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Play as your own customized President of United States Of America and fight for an Alien invasion that nobody saw coming.

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Keith Arem

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Troy Baker ... The President of The United States of America - Male 1 (voice)
Laura Bailey ... The President of The United States of America - Female 1 (voice)
Robin Atkin Downes ... The President of The United States of America - Male 3 (voice)
Kenn Michael ... The President of The United States of America - Male 2 (voice)
Diane Michelle Diane Michelle ... The President of The United States of America - Female 2 (voice)
Sumalee Montano ... The President of The United States of America - Female 3 (voice)
Nolan North ... The President of The United States of America - Nolan North (voice)
JB Blanc ... Zinyak / Phillipe Loren (voice)
Keith David ... Keith David / Julius Little (voice)
Daniel Dae Kim ... Johnny Gat (voice)
Michael Clarke Duncan ... Benjamin King (voice) (credit only)
Terry Crews ... Benjamin King (voice)
Arif S. Kinchen ... Pierce Washington (voice)
Danielle Nicolet ... Shaundi (voice)
Jennifer Jules Hart ... SR2 Shaundi / Fun Shaundi (voice)
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The fourth installment of the outrageous and hilarious series of, "Saints Row" comes Saints Row IV. The leader of the Third Street Saints has become the President of the United States of America, and must save the world from an alien invasion that nobody saw coming. Written by Keelan Cetinich

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 August 2013 (USA) See more »

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Saints Row 4 See more »

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Zinyak: Before you I place a choice. Walk through the blue door and continue to face yet more failures at saving those closest to you. Your race will live on borrowed time and will, through your violent arrogance, wind up extinct. Walk through the red door, however, and I will release the humans whom I have collected. I will give them amnesty and even a ship from my fleet to do with as they see fit. However, in choosing this door, you will willingly submit yourself to execution. This is the moment ...
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Huge amounts of crazy, lots of fun too.
31 August 2013 | by g-lenoSee all my reviews

The first Saints Row game that i played was the third one, and This one takes a lot of material from its Predecessor. The city is the same so if you learned where things were, you will have no problems with navigation. The best thing about these games is the comedy found in everything, from the names of places to the content of conversations between characters. Some game take themselves far too seriously but this is a refreshing break from that.

Some refer to these games as Grand Theft Auto's little sibling, but I think that it is different enough to stand alone as an adult game, without the comparisons by simply having the craziest storyline and missions in games. Another big bonus is the character design aspect that allows you to create you own character in the same way as Skyrim and other games. This makes it personal to you, rather than being given a set character that you have no attachment to at the start.

The only criticism I have of this game would probably be that there may be a little too much repetition on the collectible side of things. most games that I have played have 50-200 items to find. I was a bit daunted by the Amazing spider-man game having 700! but over 1200 here may get boring for the people like me, who play to 100% complete, by the end of the game.

All in all, a very entertaining game that deserves to be played! If you enjoy this game as much as I have then it will be money well spent!


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