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Submitted by AssassinTRIP 697d ago | review

Saints Row IV Review | Geekenstein

"The Saints Row series is perhaps one of the greatest modern examples of “don’t judge a book by its cover” in video gaming history. The first game was widely written off as a GTA knock-off, and to be fair it mostly was. However, there were hints at greatness even then, from lightning you could summon with your cell phone to a voodoo priest that could revive dead allies as zombies. Having been there since the very beginning, it did my heart good to see the overwhelming positive reaction to The Third, and Volition has struck while the iron is hot with Saints Row IV. The project started as standalone DLC when the company was owned by THQ, and has now morphed into a full retail release. Many have been asking, is this worth the full price point knowing that? Yes. Yes it is." - Alex Santa Maria of Geekenstein (PC, PS3, Saints Row 4, Xbox 360) 5/5

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