We are no longer getting a standalone $30 expansion to the insane open-world crime game Saint's Row: The Third this year, as publisher THQ, emboldened by a change in leadership has nixed the project in order to expand it into a full-sized new Saint's Row next year.
THQ continues to milk the living hell out of its best thing going with today's release of the Penthouse Pack for Saint's Row the Third, bolstering the ranks of players' gangs with a quartet of models from America's minor league nudie mag.
Downloadable content. Everyone hates it—but everyone buys it. Yes, even you in the comments, smart guy. Here's a look at the latest package of extensions and pre-order bonuses designed to crowbar the last dollar out of your wallet. Can you still respect yourself if you buy it?
Remember that silly April Fool's joke from Saints Row the Third about the alien kidnapping the leaders of the Saints and trapping them in a simulated reality with super powers? It's now a standalone expansion due out this fall. Indulge me as I fist pump triumphantly.
Next week, Saints Row: The Third players will get the weirdest DLC for the game yet (and that's counting the gun that launches shark-attacks) with Genki Bowl VII.
Drawing on familiar media representations and cultural histories for the sake of building a female gangster actually seems pretty difficult.
It's tough to top anything that's already in a game as aggressively juvenile and over-the-top as Saints Row the Third, a game that marketed itself with giant dildo weapons. But somehow YouTuber XBLStallion83's done exactly that with this hilarious video that stitches the game's taunt moves into a dance marathon. Using…
Kotaku's Kirk Hamilton (a.k.a. me) made an appearance yesterday on the Revision3 TV show "New Challenger," to chat with host Anthony Carboni about Saints Row: The Third. Give it a watch!
In today's gang-related edition of Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter Nameloi wants to get a good look at the face of your Saints Row: The Third gang leader. What hath the game's character customization wrought?
Since its introduction two weeks ago in Saints Row: The Third, the game's four-foot long dildo bat—nom de guerre: "The Penetrator"—has killed more than two million citizens of Steelport, publisher THQ said in announcing a stat-tracking capability that charts all the mayhem taking place in the open-world crime game.
Reader Naroon sends us this snap he took of a "well-hidden easter egg" he found while playing Saints Row the Third.
Kanye West's "Power" plays a central, recurring role in Volition's new open-world crime game Saints Row: The Third. The tune has been featured in the game's exhaustive promotional materials, plays regularly on its in-game radio stations, and makes bookending appearances in the single-player campaign. Considering the…
This week, I've been sharing a few short videos to give a sense of what Saints Row: The Third is all about. We've seen a chaotic way to start your day, how to customize your radio stations, and how fun the character creator is, especially with The Zombie Option. For the last video of the week, I wanted to show…
Sony has announced that new purchasers of the PS3 version of Saints Row: The Third (or anyone with an online pass) will get a free digital copy of Saints Row 2 and all of its DLC. The offer will last for 90 days, or until February 13, 2012.
Yesterday, I showed you a video of how I begin my day in Saints Row: The Third. I said it was emblematic of the game—one sequence that sums up the total experience. Saints Row: The Third is full of such moments. Many of them involve skydiving, or tigers.
In pro wrestling, a chair shot is when you hit someone with a metal folding chair, usually in the head area. You'll see one of those in the Saints Row the Third clip, along with all manner of open-world madness. Since it's out today, you can get your gangstafied crazy on right now.
Aah, morning. Such a lovely time of day, when the world feels new and possibilities are endless. I usually start the day by having some coffee and reading the news. That's how I start my day in real life, anyway. In Saints Row: The Third, I tend to start things with a little bit more… immediacy.
At some point in Saints Row The Third the player's character tunes into "Mix 107.77" and Sublime's "What I Got" comes on. And then they sing along, male or female, in all eight of the voices you can give your character.