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Virus injections act very similarly to the waves of gang battles in previous games. I did all the side quests, which cover all the available activities, and I spent over 20 hours in the game.
Anyone who was worried this game would not be a complete experience can rest easy. This is not just DLC drawn out to make a buck. It is a full-fledged game, and it is a blast to play.
I got a chance to have a round table discussion about the game with Scott Ellison of Saving Content and Marty Hess of Pixel Ratedand we all agreed on one thing: It was different points for all of us, but it happened all the same.
The Third was going to be next to impossible to top. Instead, it created a universe where anything can and will happen. Holding this all together are two very strong underlying archetypal themes taken from two big parts of geek culture: You are in a virtual world. You can use the equivalent of super powers.
There is no way to not draw comparisons to The Matrix. After all, as you transition between the real world and the virtual one, you go through two different colored tunnels: Oh, did I forget to mention the real world? Early on in the game, Kinize, the hacking genius she is, manages to help you unplug from the master program. After a rather humorous battle to try to escape, you choose to make one of the Zin spaceships your home base.
When there, you can meet with your other rescued Saints, talking with them and getting various missions from them, including loyalty missions which, when completed, allow them to use the same super powers you have at your disposal. These extra touches help keep the game from falling into that overly repetitive gameplay all-too-familiar to fans of the open world genre.
Are you getting the idea that I liked this game? Good, because I did. That does not mean it was without its frustrations, however. There is one notable exception, however: These fights pit you against three waves of enemies, and all you can use are your various super powers.
While this all seams simple enough in theory, in practice it falls apart. Your enemies are not limited to just using powers, so you find yourself at a disadvantage. On top of that, most of your powers like Stomp and Blast have a cool down associated with them, meaning you alternate between unleashing devastating attacks and running like crazy from enemies you cannot hardly hurt without your powers.
The President's swears end up being filtered while trapped in a 50's-style simulation. Oh my stars, it's the president! When you go to rescue Kinzie from the 50s, it shows back up. Kinzie delivers this to digital Cyrus Temple after gaining her superpowers and beating the snot out of the late STAG leader. Talk about a vulgar overkill. Boss Male Voice 2: Zinyak stepped on Biz Markie! Man, I can't wait to kill that bitch! Future Shaundi, when it comes bringing back Christmas cheer and good tidings of the season, acts like it's a matter of saving the entire world and forces the Boss to do more and more ridiculous stunts in order to save Santa and Christmas.Saints Row IV: Dubstep Gun Song Polyhymnia - Scout McMillan (+ MP3 Download)
It's even funnier when compared to the Boss being a total Grinch and worse yet everyone agreeing with her over the Boss. In the third "Enter the Dominatrix" mission the Boss infiltrates a sex club dressed as a gimp. Not a bit of their hair is visible even if you're using a female Boss with a voluminous hairstyle.
The vehicle system has been greatly expanded, adding several new and unique vehicles including tri-wheel motorcycles, retro 50s trucks and sedans, and freakin' monster trucks. You also don't have to lug cars to a specific spot to save them, you just get in and hit the reload button and its yours forever. A great expansion all around Once you fully upgrade your speed you can outrun any vehicle at all, even jets, and with the addition of Super Jump, Super Glide and Wall Sprint, helicopters become the least convenient option for ascending tall buildings.
Certain missions strip you of your superpowers, leaving vehicles as the only efficient way to get around. Unfortunately you usually have to use a specific vehicle, or at least are cut off from grabbing ones from your personal garage.
Also, a number of missions require driving, so it can't completely be avoided. That said, many missions requiring you to drive a car to a specific place can instead be completed by picking up the car with Super Strengthcarrying it to your destination, and then getting back in.
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Monster trucks and retro cars from the second game return as available rides. You won't get to see a giant Saints Flow can attacking Washington D.
In fact, you don't even get to play in Washington. The entire game, save for a brief section at the beginning in the White House, is set in a virtual Steelport.
The evisirator is this. It's unique upgrade is infinite ammo, otherwise it's just a decent ranged weapon. Early game this can be quite useful as you don't have access to all the ammo upgrades yet, but once you do its lack of a gimmick outside of ammo and the fact you can purchase infinite ammo for every other weapon will see it lose use quickly. After the final story scene and before the credits roll. Virtual Steelport is Always Nightbut throughout the game the time slowly changes to reflect the mood, becoming daytime near the end of the game.
He's an intergalactic conqueror with an appreciation for classic Earth literature. In the simulation, the Boss from almost the very start has insanely powerful attacks, including punches that make cars fly across the street. There's still challenge from cops and aliens, but if the player decides to attack pedestrians, there's no match at all.
Once the Boss gets a tank for their vehicle inventory, most ground-level "flashpoint" battles can be concluded with one shot. This isn't the case if there's a Warden boss fight afterwards as the Boss has to be on foot for those.
Cutting Off the Branches: One developer in particular mentioned he couldn't live with a continuity where Burt Reynolds was dead. The first mission involves hunting down and killing Cyrus Temple, having gone terrorist.
However, Shaundi was somehow alive in this version, despite being supposedly blown up. Shaundi herself is bothered by it and says it's best not to think about it too much. Future Shaundi, who came from a Bad Future Damn You, Muscle Memory! Minimal compared to the previous game, but still present.
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The "fast hijack" key combination has been changed from using the "hold sprint" key to the "toggle sprint" key, and is not remappable. Fortunately or unfortunately it doesn't come up much since hijacking vehicles quickly becomes pointless. Radio tuning is now mapped to completely different buttons, rather than using the same buttons used for taunts and compliments. Unfortunate but necessary, since you can listen to the radio when on foot.
The plane controls in SR2 and 3 used the forward key for up and back for down. This game applies the usual flight simulator controls: One of the promotional images proudly proclaims Johnny Gat is Back! Matt Miller, one of the main villains from Saints Row: The Thirdends up becoming an ally in the game. Benjamin King, as well: Additionally, when you defeat the simulation of a previous antagonist, you generally get to reprogram them and have them on your side The series is on its way to becoming a metaphor of its own.
It's even lampshaded in the final mission name, "Punch The Shark". The Third will be familiar with the city as its events too took place in Steelport.
While en route to a press conference, the roof cracks open and an alien race known as the Zin invades and abducts the President, and his crew and puts them in a Matrix-esque simulation of Steelport. Kinzie, the tech-savvy ally of The Saints finds a way to give you powers and also to exit the simulation. Both of these discoveries allow the President to properly take the fight to Zinyak and his army of followers. Additionally, rescuing your allies gives you some insight regarding their personalities and even their history.
Re-Elected, focuses on Johnny Gat, a member of the 3rd Street Saints that has been a loyal member since the very beginning. Like most Saints Row games, the story is quite goofy with good use of humour. Gameplay is from a third-person perspective with the player character being able to shoot from the hip, down the sights, sprint and dodge. This usually results in a devastating attack capable of knocking enemies down. Aside from the standard gunplay, players will also have access to some superpowers which make dispatching enemies quite an entertaining affair.
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The Super Sprint and Super Jump powers reminded me of the Prototype series and also adds a new element of verticality to the game.
Throughout the story, players will unlock a range of powers that make traversal a breeze and also provide the means to truly pulverise any enemy who dares stand in your way. Even when not doing missions, Steelport is yours to explore.