Now here is a game with a premise. The (fully customisable) protagonist of Saints Row IV is a former gang leader-turned-president of the United States. Aliens invade, trapping the people of earth in a matrix-esque simulated prison, leaving a superpowered commander-in-chief to save the world. The game's first mission involves a nuclear terrorist threat and the action actually escalates from there, eventually reaching dizzyingly surreal heights. In gameplay terms, the Saints Row series has never been revolutionary. It started life as a Grand Theft Auto clone, and that's still obvious here, though the superpowers are well-handled, fun and easy to use. The real strength is the writing, which is second to none. Saints Row IV is a brilliantly sharp cavalcade of pop-culture parody, showing a care for good dialogue and wit rarely seen in games. It may be immature, but that doesn't mean it isn't clever. I really recommend you get this game, especially if you didn't play the previous one.
The Best sandbox game ever, i really had fun. I was jumping around the streets with my super power. There was a lot of missions that i can do. And even side missions were good. I had a great time. I played for more than ... Read Full Review
I'll never get folks who just CANNOT let this slide as no longer a GTA clone. If GTA was slowly slipping into insanity and dementia while on an over exuberant gangsta binge this would be GTA...but it's not...no way. ... Read Full Review