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Saints Row IV Hands On:Super Powered Silliness | Laser Lemming

Laser Lemming Writes " The first thing that struck me was how different the games two passive powers, super jump and super speed which replace basic sprinting and jumping, made the game feel very different to previous entries in the series.

No longer was there any point in getting in a car at all. It was much more rewarding and quicker to just bounce around the map like She Hulk and the Flash’s illegitimate love child." (PC, PS3, Saints Row 4, Xbox 360)

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