Tin Salamunic: Everything is better with superpowers. At least that’s Volition’s motto when making games…and frankly, it’s precisely what the Saints needed. As a huge fan of Saints Row 2, I was very disappointed when the third installment veered from its witty narrative-oriented roots towards banal juvenile campiness with degraded gameplay and stripped-down content. And after seeing the initial SR IV trailers, I feared the series had officially become a derivative cheap thrill for obnoxious prepubescent teens without any of the charm that made the earlier titles so appealing. But after spending a solid 20+ hours with Volition’s latest entry in the Saints universe…I have to say I’ve never been happier to be wrong. Saints Row IV is a blast. While it’s no longer the Guy Ritchie-esque gangster satire like the first two SR titles, it’s become something even greater, something even more complete and engrossing…Saints Row IV has finally found its voice.