Is The Saints Row Gaming Franchise Good Anymore?
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I kindly challenge any gamer out there who feels the opposite way. I also hope this will be a fun debate for the both of us.
I would prefer a person who played SR3-SRGoH.
The game gave you the power to become something that not anyone can become, an insane and violent leader of a gang that defies other powers.
I accept things have changed, I accept that things get worse after time, I just don't have to like it.
With story in the recent games, it seems plain and rather random and badly written. In SR3 you rob a Syndicate's bank in Stilwater, then you get arrested. Immediately, the only connection to the previous game at this point are the lieutenants and the city. Then you are transported into a plane by the DeWynter sisters and meet the, for now, antagonist who starts it all. He offers a deal similar to Maero's in SR2, which is stupid, he could've just asked for payment for damages instead of angering Johnny and the Boss. (Has he heard how ruthless they were? They literally buried Akuji's son alive) Then Johnny fights and gets himself "Killed" which adds the revenge factor in the story. (We didn't even get a highly dramatic death that Carlos got honoured with...) The rest of the story line doesn't make that much sense further in. Like robbing the army base, that was completely unnecessary since the 3rd Street Saints in Stilwater would've had enough resources to take over Steelport.
I leave you to speak your mind now.
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