Saints Row IV: Re-Elected review | Digital Trends

"Saints Row IV gets right the very first thing a video game needs to do well: Movement. Open world games like the Saints series especially need to have navigation that feels good in order to thrive, otherwise the constant back and forth over its territory gets old fast. And damn it feels good to be the gangster President of the United States in this game.

In Steelport, a dark mirror of the city in Saints Row the Third, new super powers let you jump higher than rotting refineries and glide through the air like a belly flopping Buddha, floating between side missions where you telekinetically throw giant, evil anime cat heads through hoops for points or just blow up as much stuff as possible."

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