"You've never let anyone else tell you what to do so why let us get away with it? The Executive Privilege Pack does away with checks and balances and gives you the power to make the world of Saints Row IV your own. Cheat your way to a hollow victory today!"
$1.99 in the steam store. Cheat DLC? Sounds like cheat dlc.
I think cheat options are great in video games and I'd like to see more games do it. Achievements don't friggin mean anything anyways, so turning them off is kinda silly, but I'm happy to see games remember that developers used to include these kinds of things.
Still, as has been said the game itself already feels amazingly awesome, so I don't think it's really necessary. I'm eagerly awaiting some of the level-based or mission-based stuff like No Ragdoll, though.
I saw a post on Reddit of somebody who bough that, it's all cheat options. Also like SR3, using cheats turns off the auto save and achievements.
I can understand disabling cheeves while using cheats but autosave? thats !@#$ing stupid.
Autosave saves over the last manual save that you used and updates it as you progress. If they didn't disable autosave with cheats it would overwrite the other save you had with the data after you used the cheat and possibly mess it up.