Every single Saints Row game took it to a new level. From standard GTA style game where you needed to earn respect to play missions to a full alien invasion with spaceships in saints row 4.
What is the next level? Well.. It’s hell!
The leader of the Saints is kidnapped to marry the daughter of the devil himself.
Ascend to hell playing as Johny Gat or Kinzie Kensignton on an epic quest to save their beloved leader.
Old friends and enemies will make appearances throughout the game together with everything else you are used to in the Saints row series. A full-length musical number, a talking gun and a lot more in this standalone expansion.
Don’t want to venture alone? You can play the entire game in co-op and it also supports the full use of the steam controller.
- Release date:
- March 26, 2017
How to play Saint’s Row 4
The first Saints Row might have been a standard GTA open-world shooter kind of games, but this is something else.
The superpowers you gained in Saints row 4 are back with a little boost. Flying is the way to move around in this game. No more need for cars, your wings will bring you everywhere you need to go. You can still sprint and jump like Superman, but flying is the main mechanic in this game. You can also spawn little demons to help you battle it out.
These abilities might start off underwhelming, but a few upgrades and you are ready to wreak havoc on everything in hell.
Besides superpowers, there are also guns in this game! Headshots will never go old and always seem to deal with the most damage. But there is another unique weapon in this game: The seven deadly sins. I won’t tell you what they are because finding out yourself is way more fun!
Unfortunately, as with most games. Playing this game with a visual disability is not possible.
The sounds you hear during this game are pretty weird when you can’t see where they are coming from.
Playing without being able to hear should be no problem. There are some funny and weird sounds in this game like a talking gun, but none of these sounds are essential for the gameplay. Subtitles can be turned on in the menu.
This game has full support for the Steam controller. So it is possible to map around the keys to suit your needs and you might even be able to play with one hand.
Most of the interactive gameplay is still aiming and shooting, so one hand could do. The only difficulty might be the flying part. Even without a disability, it took me some time to get the hang of it and I still pretty much suck at it. I played with a keyboard and mouse, but using a controller might be easier in order to fly.
This game should be no problem for a learning disability. There is always a clear objective you need to go to and all the missions are pretty basic as well. There are a few types of missions which use different mechanics but that’s all. They only get more difficult. Not being able to get the max score is not important for progressing in the game.