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Saints Row 3 Remastered Review more like this is the third time I’ve reviewed Saints Row 3 Remastered Review and the second in as many years after last fall’s technically shaky Nintendo switchport I bring that up because it puts me in a pretty good position to confidently say that saints row the third remains not only my favorite Saints game but also still a Saints Row 3 Remastered Review decidedly fun one nearly a decade after it first came out I just thought that if volition was going to go to all the trouble of remastering this hilarious GTA like satire for 4k systems it would have done a little more to live up to the gracefully aging Gameplay [Music] here’s

why you should play this game if you haven’t yet saints row the third while comically over the top was nevertheless the last saints game to still have one foot planted in reality before four went full matrix and mass effect on us that relatability laid Saints Row 3 Remastered Review the foundation for some of its most memorable moments in 2011 and those remain fantastic in 2020 there was jumping out of a helicopter and parachuting down to reclaim your gangs old rooftop penthouse to the tune of Kanye West’s power and no matter how many times I play it I’ll still have a big smile on my face while Saints Row 3 Remastered Review cruising around singing along to Sublime’s 90s classic tune what I got its progression is still smart too completing missions activities and daring driving earns you respect

Saints Row 3 Remastered Review

and money which can be cashed in for upgrades like dual wielded pistols and PC gang members you can call in as backup during battles and increasingly stupid weapons and vehicles there are two equally funny endings that I guarantee you won’t see coming saints row the third also layered a lot of fun extracurricular activities on top of the comic book meets gang warfare story mayhem in which you’re given a set amount of time and unlimited ammunition for certain weapons like Saints Row 3 Remastered Review

remains or a rocket launcher to cause as much property damage and destruction as possible is still gleefully fun and I’m not sure any open-world games side quests or secondary activity has given me more joy than the self-destructive insurance-fraud mode which combines intentionally over-the-top video game physics with the sensibility of a Looney Tunes cartoon while challenging you to throw your limp body in front of moving vehicles the goal to cause as much pain to yourself as Saints Row 3 Remastered Review humanly possible in a few minutes it’s as enjoyable now as was in 2011 I do wish saints row the third remastered had more going on in the remastered department the fresh coat of paint slathered over the top of steel port honestly isn’t all that

attractive I played on PC which is the only platform including the Xbox one X and ps4 Pro where the framerate can go above 30 frames per second and even on Ultra settings didn’t really inspire any all yes you can tell that the car models have been redone the character models have been touched up and the daytime lighting is better in general but it doesn’t look anywhere near as good as something made in 2020 and a good remaster should at least be plausible as a modern game rain looks especially bad and the one area where Saints 3 hasn’t held up well is seeing hundreds of the same male and Saints Row 3 Remastered Review

female grunts shooting at you over and over if you’re going to deliver a remaster of a game that’s only nine years old it’s got to look better than this especially if it’s at the end of a console generation and not up to what the Xbox one X and ps4 Pro are capable of we’re now staring down the barrel of the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X and their games will make this mediocre update age incredibly quickly still the game that lurks underneath has fundamentally held up very well and will

still be a good time for new players even if it won’t live up to the rose-colored glasses view of the returning for more on saints row the third check out our review of the switch version and our original review from 2011 and for everything else in the world of games stick with IGA

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