You want lunacy? THQ is giving it to you. On the heels of so many Grand Theft Auto clones (and its own first two entries in the series), the game publisher, working alongside longtime developer Volition, has decided to try something new with Saints Row: The Third, the latest chapter in the ongoing gangster saga. Rather than attempt to take itself seriously and waste gamers’ time by establishing characters, it’s taking the other route, going with so much over-the-top action and silliness that it’s in a league by itself. You know you’re in for a crazy game experience when your character starts slapping people around with a purple sex toy. The plot isn’t the deepest when it comes to a game, but it’s serviceable.