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Submitted by Ewok 441d ago | opinion piece

How Saints Row Has Taken The 'Random' Out Of 'Randomness'

Once upon a time, Saints Row was a very balanced affair. The bizarre, poo-spraying mini-games were juxtaposed effectively against the more mundane missions, ensuring that the stupidity stayed special and the duller missions were enticing in their promise of future wackiness. (PC, PS3, Saints Row 4, Saints Row: The Third, Xbox 360)

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