Right now, the Humble Bundle featuring THQ games has earned more than $2.3 million, with more than 400,000 purchases. Hell, someone's even paid over a thousand dollars for the seven titles on offer. Wait a minute, that name seems familiar…
By allowing you to kill with anything from jet bikes to something called an "ethical dance party", this video shows us how creative you can get in Saints Row 3.
Honestly, I think more games need clown cars with roof-mounted cannons. How else will I shoot people at other people?
You want crazed murder and hilarious mayhem in your Saints Row? Developer Volition is going to give it to you, right out of the box, in Saints Row: The Third.
Maybe you've seen these screen shots from the next Saints Row. Maybe you've seen the high-res concept art. After all, most of this stuff is almost a month old. But maybe you haven't seen what Saints Row: The Third will look like. If so, this lengthy gallery is for you.
The third Saints Row video game clearly won't take itself too seriously, judging by newly released media from Saints Row: The Third. The evidence? Screen shots featuring streetwalkers in bikinis fleeing from exploding cop cars and luchadore mask-wearing thugs on the business end of a huge purple phallus.
Saints Row is the video game series many of us think of, with good reason, as the premiere Grand Theft Auto imitator. In theory, we won't think of the next Saints Row that way.
THQ today detailed their release plans for a half-dozen games, including Red Faction Armageddon which is now planned for a May 2011 release day.
Earlier this month, Saints Row 3 writer Steve Jaros contacted Kotaku about a Saints Row 3 auction for a good cause. And US$1,700 later, a winner has been decided.
On May 28, 2010, an early morning fire raged through a two-story house in Urbana, Illinois. All but one made it out safely.
The violent open-world action of Saints Row is something of a surprising addition to the Nintendo 3DS line-up. But there's a good reason—two of them actually—for Saints Row's appearance on Nintendo's new 3D game machine.
In an interview with Play, Volition's Dan Sutton has announced that work on Saints Row 3 is already underway. And that maybe, just maybe, they're working up the gumption to shift the series away from its tacky reliance on "gangsta" and go for something a little different.