"Is that all hell's got?" Johnny Gat, main character of Saints Row: Gat Out Of Hell, would often taunt as I mowed down Satan's demonic hordes. As the game went on, I couldn't help but find myself asking the same question.
As part of its big PAX panel Volition just announced a new Saints Row. It's called Saints Row: Gat out of Hell, and it'll be out on January 27th.
We're in San Francisco club called Stud, and there are people in fur suits everywhere. Colored lights and crashing beats flash like fireworks in a thunderstorm. Everyone is sweaty and drunk, but most of all they're happy. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you GaymerX, my favorite game convention—and also maybe the last…
You may have noticed that there were some guns in many of 2013's most interesting video games. Here are the best of them, in no particular order...
Enter The Dominatrix was originally announced for Saints Row The Third, then turned into a full sequel, now it's DLC again. I think Volition found the perfect way to include their crazy story that began as an April Fool's joke.
See that scantily clad dominatrix? She's your new villain this month in Saints Row IV. You'll be fighting her and her army of sex-workers.
If you find yourself discussing the merits of relationships represented in video games, you'll probably find a lot of people bringing up BioWare games as examples to follow. The Saints Row series doesn't seem like a serious suggestion considering, well, how unserious those games are.
They did a first-person mod for GTA IV, so it was bound to happen for Saints Row IV, too. And thank goodness it did.
You can't get GTA V on Steam today, but you can get GATV, a pack of downloadable content for Saints Row 4 that seems to have been created just to troll Rockstar.
I wouldn't be surprised if gameplay glitches like this in Saint's Row IV were completely intentional. If anything, they add even more chaos—in a good way, for those who are not satisfied with items like the Dubstep Gun—to what we already have.
Saints Row IV, much like its predecessor, is a game that doesn’t make any excuses for itself. It knows exactly what it is and just how much it caters to the lowest common denominator. And you know what? It straight up loves it. It relishes it. And I love Saints Row IV for it.
It's not like Saints Row IV has any shortage of non-hidden weapons. But this new video from GameFront shows how to find a super-special one, along with a pretty great easter egg.
If you didn't already assume, there's definitely some NSFW language. Saint's Row IV has 7 different voice actors, and 7 romance options, so I decided to give everyone their due and make 7 different characters and try them all out.
The ever-resourceful folks over at GameFront compiled a fairly comprehensive video on a bunch of the jokes and references found in Volition's latest Saints Row title. Which is quite good, by the way.
Saints Row IV is rather proud of the fact that its character creation options are 100 percent sex-unrestricted. You want to give a dude the Karlie? Go for it. Lady with a chinstrap beard? All in a day's work. The price of such freedom, however, are some hideous creations taking place in the "Inauguration Station."
Saints Row has taken a good share of crap for supposedly copying Grand Theft Auto, but at long last, the tables have turned. Saints Row IV isn't even out yet and modders have already put the game's infamous Dubstep Gun into GTA IV.