Not for the kids. Super fun! Never frustrating. Like GTA except fun.
Owen M. Barnes, Amazon
5 July 2015
Summary: Played this one with my wife who is not a big gamer. We had an unbelievable amount of fun with it. The missions are straightforward and not too long save for a couple we had to try a few times. There's an RPG type aspect to upgrading your characters.
Over the top sandbox fun. You keep GTA until they go back to ...
Paulie Wilkerzin, Amazon
26 February 2015
Summary: Over the top sandbox fun. You keep GTA until they go back to what made the older games fun. While you play golf. I'll play Super Ethical Reality Climax. While you shoot up meth heads. I'll DDT's luchadors onto the pavement while wearing a a furry costume.
Summary: I do not have Internet access at my house, and this game straight from disc is really buggy? I don't understand why, I had the original disc with just SR3 (no DLC) and it played fine, but for whatever reason this edition is just full of glitches..
Summary: It would be the craziest and most fun game I ever played! "Craziest" as in an enjoyable way. But be warned, this is totally inappropriate for young ones. I'd say GTA is conservative, and SR3 is wild and bold; if you played true crime series, I think it's in the middle of the 2.
Masa "We tried to make things better, but it turned out like always.", Amazon
18 November 2014
Summary: The game is fun and the music is great, but the headphones are pretty low quality. I tried taking them out of the box, but they are packed pretty tight. I gave up and left them in there because I was afraid of breaking them!
Summary: I walked in thinking Saints Row 3 was gonna be a blast. And it was, for the first 3 hours. The game throws everything at you, and you have tons of fun playing with them. But the novelty wears off when you realise you can access things really quickly.