After giving players the opportunity to get a crazy over the top pastiche of the GTA series, the Saints Row franchise decided to become even more inFamous with a new Prototype of varied gameplay mechanics. That's basically how Saints Row IV was born a year and a half ago on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. With the arrival of standalone Gat out of Hell, Kochmedia and Volition couldn't leave PS4 and Xbox One owners on the side, so they decided to port the game and all its DLC. The result is quite catastrophic technically speaking, as proven by our 8 gameplay videos, but it's all about the fun it seems. And it's true indeed, Saints Row IV: Re-elected is fun, especially when played co-op. Still, it's more than time they start using another 3D engine, especially since it cannot even hold a steady framerate on PS4, making it quite annoying to play considering how poor it looks.
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