Tuesday, 22 November 2011



Saints Row: The Third (also known as Saints Row 3) is an open world action-adventure video game developed by Volition, Inc. and published by THQ. It was released on November 15th, 2011 in Australia and North America, and was released on November 18th, 2011 in Europe for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. It is the third title in the Saints Row series, after the release of Saints Row 2 in 2008. As in Saints Row 2, the player controls the leader of the Third Street Saints. The game world is the fictional city of Steelport, and the story focuses on the gang war between the Saints and The Syndicate, a rival criminal group.


Having defeated all their rivals in Stilwater at the end of Saints Row 2, the Saints have turned their street gang into a media empire after merging with the Ultor Corporation. They have since become icons across the world, with their own energy drink, a large fanbase, and a movie deal in the works. But when they attempt to rob a bank with Josh Birk (a well-known TV actor who is "researching" his part for the Saints' movie) in tow, their everyday routine takes an unlikely turn when the bank tellers fight back. The Saints attempt to airlift the vault out of the building, but when Birk sets off the alarm, it alerts the Stilwater P.D. and the Saints are incarcerated.
In prison, Johnny Gat dawns on what the Saints have become, expressing disappointment at having strayed from their roots. At that point, an international crime organization called The Syndicate bribes the police to release the Saints' leader (henceforth referred to as Boss), Gat, and Shaundi. The three are taken to the Syndicate's leader, Phillipe Loren, to try and negotiate a business plan with them aboard Loren's private jet. While in-flight, Loren tells them they will be allowed to live if they turn over two-thirds of their revenue made in Stilwater. Boss rejects this offer and a gunfight breaks out, with Boss and Shaundi escaping from the jet as Johnny Gat holds back their enemies, only to be killed in the process.
Upon landing, the two find themselves in the Syndicate controlled city of Steelport, a Pittsburgh-esque city described by Shaundi as "Bangkok's abusive father". The Saints invade Steelport in an attempt to profit off the city, and also take control of organized crime away from the Syndicate as revenge for killing Johnny Gat. The game revolves around removing the three gangs that the Syndicate is composed of. These gangs consist of the Morning Star, a group of European businessmen that manufacture arms and genetically engineered, albeit flawed, superhumans called Brutes, the Deckers, a group of elite hacktivist that launders money for the Syndicate, and the Luchadores, a group of Mexican wrestlers who control gambling in Steelport.
At first, the Saints interfere with Syndicate operations, leading up to a confrontation where they encounter Oleg Kirrlov, the man from which the clones are based of, albeit lacking Oleg's intelligence. He allies himself with the Saints and they manage to kill Loren. Consequently, Killbane, leader of the Luchadores, take charge of the Syndicate. Meanwhile, Oleg helps the Saints recruit more allies in the form of Kinzie Kensington, an ex-FBI hacker; Zimos, a pimp who speaks with an autotune electric voice box due to a tracheotomy; and Angel De La Muerte, a wrestler with a grudge against Killbane. After a plan by the Syndicate to eliminate the Saints goes wrong, Killbane kills one of the DeWynter sisters, formerly lieutenants of Loren. Enraged, the remaining sister, Viola, allies with the Saints. Meanwhile, Kinzie helps the Saints combat the Deckers using a machine that enables access to virtual reality, Boss using it to defeat Matt Miller, the Deckers leader. However, Boss does not kill Miller as he bargains for his life, leaving the country soon after. Eventually, a new threat appears in the form of the Special Tactics Anti-Gang Unit (or S.T.A.G), formed by Senator Monica Hughes (wife of Alderman Richard Hughes from Saints Row} after an incident involving the Saints and the Luchadores. Eventually, S.T.A.G gains martial law in an attempt to eradicate the gangs in Steelport using advanced military equipment that, ironically, does more harm to the city than good.
Saints Row: The Third has two seperate endings that are triggered through a decision made at the end of the game. As a result of a humiliating defeat in a wrestling match with Boss and Angel, Killbane starts a war between S.T.A.G. and the Luchadores while he attempts to flee. At the same time, S.T.A.G. has kidnapped Shaundi and Viola, among other Saints members, and plans to use them as scapegoats in the destruction of a monument in order to encourage Hughes to authorize the Daedalus, an ultimate weapon in the possession of S.T.A.G. The player is forced to choose between killing Killbane or saving Shaundi and Viola from S.T.A.G.

Eliminate Killbane

If the player chooses to kill Killbane, the monument is destroyed and the Saints are blamed, leading to Senator Hughes authorizing the Daedalus. As the Saints mourn the loss of Shaundi, a heavily-armed flying base resembling the Helicarrier begins destroying Steelport. The plan is thwarted, however, when Boss destroys the aircraft and saves the city. Boss goes on to announce that Steelport belongs to the Saints on national TV, proclaiming Steelport as its own city state and appointing Saints lieutenant, Pierce Washington, as the mayor.

