Summary: SAINTS ROW THE THIRD is the most unpretentious game I’ve played to date. It aims to be a gloriously over the top thrill ride and it succeeds with great aplomb. From start to finish it’s all-out mayhem. Nowhere else do you get the opportunity to batter someone with a huge adult toy or drive around town with an angry tiger in the passenger seat. Few games have actually made me laugh out loud but SRTT did. There are some truly hilarious moments and plenty of dry dialogue.
Summary: Way better than the console version and for 7 bucks cant beat it I think its very repetitive in the gameplay - I don't get how people are saying its paper rock scissors - if you upgrade your troops based on your primary faction and general... it doesn't have to be unit type getting beaten vs this type of unit. I had enginners fully upgraded tearing ass on everybody.
Summary: This game is a great addition to the strategy genre. The voice command system is novel and fun, it is a little clunky but was a huge step forward when it was first released. I originally played it on the Xbox, and bought it for PC while away for an extended period. I actually prefer it on Xbox but it is playable on PC.
Summary: I purchased this game in the pack of multiple THQ games. I only wanted to get Darksiders, which is a really good game by the way, but I had absolutely no clue what this game was about. I have to say that I ended up liking this game nearly as much is that one. If you never played red faction guerrilla, this game is basically like that one only significantly improved city, non-destructible buildings.
Summary: Was a fun game, albeit a bit repetitious. The detail that went into creating the Paris, Moscow and Washington DC battle fields were spectacular. I found myself looking for major landmarks (which I found) in these cities. Great interface and easy to learn.
Summary: Works well on win7 64 with Xbox controller. There's not too much you can't do. The first ten minutes are probably the best first ten minutes of any game I've ever played. Anyone over the age of 25 or so will love the singing and cruising bit. I couldn't help but laugh at that. Pretty good graphics and game mechanics ain't too shabby. With all the crazy mods and dlcs available...it will be some time before anyone gets everything done.
Summary: If there is a franchise that hasn't declined like the economy, it's Saint's Row. Voulition has top-notched the quality of their games over and over. It's ironic; when I saw the first announcement trailer of Saint's Row: the Third I actually was skeptical. So, let's get to it. (1st - a warning) I have one of those AMD video card/processor chips in my laptop and I can run, generally, most games pretty smoothly.
Summary: I'm a big fan of the GTA series and I think Saint's Row The Third is just as good, but in a different, less somber way. The PC port looks great and runs well, although I've suffered a few crashes with the "stopped working" error that caused me to lose some mission progress. I turned on all the settings to max at 1920x1080 and I still get 60fps (vsync on). The lighting and variable weather is amazing. Despite being on a PC, I prefer to use an Xbox 360 USB controller.