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Submitted by Lowlander2 477d ago | review

Review: Saints Row IV - [Save/Continue]

Memorable in all the right ways and even a few more, but retaining the core essence of the open-world genre and its inherent destructive catharsis, Saints Row IV is about as good an open-world game as we’re going to get in the twilight years of this generation (then again, I guess it’ll only be two weeks before we can stress test that statement).

What can I say? Volition has the touch. (PC, PS3, Saints Row 4, Xbox 360) 8/10

Bitsnark  +   477d ago
SOLD.

Glad this is so much more than a rip-off.

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