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Saints Row 4 elects for even more chaos | Joystiq

Joystiq: "When Saints Row: The Third was still in development, we talked about it as "a dinner of doughnuts." The first mission in the game was just as stimulating and over-the-top as the last mission of your average Grand Theft Auto game. But if Saints Row 3 starts on the last mission of other sandbox games, then Saints Row 4 picks up even later than that: in the end credits." (PC, PS3, Saints Row 4, Xbox 360)

McScroggz  +   901d ago
At first National Lapoon's movies were goofy and offbeat, and offered a nice touch of levity. As each new NL movie came out, they became more and more outlandish to the point that their movies tried so hard to be edgy and raunchy that they not only stopped being funny, but became painful to watch.

Personally, this is what I see happening with the Saints Row franchise.
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