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Saints Row IV Review | Awesome Games

Rhys from Awesome Games writes: 'The Saints Row series is one that’s certainly gone from strength to strength over the years, and is certainly one of the standout franchises this generation of consoles will be remembered for. The series itself has decided to take the path of upping the scale of ridiculousness with each succeeding installment; as a collective, the Third Street Saints have gone from up-and-coming street gang to rulers of Stilwater, from a brief fall-from-grace to pop-culture phenomenon. Now, in Saints Row IV, the loveable purple-clad rogues find themselves in the White House, where a (literally) extraordinary adventure awaits them. With Saints Row IV, Volition have taken another step in throwing all sense of logic and reason out the window. But that’s probably why it’s such a good game.' (PC, PS3, Saints Row 4, Xbox 360) 4/5

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