It's a tale as old as time. Gangster becomes president. President gains superpowers. Superpowerful president defends the earth from aliens. You've heard it a thousand times, and you'll hear it once more when Saints Row IV: Re-Elected makes its way to the Nintendo Switch on March 27th.
The "Re-Elected" version of the 2013 sandbox hit was made specifically for the current generation of consoles and has now made the full circuit with its release on the Switch. It features a startlingly large amount of DLC (25 expansions in total) and includes the two larger, story-focused packs: "Enter the Dominatrix" and "How the Saints Save Christmas".
As evidenced in our review, the Co-Opticrew quite enjoyed Saints Row IV when it first released back in 2013. Alongside the wealth of additional "Re-Elected" content, the Switch version reportedly provides improvements to the game's two player online co-op. Personally, I'm slightly wary of intensive sandbox games getting released on Nintendo's portability-focused console, but it sounds like this version will be well worth looking into.
Saints Row IV and its online co-op are available on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC. The "Re-Elected" edition is also available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and soon, the Nintendo Switch.