Reviews and Problems with Saints Row: The Third - Limited Edition
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Good open world action
12 November 2014
Summary: Good open world action, I hate being "lead down the garden path" Fun graphics, a sexy game to be sure. The encounters are formulated to throw more at you until you break, I get enough of that at work. But for those that like 'frantic' button smashing gaming, you could easily give this one 5 stars.
Summary: It's the full package, as the name suggests. It doesn't have the bloodsucker and unlockable pack but that's because it's not compatible with the coding of the other DLCs and it drastically changes the difficulty of the gameplay. I don't know about Online Pass cause I got mine for PC but for consoles, the Online pass is not recognized as downloaded and I've heard people say that it should be re-downloaded to fix that.
Would give 3.5 stars, but since I can't, i round up
Jason Wells, Amazon
29 March 2013
Summary: The game is over the top fun. It takes itself very seriously/not seriously at all. So many parts of the game are obviously just supposed to be fun, and it is. The upgrading of your abilities and such is enjoyable, there are so many mini-games that even if you dislike half of them, you will not soon grow bored with the other half that are provided. I playyed all the way through and though I don't think it was as good as Sleepings Dogs, I definitely did enjoy it.
Summary: This is a fun game and an even better timewaster. The graphics are nice (there's always room for improvement though), and the gameplay is good. There's lots to be done through the campaign, and maybe some fun to be had after it, but it ultimately loses its charm (at least for me) after I've played it for 90 hours. During the campaign, the game is great, and the character creator and ability to download characters online is a nice addition too.
Summary: Everyone talks about the game itself so I won't bother going there, I will say though in regards to the steam key you get 1 key for the whole package. This is unlike the Darksiders franchise pack deal which is also currently running and gives you like 10000 steam keys, one for each little thing.
Summary: I installed this with Steam and it would not play. with Steam updating it still did not play. I installed on my second pc (vista) and it played. I went back to my first PC (windows7)and it actually played through Steam. I have had no issues since.