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Players can become nude, but the groin, buttocks and breasts are pixelated.

There are a lot of sexualised women in the game, with one mission even taking place in a BDSM club (including gimps).


There is plenty of violence in this game, but most of it is comical and campy in nature. Most of the violence-blood ratio is fairly mild, but it goes off the charts when using other weapons such as the "Apoca-fists".

Shooting enemies will result in small splatters of blood. Using weapons such as "The Penetrator" or just pure hand-to-hand combat will produce a similar effect.

The player can light enemies on fire with a flame-thrower.

Attacking enemies with more powerful weapons can do massive amounts of damage, which often leads to a large amount of explicit detail and effect. Weapons such as the "Apoca-fists" will cause enemies to completely explode into blood and gore.

There are lots of explosions and other action stunts throughout the game.


There are uses of words like "Fuck", "Shit", "Ass", "Bitch" etc. but most of this foul language is censored for comedic effect.


Some of the collectibles scattered about the game are large palettes of narcotics (presumably cocaine or heroin). The player can not use these drugs however.

In one mission, the player will wake up naked in a mansion, clearly intoxicated by some sort of drug.

The main character is sometimes shown drinking beer.

At one point in the game you have to find a drug dealer, but you don't purchase drugs from him.

There is a bar that you can go to in the game, but you cannot purchase drinks.


While the majority of this game is comical it can get fairly intense at some points, as lots of the action stunts are very chaotic, but again, comical.

Many players may find the sexual topics such as BDSM, sex changes, prostitution and streaking both inappropriate and offensive.

The character that you play as in this game is the leader of an odd mix between Corporate America, and a Teenager's fantasized version of Gang-life. The entire game is about accomplishing tasks that defy authority and law enforcement, making this game especially inappropriate for non-adults.

Total Explicit Content: 34/50

Not for anyone under 17.

If Saints Row: The Third (2011) was a movie, it would be R: For Graphic Bloody Violence, Nudity, Drug Use, and Pervasive Strong Language Throughout


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