We want Saint's Row to be the next step in the evolution of open world games. It is a game that gives you a great deal of freedom: freedom to create and customize your character, freedom to... See full summary »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Julius Little (voice)
Troy (voice)
Johnny Gat (voice)
Dex (voice) (as JAQ)
Lin (voice)
Aisha (voice)
Benjamin King (voice)
Anthony Green (voice) (as TC Carson)
Warren Williams / Radio Voice (voice) (as Ogie Banks III)
Tanya Winters (voice)
Hector Lopez (voice)
Angelo Lopez (voice) (as Freddy Rodriguez)
Andrea Zafra ...
Luz Avalos (voice)
Manuel Orejuela (voice)


We want Saint's Row to be the next step in the evolution of open world games. It is a game that gives you a great deal of freedom: freedom to create and customize your character, freedom to choose how you unfold the various stories and freedom to choose which of the gameplay elements you enjoy the most. You start as a low ranking members of the 3rd Street Saints, a gang that is under attack from three other gangs that dominate the city of Stilwater. In order to survive, you quickly realize that you have to win this fight and take over the city. You do this one neighborhood at a time. In each neighborhood, there is a certain number of things you can do, ranging from street racing, to pimping to Hijacking etc; We call them activities. When you perform these activities, you earn respect in the area. You can perform any of these activities and you will earn respect, it's your choice. Once you've earned enough respect in a neighborhood, we reveal to you either a story mission or the ... Written by fanclub@adriennewilkinson.com

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During development, the Saints' original color was green. See more »


As you drive in a car, your character sounds a horn, but if you move the camera to the front of the car and then sound the horn, your character doesn't use the horn of the car. See more »


Dex: [looking at Luz's bag] What's in there? Guns? Money? Some uncut shit?
[Looks in bag]
Dex: Shoes?
Luz: Actually, they're this season's new...
Main Character: Bullshit! That's last years Fall collection!
Luz: That's not true.
[Main Character points gun at her]
Dex: Let it go man.
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Referenced in Duke Nukem Forever (2011) See more »


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Written by Patrick Stump, Pete Wentz, Joseph Trohman, and Andrew Hurley
Performed by Fall Out Boy
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A true GTA beater
7 October 2006 | by (Kildary, Scotland) – See all my reviews

I'm a fan of most rockstar games like Manhunt, The Warriors and of course Grand Theft Auto. But I got bored of GTA San Andreas very quickly. However, as soon as I played Saints Row at my friends house I knew it was a GTA beater. Why? First off all, graphically its far better plus there's a lot more you can do like insurance fraud, hit-man jobs, and holding up stores (which you can break into at night and steal money out of the safes) The combat is far better and the whole customize your character works really well. Its cool how you can shoot out your windows in any direction unlike the terrible drive-bys in GTA. Also the explosions are really good. The vehicle goes flying in the air as parts fly of it which is cool. The shooting is really good. No longer does it just auto aim immediately at the enemies head to kill.

Unfortunately you cant ride on motorcycles and helicopters but the amount of cars and trucks makes up for it I suppose. But it would have been better if THQ stretched out a little further to give a bigger variety of vehicles. Thats the main reason GTA is better but overall Saints Row gains more than it looses. You can even by music for your MP3 player in Saints Row Overall, Saints Row is an excellent game that defiantly gives Grand Theft Auto a run for its money and THQ did a good job of fixing GTA's faults

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