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in all honesty as someone who has played Saints row 1,2 and 3, 1 and 2 were better games.they were better storywiseeach gang had their own path, you learned about the main members of the gangs went after their pillars and then killed the boss, in sr3 there is 1 gang with 3 colours and the story is tied into one pathbetter city denser population peds commit crimes talk about missions/characters, compliment or taunt the player, saints presence, more customization/varietyno more layering of clothes, no spinners, no hydraulics etc, less clothing stores, chains, rings and piecings cut back, poor selection of tattoos, when you unlock dual weilding and cheats in the form of upgrades like invulnerability to fire,falling, bullets and vehicle damage, you can't turn them off. more side activitiesseptic avenger, fuzz, crowd control etc are gonenow SR3 did improve the mechanics such as car jacking, melee though reduced in styles feels fun so that you don't miss them that much, the gps present in the game with arrows on the actual roads you drive is pretty cool, and being able to customize your car from your crib is cool.i honestly have no idea how you can claim SR3 is a better game than the last 2 when they were superior in so many other ways, SR3 does look prettier but it cut away so much of what made the games good to do it.
"Sometimes, you just want to beat a hooker with a dildo bat." hahahaha
Yeah Saints Row! This game is amazing.
i figured since i haven't seen any other person post it i would say good job guys love the show.
PODCAST I TUNES DOOOOOOOO ITTTTT!!!!!
Um... can we get a Podcast?
dark souls and saints row 3 are the only games i've bought this fall!couldn't be happier, skyrim can wait.
I would love to see Bethesda make a Lovecraft (Cthulu) game with the size,scope of skyrim. Also for it be open world.... but alas... all the employees would go mad..
The perfect developer collaboration? Team Ico & From Software. It doesn't matter what game they would make because I'm sure it would be awesome.
The developer/collaboration dream game question has my mind racing. Mainly with reboots of old 2D franchises, like Gaskill's Twisted Pixel/Earthworm Jim idea.-Take the all great downloadable game developers (Frozenbyte, Housemarque, Q-Games, Playdead, Klei, Hothead) and let them run with stuff like Battletoads, Kid Chameleon, Streets of Rage, TMNT beat-em-ups.-Remove Sonic Team from Sonic games and hand it off to one of the previously mention teams. -Let Ubisoft Montpellier revive whatever they want (Rayman Origins is amazing)-Let Visceral make a sequel to Psi-Ops
About three weeks ago I bought Battlefield 3 and I renewed my Xbox Live subscription to play BF3 with my friends. So I'm ready to have fun with this great game only to find out that it's flawed. This is a squad based game, the main reason why I play it is to be in a squad with my friends, work togther to win the game. This is alot of fun when it works. After two weeks of almost never being able to stay together in a squad I packed up my game took it back to Target and told them I wan't to return this game it does not work properly and I wan't my money back or store credit. After talking to them they said they can only trade it in for a copy of the same flawed game. Also they told me that it was a copy right law. So I asked to see a copy of this law in print. They could not produce it. Long story short I was stuck with a disfuntional product. When I got back to my house I called Target corporate number got the same song and dance. Now before I done all this I called E.A. they walked me through many steps to try to remedy this problem. One they said was for all my friends to log on to Battlelog.Battlefield.com and to create a squad there and we would have no more trouble, this was the 3rd call to E.A. After all this a update came out the for about 4 days the game worked great at least for three of us we could stay in a squad. Then this last week end it right back to the same problem. This is what I realize. Us as consumers have little to no protection against a faullty product. Thats the way I see it. If the game does not function the way it should on or off line us as a consumer should have a right to return the product and get or money back. As a gamer I am pissed that this game does not work. Even after a beta they still have all this trouble? With all the money I spent on this game it's not asking to much for the game to function right. These problems did not exist in Battlefield BadCompany 2. So why after all this time they can't fix this game. We need a set of laws to protest us consumers of video games. They video game makers have laws to protect them. If the game is proven to be flawed in a certain amount of time we should have the right as consumers to take it back. This will stop the game companys from releasing games that don't work.
Armed and Dangerous was Awesome!
why did Assassin's Creed:Revelation part of the podcast was so short?? I don't think that was fair and I think yall should maybe make the podcast longer so you can fit more discussion about the game.
Regarding the first fan feedback question, I would like to see Rocksteady Studios make a Ninja Turtles game. The Ninja Turtles need another good game in their line-up.
Okay, I really had no desire to play Saints Row 3. I was thinking it would be a crappy, juvenile game and I wasn't interested. But after watching this, I'm actually planning on buying it and I'm looking forward to it. Just have to finish Skyrim first (probably early next year).
Re-make of Eternal Darkness by Visceral Games. Imagine That!!!!!
Postal 3 !!!
I think it's funny how Jessica speaks of humility but every episode of Feedback since Blair took over we've heard about how awesome their jobs are and how lucky they are to have them. I love the show, watch every week, but please stop talking about how perfect your lives are. There are those out there that aren't as fortunate and probably don't appreciate it being rubbed in their faces when they tune in.
the video is only showing 30 seconds with no sound on my iphone.
The only reason I used to tune in is for Adam Sessler's esoteric literary references.
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