Saints Row IV: Shaun Creates an Abomination of Nature
Shaun demonstrates his uncanny ability to use the Saints Row IV Inauguration Station to create a true specimen of a president.
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Maybe it's just this type of game, but I've tried all of them. There's a certain level of enjoyment at first, but that wears off quickly for me. I never find myself finishing them.
I played all SR series, but I came to a conclusion that it starts loosing the point. Just compare the very first game and IV...well, everyone can make their own conclusions. I also know that SR must differ from GTA in order to have their own fans. It is my personal opinion - it is kinda wierd moving from the game about gangs to sci-fi theme.
not a fan of this series, I think they are ridiculously funny (Zimos is the best) and ridiculously violent to say the least .
my brother did play SRIII though, and I was darn impressed that the character he created did look a lot like himself XD
I have to give it to the developers the game delivers what it promises and maybe thats why the series has made it to a 4th installment .
Glad I never pay for these crappy saints row games they are just retarded and not even funny just plain stupid.
I.... i'm sorry....... i can't do this...... I tried as hard as I could but I just couldn't keep trying to fap to this.. I failed, you win Gamespot.
Evil Genius Eyesbrows=Vulcan (lol) Why didn't these guys create some troll-like creatures for Skyrim!
LOL watched this Abomination Video. Props to the model developers and testers for managing to create this engine while rolling on the floor laughing every minute... How did they do it? They must have to focus of Genghis Khan!
Is it me or do I smell a Community Contest? Gamespot Community battles it out by creating their very own monsters. The Winner gets a free copy of Saints Row IV and takes on Shaun, head to misshapen heap, to see who is the real King of Saints Row Character Creation.
That's not a race. You could even argue that it isn't a culture either.
Hispanic? As in Roman Hispania? Is it Celtic or Basque skin? lol
Wow can't believe this game looks like it's going to happen. This is amazing because usually games that are too good to be true just disappear... Thanks to Saints Row 1 2 and 3 we get 4! It's been a good long road and we get the reward of a very fun crazy game!
G A M E! Game on!!! :)
Last time I thought playing around with character creators was funny I was twelve years old.
We got some high-brow comedy up in here.
I downloaded this and was pretty disappointed. It is literally the SAME thing as SR3. There is maybe a few new outfits but most of it is over the top stuff.
I have a very sneaking suspicion that this will not be much more than what we got in SR3 along the lines of side content and making it worth playing once the campaign is over.
I would much rather spend $60 on hundreds of dollars worth of content value so GTAV it is.
@constantterror Troll. If you hate it so much...why are you here?
@dcaseng That's the point.
They mean Indigenous American skin. (The race)
When you refer to it as Hispanic, it really makes little to no sense. Hispanic is a white dude from Iberia, during Roman times.
Literally speaking, of course.
@snugglebear You guys should have gotten it by now. Maybe next week?
@UltraredM i'll alert the press
@UltraredM What was that? 4 years ago?
@evil_snuggles Your mom is gonna flop on my face
@evil_snuggles Just like The Third flopped so hard.
Haters gonna hate
@evil_snuggles Glad to know you can see the future. Could you tell me about the next season of Walking Dead?
I really don't think anyone would care if they say hispanic or not.....
@BradBurns I'm disappointed. Saints Row is normally really good with this sort of thing
@spongeboy1985 @evil_snuggles Well to play devils advocate. It was the first time they reinvented the game so it was exciting to get my hands on SR3. Until I played and beat the game in like 6 hours..including side content with a bud. I am not sure they will get away with a few updates to the exact same game this time around.
@dcaseng anal probe gun humor for an 8-year-olds... culture must be very different where you come from
My comment wasn't completely serious, it was tongue-in-cheek as bob up there noticed.
You would be surprised, however to learn that many people DO in fact mind.
I was made aware of this whole thing by a Mexican friend of mine who was told that his race is Hispanic/Latino. To which he replied "Really? And all this time I thought I was a Native American with a Spanish surname. Apparently, I'm a White Spaniard/Italian guy. My bad."
I felt his retort was elegant and excellent.
Otherwise they're usually spot on.
@spongeboy1985 @WingChopMasta @evil_snuggles Hey that is fine. You can take the word of a person that gave it a positive outlook. I see you like to keep an unbias mind about it.
I am not lying when I said I beat the game with a buddy in about 6 hours but of course why would you take my negative word for it.
This game might have more content of course. Since they spent a year with literally the same build as SR3. More than enough time to add a few more things don't you think?
@WingChopMasta @spongeboy1985 @evil_snuggles 6 hours? I bet you finished Portal 2 in 5. I sunk 94 hours in The Third. and have you been paying attention they have added a ton of stuff jeffery Grubb from Venture Beat spent 8 hours previewing the game and he was afraid that he would be consumed with the game once he got his hand on it.
I'll take the word of someone who has actually played the game over a doubter any day.
"Why I will spend more hours playing Saints Row IV than any other 2013 release (preview)"
"I’m scared. I just finished the preview build of developer Volition’s open-world crime game Saints Row IV after about eight hours, and I know that this game is going to consume my life when it releases in full for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC on Aug. 20.
Saints Row IV isn’t just Saints Row: The Third in a new setting. It is Saints Row: The Third with superpowers. This difference, as tiny as it may seem, is gigantic and addictive."