'Saints Row' takes players on a crime spree that's goofy
This year's reboot of
presents a sunny sandbox bursting with heists
While the series has always stood in the shadow of
Grand Theft Auto
it shines when it does what it's always done best: trading
's cynicism for gonzo humor and earnest character portraits.
While never as rich or mechanically satisfying as
more than makes up for it with a pitch-perfect balance of comedy and compelling storytelling.
That is, if you can actually play it without game-breaking bugs (more on this later).
The last few times we visited the gang,
w took its goofiness to the extreme
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