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Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell Review – "Short But Sinfully Sweet" | Power Up Gaming

Adam Shepherd writes: "I've never really 'got' Johnny Gat. Maybe it's because I came into the Saints Row series at number three, but it never really sold me on how heart-stoppingly awesome he was supposed to be. This is a slight shame, as that's the plot of Saints Row IV's standalone expansion, Gat Out of Hell, more than anything else. Yeah, alright, it's technically about the boss of the Saints getting dragged to Hell, but really, it mainly consists of 'Johnny Gat, Unstoppable God-King of the Universe'."

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Owenza975d ago

It's no wonder you weren't sold on Gat if you started at SR3; he was barely in that one. He stood out for his cocky recklessness in the first game, but for me SR2 is where he became a solid character.

Before reading this review I wasn't interested in Gat Out of Hell, but with the flying mechanics and fan service (I want to see how Dane Vogel's doing) I might give it a go.

blakstarz975d ago

I quit playing Saints Row when it started to become silly acting.

mrjam0975d ago

I miss Saints 3. Best sandbox city game ever made.

blakstarz975d ago (Edited 975d ago )

For those that disagree...oh well.

The first game started out good and was an alternative to GTA but gradually over time it became too silly with the installments.

LightDiego975d ago

I agree, honestly it's not funny at all, just dumb.

spoonard975d ago

I actually prefer SR over GTA for the fact that it doesn't take itself so seriously like GTA used to. GTA4 tried to loosen up a little but just came off kinda dumb. GTA V is playing out leaps and bounds better than 4 ever did. But I still like SR better for the silliness.

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