Saints Row: The Third returns with a bang, as straight away you are dropped in to a mission that places you directly in the enemy's line of fire. Expect much of these high adrenaline situations, as this game transports you back in to the seedy underbelly of gang warfare.
Stilwater is your territory now, and everybody knows it. Third Street Saints brand merchandise is everywhere; from energy drinks to sneakers, and even Johnny Gat bobblehead dolls. However, being this infamous has its risks, and The Syndicate, renowned criminal royalty and rulers of the ravaged city of Steelport, have targeted you. This provides a unique twist, as for the first time in the Saints Row games you leave Stilwater to bring the fight to The Syndicate in Steelport.
Saints Row: The Third is a well laid out playground for all of your violent and juvenile antics, as you terrorise the new city of Steelport with the full force of the Third Street Saints behind you. New aspects of customisation appear, allowing you to tailor every inch of your character; from body to dress, as well as the ability to customise your vehicles, of which you now have an infinite supply. The gloves are off, and each and every mission in this game throws you a curve ball during the campaign, overflowing with hilarious and fun side missions along the way. Throughout the game play you'll be assigned to drive around with a tiger who only likes it when you're reckless, befriend a pimp with an auto-tuned voice box, use a sex toy as a weapon, and so much more.
This wacky and innovative game has come up with a bazillion additional game play features, such as earning respect for driving like a maniac, or even just for streaking around the neighbourhood. This new build-up of respect points add towards unlocking new and exclusively designed abilities for your character, including "infinite sprint" and "no fall damage", whereas the money you garner can buy you new territory, weapons, and more. With a fun layout and the ability to wreak mayhem with practically no consequences, this game more than delivers on all fronts, and makes you proud to be part of the Third Street Saints. (Cat Emerson)
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As soon as I received Saints Row: The Third, I could not wait to play it. The gameplay was amazing and so was the dialog. The graphics were very perfect too - I just could not get enough.
Saints Row: The Third is a really good game! The graphics are nice and cartoon-styled, whilst the game itself is packed full of funny weapons and other daft items. The game play is a lot of fun, and doesn't get boring, even after hours of playing.
This is a fun OTT game, whereas the previous games were GTA clones this game takes the genre a step further and goes absolutely bonkers. Its great fun, tongue in cheek humour and very adult. Great value!
This is my first experience of the Saints Row franchise, and I absolutely love it. This game doesn't take itself too seriously and it definitely shows. Sure, it's not perfect but it's a lot of fun. It has a lot of mature content so I wouldn't recommend it to anybody below 15 years of age... Overall, it's a great open-world game that will keep you surprised, entertained and delighted for a long time. I definitely recommend it.
At first Saints Row: The Third might seem like just another GTA clone, but looks can be deceiving. While it does feature an open world full of pedestrians to kill and cars to steal, Saints Row : The Third focuses attention on rewarding the player for every action they complete. This game allows players to perform wrestling moves on unsuspecting pedestrians, use enemies as body shields, run a destruction derby through the city with a tank, remote control other vehicles and many other fun things. The upgrade system ensures that by the end of the game players truly feel their achievements, even going as far as granting unlimited ammo and god mode. I recommend this game to anyone wanting to have a great time.
This game sets out from the very beginning to be completely over the top in terms of it's action. The previous games of the Saints Row franchise felt a little unpolished but made up for this by being fun games that let you do whatever you wanted in the city. Saints Row the third tries to bring a much more polished experience. The game has been graphically improved and ran much better for me than the visually inferior Saints Row 2 on my computer. The game itself still retains that free over the top gameplay of the previous ones but almost seems to try to to hard. Police, or other gangs are an irrelevance at times, easily avoided or shaken off whenever you wish and you quickly start to amass an armoury that makes you almost invincible. I also felt it lost some of the other games sense of character, I cared less about my pals in the game than before. It loses some of the previous games feeling of building up your gang, though those options are there they feel more like background. So in review, the game gained some polish and improvements but lost a little of it's old rough charm. Even taking the negatives into account though this game remains an extremely fun and insane game, good to pick up and blow of some steam going on a rampage through the city causing mayhem.
Never had this much fun in a video game in a while. This game is so funny, so good, so fun. Awesome co-op as well.
awsome game very much like GTA good gameplay great graphics. controls are good. wish u could put your own music on but a great game.