Saints Row 4 might give this game a run for its money...

#51DruffPosted 11/16/2012 1:30:02 PM
xM3NTALx posted...
Until they improve the driving in Saint's Row, GTA will always have my vote. I hate that Crazy Taxi feel it has. Still a fun game, but just saying.


Yeah, driving in SR isn't exactly a transcendental experience. And any game where driving is a major component but doesn't have an in-the-car or on-the-hood camera option is an automatic fail in my book. I'm looking at you too, Just Cause and Sleeping Dogs.
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#52goldwPosted 11/16/2012 1:40:39 PM
The reason why I love GTA IV, because it's one of the few games to make me emotional. I cared about the characters. I wanted to continue through the story.

SA was confusing. I hated the world, disliked the characters, and hated the story. After I unlocked the third city, I stopped with the story. I love the game, but I dislike a lot about it.

Saint's Row has had one great game, one below average one, and one awful one. The third installment threw out everything that made SR2 great out the window, for nonfunny gags, bland customization, and awful writing. There was no feeling in the third game.
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#53mfv12979Posted 11/16/2012 1:44:54 PM
wasn't to happy with sr3. half of the story are activities. they took out fuzz and fight club to be replaced by tiger escort and gang ops who does nothing but stand around. i wouldn't be surprised if sr4 did the same thing. lame stories and keep the lame activities. yes i did put more hours in sr3 than gta 4. its because the gameplay was fun. fighting cops was fun. fighting cops in gta 4 wasn't. slow running just because people prefer realism way more than better gameplay.
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#54DarkLordMorsulPosted 11/16/2012 1:46:56 PM
goldw posted...
The reason why I love GTA IV, because it's one of the few games to make me emotional. I cared about the characters. I wanted to continue through the story.

SA was confusing. I hated the world, disliked the characters, and hated the story. After I unlocked the third city, I stopped with the story. I love the game, but I dislike a lot about it.

Saint's Row has had one great game, one below average one, and one awful one. The third installment threw out everything that made SR2 great out the window, for nonfunny gags, bland customization, and awful writing. There was no feeling in the third game.


I agree with this entire statement
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#55NorkenPosted 11/16/2012 1:59:47 PM
goldw posted...
The reason why I love GTA IV, because it's one of the few games to make me emotional. I cared about the characters. I wanted to continue through the story.

SA was confusing. I hated the world, disliked the characters, and hated the story. After I unlocked the third city, I stopped with the story. I love the game, but I dislike a lot about it.

Saint's Row has had one great game, one below average one, and one awful one. The third installment threw out everything that made SR2 great out the window, for nonfunny gags, bland customization, and awful writing. There was no feeling in the third game.







Now I know you're trolling. Thanks for revealing your true self.

SA confusing. Yeah right.
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#56OkikurmiPosted 11/16/2012 2:04:51 PM
Norken posted...
goldw posted...
The reason why I love GTA IV, because it's one of the few games to make me emotional. I cared about the characters. I wanted to continue through the story.

SA was confusing. I hated the world, disliked the characters, and hated the story. After I unlocked the third city, I stopped with the story. I love the game, but I dislike a lot about it.

Saint's Row has had one great game, one below average one, and one awful one. The third installment threw out everything that made SR2 great out the window, for nonfunny gags, bland customization, and awful writing. There was no feeling in the third game.







Now I know you're trolling. Thanks for revealing your true self.

SA confusing. Yeah right.


maybe it was a wierd sensation called "fun". at least thats what i experienced when playing sa. *fly's off with a jet pack*
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#57goldwPosted 11/16/2012 2:10:25 PM
...What?

The feeling I had was confusing. Yes, I was having fun, but I didn't like the characters or the setting.

I had fun when I played through GTA IV, and I liked the characters and the setting. Ergo, I believe that GTA IV is the superior game.
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#58NicoGrimmPosted 11/16/2012 2:16:35 PM
I loved Vice City, loved San Andreas.
Hated almost everythign about GTA 4.

Loved SR2, liked SR3.

Looking forward to GTA 5, and SR4.

Hurray for opinions?
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#59TRC187Posted 11/16/2012 2:19:34 PM
I'm wondering what the average age is for the people saying they like the SR series?

I'm old, 30's old, and I've tried all the SR's, each one was complete and utter trash in my opinion. They are so far from even being remotely comparable, its funny to me.

The quality, graphics, physics, storyline, detail and overall feel is like comparing a brand new top of the line Mercedes to a 2 year old Kia Rio.

Its weird for me to hear that they are comparable.
#60goldwPosted 11/16/2012 2:23:01 PM
As much as I liked SR2, I could never compare it to any GTA game. It wasn't made with enough care or polish.

Saint's Row is just a goofy sandbox game. It's not legendary, nor will it be heralded through generations.
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