Excerpt: Third time's the charm? Well, out of any number of words one may choose to describe Saints Row: The Third, "charming" would likely be at the bottom of the list. This third outing in the Saint's Row series seems to have taken a philosophical position of "anything goes" within its depraved, cartoony...
Conclusion: One of the best things about saints row the third was the ammount of over powered abilities and weapons you are able to use right from the beginning if you know how to level up fast. A must play if you are into third person shooters and have enjoyed the grand theft auto series,.
Excerpt: One of the problems with describing things that happen in Saints Row the Third is that everything you write just starts to sound like a demented Mad Lib. The green man in the gimp suit hit the luchador gang member in the crotch with an anime squid cannon.
Pros: The sheer madness of it all, The pure unadulterated fun, Inventive weapons and vehicles
Cons: A few boring sidemissions, That Steelport isn't more interesting, Going back to normal games
Summary: Johnny Gat is back ... kind of. This comic book-influenced expansion pack introduces us to a super fan that clones the most famous member of the Third Street Saints. Too bad the short play time and shallow experience keep this from living up to the potential.
Summary: It's been a roller coaster ride for fans of Saints Row: The Third looking to expand the life of the game past the game over screen. The first batch of missions, , was a horrible set of re-skinned mini games and side missions that didn't amount to much.
Summary: By focusing on story-based missions and a great supporting cast, Gangstas in Space proves that THQ can release compelling downloadable content for Saints Row: The Third. The three levels may be short, but it's packed full of amazing set pieces and great writing.
Summary: Genkibowl VII, Saints Row: The Third's first pack of downloadable content. The various mini-games felt slapped together with no rhyme or reason. At best the pack was disjointed, at worst it's a series of reskinned side quests that weren't fun the first time around.
Summary: Genkibowl VII is not the Saints Row: The Third add-on you've been waiting for. Instead it's a painfully bad mini-game collection, half of which is recycled from last year's disc-based release.
Summary: After spending so much time talking about their ambitious downloadable content plans for Saints Row: The Third, THQ has finally delivered on their promises. Unfortunately, what we're given is a disappointing mess of new and old content with no real purpose.
Conclusion: When you see, “Whored Mode” on the opening menu, your first instinct may be to roll your eyes. Horde Modes are a great co-operative multiplayer add-on for computer games, but here it just sounds like like a pun too-far. It’s not.