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Submitted by IRBGamer 817d ago | review

Saints Row IV Review: In the Saints We Trust | IRB Gamer

IRB Gamer: "The fourth chapter in the Saints adventures is definitely a fun one. There are tons of things to do: plenty of powers to wreak havoc with, numerous customization options, and you can double the fun in co-op. There were a couple of design choices that did irk me a bit while playing; cars are useless when you develop powers, it may seem at times that you are too powerful, and the dark color pallet made me wish for an actually day and night cycle instead of a post-game unlock. But looking past that, Saints Row IV offers hours of entertainment and laughs as it stands tall amongst titles like Infamous and Crackdown. And I’ll have to admit, never before did being a super powered president have so much style." (PC, PS3, Saints Row 4, Xbox 360) 4.25/5

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