Saints Row IV for Xbox 360
Xbox 360

Saints Row IV

Aug 20, 2013
8.73
playscore
Good
47th of 1221

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Volition Inc.
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

In this new open-world adventure, the leader of the Saints is now the leader of the free world, elected as President of the USA and facing off against a deadly alien invasion using new weapons and superpowers! The epic conclusion to the game that changed all the rules! The Saints have gone from the crackhouse to the White House—but the Earth has been invaded and it’s up to you to free the world from Overlord Zinyak and his alien empire. With homies new and old by your side, and an arsenal of superpowers and strange weapons, you must save the world in the wildest open world game ever!

Gamer Reviews

57295 Reviews
9.47
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Aug 20, 2020
I like saints row a lot that she come out with another one
Kamil Jakubowski

Kamil Jakubowski

Mar 25, 2021
8.50
Adrian Klimczak

Adrian Klimczak

Aug 7, 2019
8.50

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

29 Reviews
7.99
Carolyn PetitAug 14, 2013
Even if combat sometimes falls into a rut, there are more than enough surprises in the game's story missions to keep you entertained, and as in previous games, you can increase the mayhem by inviting a friend along to do missions and other activities. Saints Row IV owes a lot to games like Crackdown and Prototype, but the absurd humor that infuses every aspect of this game gives it an identity all its own. The simulated city of Steelport doesn't offer deep gameplay or the most satisfying challenge, but it is a great place to mess around.
Trevor HoustonAug 14, 2013
When you take the intended audience into consideration Disney Planes is an enjoyable title. The basic nature of the gameplay makes the game quite accessible. The drop in/drop out nature of the co-op play is great for parents who may want to play with their kids and with a relatively good selection of modes and collectibles the game gives even a bit more reasons to continue to play.
7.30
Dan StapletonAug 14, 2013
With its recycled map and wildly overpowered abilities, playing Saints Row IV feels like a lot like enabling god-like cheat codes in Saints Row The Third and going nuts. Its ridiculous story, goofy characters, self-aware humor, and amazing character editor make it all work, especially for those of us who’ve played the previous games and can appreciate its in-jokes. But its appeal is shortened by the ludicrous speed at which we can zip across it and grow tired of its lack of challenge.

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