CR33D wrote:I have not played Saints Row 3 yet, (Was playing another game at the time) So it slipped by me. I was about to buy it when SR4 was revealed and when i checked the trailer it looked cool, There was a Kick Starter game (was for Xbox but went to PC) About a open-world game with super powers that i liked. So when i saw the trailer i thought pre-order. But many people said SR3 was bad so it put me off a bit, And how do these powers work? Are they always on? Because it would be way too easy that way, If it is too easy i may just get SR3 it looks more like the first 2 i loved. I liked SR2 just walking around with guns killing the gangs and starting wars. Now in SR4 it's only 1 gang who are aliens. So it won't feel the same.
EDIT: Also when i heard it didn't have zombies i was annoyed, I thought they would add it to SR3 in a bigger way. Like a cheat to turn the world into zombies.(Always night, Fog, NPC replaced with Zombies) But insted i hear you get 1 mission Then that's it.
Having not been a fan of the first 2 SR games, what I enjoyed about 3 was that it didn't take itself seriously, it put on some great set pieces at times, the gameplay was just all out fun and, crucially for me, it had a measure of property management etc, which I love in games like that. It's without question my favourite 'GTA style' game of this generation (I don't count Crackdown, Bull or RDR as they're different beasts despite it being the same basic principle.
I'll play SR4 too, but I doubt I'll like it as much as the whole Superpowers thing is a step too far for my liking. SR3 was different, but it was still a GTA style game, like the series set out to be, Superheroes etc, it's become Crackdown or Prototype, NOT what the series set out to be.
One. Warrior. Nation.