Ladies and gentlemen, prepare your wallets for monetary departure. Keep your arms and legs inside the vehicle at all times and commence the downloading. Amazon is holding a "Digital Games Mayhem" sale offering deep discounts on downloadable PC games both new and old. Want that new Star Trek game after catching the movie this weekend? It's only $25. How about Saints Row The Third with all the DLC for $12.50.
The Humble Bundle has a batch of THQ goodies for you today. Appropriately titled "The Humble THQ Bundle," you can name your price and pick up Darksiders, Metro 2033, Red Faction: Armageddon, and Company of Heroes, along with its two stand alone sequels, Opposing Fronts and Tales of Valor. That's not all. If you beat the average price, which at the time of this writing is a criminally low $5.31, that's right, five dollars and thirty-one cents, you can get the awesome open world cooperative game, Saint's Row: The Third.
Saints Row: The Third will be getting a compilation edition next week. "The Full Package" version of the game will feature all of the DLC that has come out for the open world mayhem simulator thus far. Saints Row: The Third was an insane romp of violent debauchery, made all the more enjoyable with two player online co-op.
Saints Row: The Third was one of the most enjoyable titles of 2011. This was a sandbox game that shrugged off any notion of logic or mortality (or morality) and went for pure, unadulterated fun. The sex and violence was over the top and campy enough to work. Add a second player into the mix and you've got yourself a party. SR:TT was a big hit for THQ, and they offered a steady amount of DLC to keep players coming back for more.
Saints Row: The Third's giant, super-powered DLC that was expected to come out later this year has been gobbled up by Saints Row 4. "Enter the Dominatrix" will now be a part of the next installment of the franchise, which is due to come out in 2013.
This weekend you can snag Saints Row: The Third on Steam for just $16.99. If you didn't know, this game is bat-crap crazy over the top co-op sandbox action. And it's good. What more do you need to know?
Saints Row: The Third is a DLC machine. THQ's open-world action funhouse seems to drop new content on a weekly basis, be it new outfits, vehicles, or story missions. The three different types of content form a nice Neapolitan mix for everyone. Today we have updates on all three flavors of DLC.
THQ has been a company on the brink of being delisted from the NASDAQ stock exchange due to poor financial results and a low stock price. But things are on the up and up for the company after yesterdays financial report revealed that the two player co-op open world game, Saints Row The Third, sold much better than expectations.
Saint's Row The Third is getting a new batch of DLC today. "The Trouble With Clones" features one very problematic clone, as well as a few new super powers for your Third Street alter ego. There's a little more to it than that, but then I'd be delving into some minor spoilers from the main game. You can expect the usual Saint's Row debauchery. Check out the trailer below to get your science fix.
And people are complaining about zombies plaguing the video game industry…
The second mission-based DLC for Saints Row: The Third, "Gangstas in Space," dropped this week. I put it through its paces and I'm going to let you know if it's worth your hard earned (or easily stolen) cash. As an added bonus, I'll give my impressions on SRTT's other mission-based DLC, "Genkibowl VII," because I just realized we haven't covered it yet. That's two impression pieces for the price of one!
Amazon continues its streak of solid deals on downloadable PC games. This time in their "Farewell to February" sale they have a handful of co-op titles for some low prices included the recently released Darkness II and last years hilariously awesome open world game, Saints Row the Third. Both of those games are only $25.
It's not often a real life homie gets to be your virtual homie in a game, but such is the case with the new Saints Row: The Third DLC coming out on January 17th. The Cheapy D DLC will be available on all three versions of the game and will give you access to Cheap Ass Gamer's founder CheapyD. You'll be able to call him up on your phone to join your gang of scantily clad ninjas to deal with the many gangs of the game.
I think we can all agree, Saints Row: The Third is a damn fun game. I think we can also agree that the real gangsters are working at THQ. Two bucks for some outfits? What the hell, guys? I understand that everyone likes to make money, but SR3 feels like it's been parted out and sold to us through a chop shop. Oh well, if you don't like it, don't buy it. I, however, need a samurai mask and warrior princess underoos for my character, so it looks like the joke is on me.
The Saints Row: The Third website has finally got their stat tracking in working order. Yup, I still have 100% of everything done, but I'm still missing a few chievos. C'est la vie. I don't know what I'm more surprised by, the fact that I've only killed 9,660 people or that I've actually put 48 hours into the game. Where do I find the time? Oh, that's right - I haven't slept more than five hours straight since September 6th. You can see how much time of your life you've spent in Steelport, (and a host of other stats) by logging into the site.
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