Közzétéve: december 14.
Oh Saints Row... where do I begin?
~Copious amount of customization. This was probably the biggest selling point for me. The sheer number of hairstyles, outfits, and costumes for characters was really fantastic for anyone who values character creation/customization. Vehicle customization is also incredible and almost every vehicle has many mods that can be applied to it, not to mention the multitude of colors and wheels that can be applied.
~Ridiculous gameplay. Not as "out-there" as SR IV, but it had its silly moments. I never had a boring experience in this game, save for some of the early missions which are based on activities. By the end of the game, you can unlock damage negation to just about everything except for melee weapons (for whatever reason), unlimitied sprint, boost for all cars, all of which make the gameplay more about just having fun.
~Infinite replay value. Like most open world games, it's hard to run out of things to do. In the immediate post-story game you can complete any and all activities that you haven't already, you can purchase all stores for additional income, there are DLCs that can be completed at any time, and there are some optional side missions to keep you entertained. In the long-run, once everything you can possibly do is done, you can still resort to doing whatever the hell you want because it's Saints Row and its just pure fun.
~Multiplayer with lesser computers. Saints Row was built for consoles, there's no denying that, and because of that, the way multiplayer syncs up with your partner is through framerate. That means if I'm running it at 60fps, and my friend is running it at 10fps (because their computer is garbage) then your characters are going to warp around because the game can't sync. This was never a problem for me because I never played with that person, but if your computer is low-tier, I would stay away from multiplayer.
~Pierce. Pierce is in this game and I kept waiting for a mission where I could choose whether or not he can continue his existence. There was no mission to kill Pierce. Fortunately, you can *SPOILER* sell-out Birk.
I don't think I have ever had this much fun with a game. In terms of fun and rewarding gameplay, story missions that didn't get old, and laughs from the excellent writing and zany gameplay, it has not disappointed me.
Buy this game, I honestly had more fun with it than Saints Row IV because vehicles and weapons still have purpose in this one.