Excerpt: I do admit, after playing the first Saints Row I lost interest in the series. To me it just seemed like another Grand Theft Auto wannabe. I tried playing a bit of Saints Row 2, and lost interest in an hour.
Summary: When I finished Saints Row: The Third in 2011, I left the experience feeling somewhat sad. It was a good game, but it felt shallow, held back, and ultimately a little disappointing. When I finished Saints Row IV in 2013, I left the experience feeling incredibly sad.
Excerpt: It’s no lie but Saints Row the Third was just an absolute treat to gamers who played the game and fans of the Saints Row series. It was an all-around good time fun in Steelport. And playing Saints Row IV still has the wide variety of customization, the all-around good time fun feel, and crazy- cool...
Excerpt: We have seen gaming make some major strides over the last few years. BioWare set out to do the impossible by making a trilogy where decisions you made in game 1 could affect the outcome of game 3. Yeager Development forever changed the way many of us will look at the military First Person Shooter.
Summary: In a world where games seem to be getting more attuned with reality almost daily, it is important to remember that they don't always have to play by the dull rules of reality. Don't get me wrong, I am a big fan of the cinematic approach to the medium that has been made possible by the latest...
Pros: Great super powers, Awesome humour, Decent amount of content
Cons: Slight lack of challenge, Some bugs/glitches, A little disconnected in places