story is boring and unlike The Third barely ever made me laugh. Map is recycled, quests are repetitive including the main story line. The only bright side are the weapons and superpowers which are fun to mess around with but you can do that only for so long and the superpowers make some aspects of the game like cars or your street gang followers obsolete. I think it's the lack of humour that kills this game for me. Graphics is also the same as it was in The Third so if you're new to the franchise go ahead and buy The Third instead. This game was originally planned as DLC and it should have stayed that way because it does not have enough content to offer.

Good Game

This game is nuts in so many good ways. As the forth game in a franchise devs just threw this classic GTA-like concept out of the window and created this Dr Frankenstein monstrosity by expanding the bounds of common sence. If you played GTA (or any kinda of Watchdogs or Sleeping dogs or even the Sains Row games) or Prototype-ish kind of games you may have vague expectations. But hell yeah you didn't expect THAT. Unforgettable experience. Common devs brainstorms: - Do we really need to create new vehicles for this game? - Nope. Screw it. Our main hero can now fly and run at superspeed... And don't forget to add laser beams, ice beams and telekinesis. - Our script writer sniffed 17.9 kilos of cocaine! This script is nuts!!! - Hell yeah get it over here baby!!! - Do we really need to continue this Saints Row gang theme? - You are correct. Make him USA president instead. - God my neighbour dubstep killed me this night. My sleep schedule is broken! - Dubstep gun you've said there... This game cannot be described by puny mortal expressions. Just play it and fly this magic rollercoaster yourself.


It's an upgraded version of Saints Row 3, it has good graphics and a gameplay that looks like someone added cheats to the game (in a good way) with the superpowers, the story is not particularly good compared to the previous ones but it's still pretty acceptable, I recommend giving this game a shot.

The best and ultimate Saints Row

This was the final Saints Row game and boy was it a winner. It topped the third entry in every way and went out with a blast, literally. From the very beginning starting off as a secret agent riding nukes to being the POTUS with an alien invasion assaulting the White House to being transported into a virtual world having super powers and making neverending references to the Matrix, this game is absolutely worth the money. There is no excuse not to get this game if you love open world games with plenty of fun and humor. This game ROCKS!

Absolutely Awesome!

Saints Row IV is a game that puts you in the shoes of the boss of the Third Street Saints gang, which after the beginning scene of the game becomes president of the United States, and, through some wacky and cliched circunstances ends up in some sort of Matrix where he gains super powers and kills evil aliens. This is a game that doesn't take itself seriously, and nor should you... I really haven't had such dumb fun with a game in years: the constant puns, the hilarious dialogue, and the overall awesomeness of this great power fantasy. But it's not just funny dialogues, Keith David being Keith David, Mass Effect romance parodies and driving a giant robot/power armor. The gameplay in this one is also really tight. Power progression feels just right, and exploration feels really rewarding, as it will help unlock upgrades for every power in the game. I also found that from the myriad of minigames this game has, only one or two lacked polish (I'm looking at you, audiosurf-like racing levels), and the rest were a joy to play. The story itself won't win any awards, but it doesn't need to. It's enough to keep the gameplay going and will make you laugh with some unexpected jewels which I won't spoil, as well as some really nice fan service for those who played the previous SR games. I absolutely recommend and will surely be coming back to this one soon.

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