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Saint's Row: The Third - Xbox 360

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  • Return to the streets of Stilwater and discover how fame and fortune as the kings of the town has affected the Saints - for the better and for the worse
  • Take the fight to Steelport, a struggling city of sin where you must battle it out with the dangerous Syndicate gang
  • Get some serious air while driving a massive tank - right through the sky
  • Take on a Mexican wrestling gang in a satellite-targeted airstrike
  • Defend yourself against a highly trained military force in an incredibly outlandish scenario

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Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Standard

Product Description

Years after taking Stilwater for their own, the Third Street Saints have evolved from street gang to household brand name, with Saints sneakers, Saints energy drinks and Johnny Gat bobble head dolls all available at a store near you. The Saints are kings of Stilwater, but their celebrity status has not gone unnoticed. The Syndicate, a legendary criminal fraternity with pawns in play all over the globe, has turned its eye on the Saints and demands tribute.

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They stirred up the streets of Stilwater and became the new kings of the town. Now, the city of Steelport is about to get rusted when the Saints take the fight to the Syndicates' turf for the biggest, most outlandish chapter in this epic gang war to date.

Saints Row the Third
Battle in the Sky
Battle in the Sky
Fight vicious gangs
Fight vicious gangs
Take the fight to Steelport
Take the fight to Steelport

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Rejoin the ranks of the most unholy Saints around as you return to the Row to experience gang life, post-fame. Kids are kicking around in Saints sneakers, tough-guy hopefuls are slurping Saints energy drinks and storeowners are proudly displaying Johnny Gat bobble heads on their top shelves. Celebrity status has hit — but will the Saints survive their newfound glory unscathed?

In Saints Row: The Third, fame and fortune come at a bittersweet price for the kings of Stilwater. Faced with serious demands from the legendary criminal fraternity, the Syndicate, the Saints must hit the streets of Steelport to trample their new rivals — and defend their status. Get ready for intense action, grueling gang violence and outlandish situations to spare as you take on a decaying city of sin in an all-new battle with the Saints. Buckle up and take a massive tank on a wild ride — through the sky. Duke it out against trained military forces and call in a strategic airstrike on a Mexican wrestling gang. With grit and guts galore, you and your gang will never kneel to an enemy. After all, just because you're a Saint doesn't mean you have to behave.



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  • Return to the streets of Stilwater and discover how fame and fortune as the kings of the town has affected the Saints — for the better and for the worse
  • Take the fight to Steelport, a struggling city of sin where you must battle it out with the dangerous Syndicate gang
  • Get some serious air while driving a massive tank — right through the sky
  • Take on a Mexican wrestling gang in a satellite-targeted airstrike
  • Defend yourself against a highly trained military force in an incredibly outlandish scenario

Product Information

Platform:Xbox 360  |  Edition:Standard
ASIN B004QEV0MI
Release date November 15, 2011
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4.4 out of 5 stars 450 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
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Product Dimensions 5.4 x 0.5 x 7.5 inches
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Platform for Display: Xbox 360Edition: Standard Verified Purchase
The best way to describe the Saint's Row series is if the developer's took a look at GTA: San Andreas and said "okay, that's great, but let's try for 40% more wacky" - and each iteration thereafter was just that much more absurd than the last. This is a good thing. GTAIV went the more serious route with a deep, compelling crime drama and a protagonist battling his inner demons... Saint's Row had you go into ragdoll mode to commit insurance fraud. It's a nice duality for this console generation.

Anyway, enough history as I'm sure since you're onto the third edition that you have some idea what the game is about. If you enjoyed Saint's Row 2, you're going to enjoy this game. There are some really, really weird new weapons (anything having to do with Professor Genki really), a new city to wander around, a lot more character customization, and just a lot of silly crap.

The actual gameplay itself is an upgrade to Saint's Row 2. Everything feels pretty tight, the vehicles and targeting systems are good, no complaints there really. The city itself looks great, it's big with a lot of varying areas and a lot of mayhem to be had, that's for sure. The soundtrack is a little over the top, it kind of makes me feel like I'm in an 80's action montage half the time... which is a good thing.

A big standout to me is the new upgrade system. You're able to accumulate an empire as you snag properties and can use the cash to buy health upgrades, weapon upgrades, clothes, etc. The initial character model creation has a ton of variation as well. Definitely a good move on the developer's part there.

The story itself is pretty good. It's not longer a three part thing where you go after each gang individually, it's more of a cohesive thing that goes throughout the game.
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Platform for Display: Xbox 360Edition: Standard Verified Purchase
This game is a lot of fun, no complicated setup or long hours of training to get good at playing. You'll have fun from the moment the game begins.

Overall Rating : 4 out of 5 Stars

The game, while targeted at "adult" males, is a lot of fun if you don't get bogged down the the details of killing hundreds of law enforcement officers and hookers. The game is meant to just be fun, not commentary on modern society or a discussion on politics. Start blasting everything, exploring the city, and grabbing some cash.

Graphics: 5 out of 5 stars

The graphics are great, with a lot of detail down to litter on the streets, various people walking down the street, and a random selection of vehicles traveling down the roads for you to admire and steal. There is also a great deal of detail allowed on your character, including clothes you can select, tattoo variants, etc.

Missions: 4 out of 5 stars

The missions span a wide range of types, from robbing banks to attacking other gangs scattered throughout the city. There are side missions called in via cell phone, as well as trouble you can get into while you explore the city on foot, in a car, on a motorcycle, in an airplane stolen from the airport, or even via helicopter.

Characters: 4 our of 5 stars

The character is customized by you at the start of the campaign, so almost anything goes. You will also be allowed to change the clothes, add tattoos, change the voice, talk to pedestrians, etc. Very detailed and amusing to listen to the variety and it might even teach you new profanity or insults.
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Platform for Display: Xbox 360Edition: Standard
I'd like to start this review stating that I am not a gamer. So if your looking for comparisons to other games this might not be the review for you. That being said. I (beeping) love this game.

Yes, there is cursing, guns, violence, assassinations, theft but it's all in fun. It's a game. It's a game for adults. So if you're thinking about getting this for your kid, make sure it's something you don't mind them seeing and hearing.

I don't play many games because I usually get stuck in places. I have various games where I'm stuck in certain places and can't get passed them. I recently played L.A. Noire and this reminded me of that in the fact that if you can't do a particular "mini game" you can exit out of that particular area and move on to something else.

I've stayed up so late playing this the two times I've turned it on and I feel like there is so much content that it will take a long time to even get through the game. It's open world so I can drive around the streets forever just exploring and checking out different areas. There are hidden objects all around that you can find and explore. For instance, you make money having your photo taken by photographers on the side of the road. You can also search for hidden nude dolls for achievements.

I think because I'm not well versed in games it takes me a few tries to get a challenge done but I'm still having so much fun that I don't mind. It is a little difficult for me in some areas. That's to be expected of my though.

I love this game. As soon as I figured heard I could customize my character I was sold. I love customizations. I love being able to be a chick. I usually look for that in a game.
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