April 2016 is a good month for Xbox’s Games with Gold program. Like, a goooooood month, guys and girls. A bunch of actual blockbuster titles are up for grabs — and before you ask, this isn’t an April Fools’ joke.
In preparation for Saints Row IV‘s standalone “Gat out of Hell” and “Re-Elected” expansions, we can treat you to a very strange musical number. Without further adieu, The Saints Row Players, everyone. Both expansions are available from 23 January 2015.
Check out the latest Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell trailer, embedded below, which shows that yes, things in the Saints Row universe could get more insane than Saints Row IV. The focus looks to be on completely ridiculous weaponry
Saints Row fans are in for as treat as Deep Silver has announced two pieces of content. First up is the current-gen port of Saints Row IV subtitled Re-Elected. The PS4 and Xbox One version of the 3rd Street Saints
I’m something of a recent convert to the Saints Row series – a friend eagerly encouraged me to play Saints Row 2 back when it was the latest instalment, but it wasn’t until Saints Row the Third that I finally
Today, All Interactive Entertainment — the distributor of Saints Row IV in Australia — confirmed that the game will arrive on PC and Xbox 360 from 12 September, and 19 September for PS3. As an apology for the delay, pre-orders will
Over the weekend, several Australian websites began to report that Saints Row IV appears to have been delayed about a week in the country. Originally due out 22 August, EB Games now lists Saints Row IV with a 30 August
If you thought some of the special/collector’s/limited editions of games these days was getting out of hand, wait till you see this one. Ausgamers are reporting that Deep Silver is offering the mother of all special editions. Dubbed the Saints
Last Friday, Volition and Deep Silver released the Saints Row IV “Inauguration Station” app that “will allow players to shape their future Presidents before election day on August 22.” Gamers can download the app, design their President of choice, and use
Yesterday, the Saints Row Facebook page confirmed that the newly amended (and MA15+ classified) Australian version of Saints Row IV will be incompatible with versions other regions when it comes to co-operative play. The Australian version of the game has
Deep Silver and local distributor All Interactive Entertainment today announced that a modified version of Saints Row IV has been granted an MA15+ classification in Australia. The following statement has been released by Deep Silver: Deep Silver and AIE are
The Australian Classification Board has just issued a press release saying Saints Row IV has been refused classification for a second time. Reviewing its original decision, the Board said, “A three-member panel of the Classification Review Board has unanimously determined
Ausgamers are reporting that publisher Deep Silver have announced a third collectors edition for Saints Row IV. Dubbed the “Game of the Generation” edition it will include all of the physical items from the Wub Wub edition plus more and to
Deep Silver and Volition recently released a new trailer for Saints Row IV that heralds the return of anti-hero Johnny Gat. You can take a look at the trailer, below. A word to the wise: you might want to turn
Sure, Saints Row IV has been refused classification by the Australian Classification Board, but that doesn’t mean you can’t buy the game. Hey, now. We don’t mean illegally, either. Australians who visit the Saints Row IV Steam page are now
Thanks to Kotaku Australia we can now reveal that the offending culprits in the Australian Classification Board’s decision to refuse classification for Saints Row IV. Regarding the “implied sexual violence” the ACB report states; The game includes a weapon referred to by