Save Shaundi and Viola

If the player decides to save the Saints members, the player defeats the S.T.A.G at the monument, saving the monument as well. The Saints are viewed as heroes and S.T.A.G is disbanded by Monica Hughes. The scene then shifts to the surface of Mars, where the Saints has tracked down Killbane. A battle breaks out on Mars as the Saints battle the Luchadores. In the process, Shaundi, Pierce and Johnny Molo (someone who happens to strongly resemble Johnny Gat) apparently die. Eventually, Boss confronts Killbane, who reveals himself to be Boss's father. After a long, arduous battle, Boss vanquishes Killbane and begins an internal monologue, only to flub his/her lines. The entire scene is then revealed to be a movie based on Johnny Gat's comic, Gangstas in Space.
Much like previous Saints Row games, several celebrities voice characters in the game. Daniel Dae Kim reprises his role as Johnny Gat, Sasha Grey voices Viola DeWynter, Hulk Hogan voices professional wrestler and Saints ally Angel De LaMuerte[7], and Natalie Lander voices ex-FBI agent and Saints ally Kinzie Kensington. Game designer Tomonobu Itagaki also stars in the game as a playable character[8] and Burt Reynolds stars in the game as himself, who just so happens to be the mayor of Steelport.

Mission structure:-

In previous Saints Row games, the player would be able to approach each of the three rival gangs along separate storylines that ultimately culminated into a final conclusion. In The Third, the storylines between the three gangs are interconnected, and decisions that the player makes in dealing with one faction may alter the behavior of the other factions towards the player or missions that may be available later.[9] The developers have focused on developing an open-ended storyline; the majority of storyline missions can be completed in multiple ways, and the decisions that the player makes on these missions will ultimately affect the game's ending.


The Third retains the blend of third-person action and driving sequences in open world, urban warfare format that is traditional in the Saints Row series. The player, as the leader of the Third Street Saints, can explore the city of Steelport, performing main missions that progress the game's story, and side missions. These side missions include Activities, mini- initiated at various points in the game world, Strongholds, rival gang bases that can be taken over to control a section of Steelport and; Flashpoints, on-the-spot gang warfare. Successful completion of missions can earn the player in-game money, weapons, cars, and gang respect. Previous Saints Row games used respect as a way to unlock story missions; The Third uses respect as experience points which the player can then spend to improve specific attributes of their character, such as melee combat or firearms skills. A leveling system is introduced, and the player selects these attributes, or 'perks', each time the player character is leveled-up. Money can be used to purchase clothing items, weapons and cars, or may be used to upgrade weapons and cars with unique features, such as adding scopes or extra barrels to a weapon, which are then stored in the player's arsenal. Money can also be used to upgrade the Saints gang, customizing their appearance, outfits, and headquarters. The "Initiation Station" system allows players to upload their character creations to The Third's online community, and download other players' creations to use with their save-game. Within The Third, the player can set up to four different appearance styles for their gang. Finally, money is also used to purchase shops and other properties within Steelport, which in turn will become a steady stream of income for the gang over time.
While completing some missions , the player may be given a choice of options to finalize the mission. For example, they may opt to destroy a rival gang's boat, including the prostitutes aboard, or instead capture it, and sending the prostitutes to the Saints' headquarters to boost the gang's morale. In another case, the player has the option of using a gigantic bomb to demolish one of the skyscrapers in the city; though they will gain a great deal of respect for the action, it will alter the city's skyline for the rest of the game and cause non-player characters to react differently to the player, while leaving the building standing allows it to be used as a headquarters for the Saints. New Activities have been introduced alongside many from previous Saints Row games.
The player's arsenal is presented as a pop-up compass through which weapons are equipped with the analog stick. Novelty weapons are introduced alongside the traditional arsenal of handguns and automatic weapons. Players will gain the ability to call down airstrikes on encamped enemies, or to use a remote control electric bug to control vehicles remotely. Unlike the first two games, there are no health recovery items in favor of improving the grenade throwing system; in exchange, the player's health will regenerate at a faster rate as long as they stay out of the line of fire. Nearly all actions in the game can be sped up by holding down a second controller button, dubbed by Volition as the "awesome button"; for example, when carjacking, holding down this button will cause the player character to missile-kick the driver out of the seat in short order.
In addition to the single-player mode, the game can be played co-operatively with one other player. As in Saints Row 2, the second player can participate in all missions and activities, earning credit for their completion. Certain activities provide different rules when a second player is present; for example, in the Tiger Escort activity, the second player will have to control the tiger in the backseat while the first player drives. Because of their focus on the single player and co-operative experience, Volition has removed competitive multiplayer from the title. Co-op features will, however, require an online pass.


OS: Windows XP
Processor: 2GHz Dual Core Processor (Intel Core 2 Duo or AMD Athlon™ X2) or higher
Memory: 2GB System RAM or more
Graphics: 320MB Video RAM GPU w/ Shader Model 3.0 support. NVIDIA GeForce 8800 series or better. ATI Radeon HD3800 series or better
DirectX: 9.0c
Hard Drive: 10GB
Sound: 100% DirectX 9.0C compliant sound card or equivalent onboard sound
Co-Op Play: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 cards require 640MB of Video RAM. ATI Radeon HD3800 cards require 1GB of Video RAM


OS: Microsoft Windows 7
Processor: Any Quad Core Processor (Intel Core i5 or AMD Phenom II X4) or 3.0+ Dual Core CPU
Memory: 4GB System RAM or more
Graphics: 1GB Video RAM GPU w/ Shader Model 4.0 support. NVIDIA GeForce GTX 400 series or better. ATI Radeon™ HD5000 series or better
DirectX: DirectX 11
Hard Drive: 10 GB
Sound: 100% DirectX 9.0C compliant sound card or equivalent onboard sound

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Language: Voice: English Text: Multi9
Size: 4.62 GB

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