If you can't get enough of Saints Row IV then you're in for a happy time today, because Deep Silver and Volition Software unleashed a brand new video of gameplay that was on display at this year's E3 for select members of the press behind closed doors.
The Australian Classification Board has refused to rate open-world crime game Saints Row 4 and zombie adventure State of Decay. Both games will have to be reworked in order to be released in Australia.
Finally, Volition has stepped into Rockstar territory. After fans had to make do with a lot of scraggly-pot mods like Gentlemen of the Row and stat tweaks in Saints Row 2 and Saints Row: The Third, Volition has finally hunkered down and decided to offer up real tools for real modders so they can get to work and make all the mods that otherwise would have been sold as DLC.
Tucked away in one of the private meeting rooms of the LA Convention Center, Deep Silver is showing off Saints Row IV with hands on demonstrations exploring two sections of gameplay. So, does the game live up to the seriesí crass, yet endlessly entertaining pedigree? I only got to spend half an hour with the game but, from what Iíve seen, it looks like fans of the series are in for a treat once Aug. 20 rolls around.
New screenshots for Saints Row 4 have arrived just in time for E3, courtesy of publisher Deep Silver. These images give us a good look at the aliens at the heart the game's plot.
Remember the really cool Shaundi voiced by Eliza Dushku from Saints Row 2? Well, she's coming back in Saints Row 4. Remember all the drama from Saints Row and Saints Row 2? Well that's coming back as well. Remember Keith David from the first two games? Well he's coming back, too. Of course, there's also plenty of serious nudity.
Deep Silver has announced a Collector's Edition, or Super Dangerous Wub Wub Edition, of Saints Row 4. The $99 bundle will include a 12-inch replica of the in-game Dubstep Gun.
Deep Silver has released six minutes of gameplay footage from Saints Row 4. In this footage, producer Pat Boone takes us into a simulated version of Steelport created by aliens.
The latest Saints Row 4 trailer profiles the leader of the Third Street Saints, now the President of the United States. As you might imagine from his background, he doesn't behave like other presidents.
Saints Row 4 publisher Deep Silver announced today that gamers who pre-order the open-world crime title will receive a free upgrade to the Commander in Chief Edition. The Commander in Chief Edition, available globally, provides three bonus in-game items.
Are you planning to buy the Collector's Edition of Saints Row 4? If so, publisher Deep Silver wants your help. They're letting gamers determine the contents of the bundle through a survey.
Star Wars: First Assault finally gets some media assets leaked while SimCity stinks up the joint for EA. Koch breaks out Saints Row 4 and Xi3 finally puts a price on their unofficial Steam Box. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
In Saints Row 4, the Third Street Saints aren't mere celebrities anymore. At the start of the game, the leader of the street gang has been elected President of the United States. That's not even the weird part.
A change in publisher hasn't disrupted Saints Row 4 and Metro: Last Light's development too much, it seems. Koch Media, the games' new publisher, says that both games will be arriving later this year.
THQ has filed for a chapter 11 bankruptcy. The struggling company has finally exhausted their capital and have sought new ownership in order to continue to run business as usual. That's right, despite filing for bankruptcy and giving asset control over to a capital investment firm, THQ will continue to operate as usual and operations will not be interrupted.