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Saints Row 2: A Review
Saints Row 2 is a 2008 action-adventure game developed by Volition and published by THQ. It is the sequel to 2006's Saints Row and the second installment in the Saints Row series. The game was released in October 2008 for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, January 2009 for Microsoft Windows, and April 2016 for Linux. A mobile tie-in game was developed by G5 Entertainment and also released in October 2008.
The game follows the player's custom character, who awakens from a coma after five years to find that their gang, the 3rd Street Saints, has been disbanded, and their former territories taken over by newly-formed criminal syndicates and a corrupt corporation. With the help of new and old allies, the player attempts to rebuild the Saints and take back Stilwater from their rivals. The game features a large open world environment, where the player can explore, customize their character and vehicles, engage in various missions and activities, and fight enemies using a variety of weapons and vehicles. The game also supports online multiplayer modes, where players can cooperate or compete with each other.
Saints Row 2 is played from a third-person perspective and its world is navigated on-foot or by vehicle. The player can freely roam Stilwater, which has been expanded with new locations and consists of two main islands. The game's story missions are unlocked by trading in "Respect" points, currency earned by completing minigames and side-missions. The player can also participate in optional activities such as racing, gang wars, mayhem, escort, insurance fraud, demolition derby, helicopter assault, and more. These activities reward the player with money, respect, weapons, vehicles, clothing, and other benefits.
The player can customize their character's appearance, voice, clothing, tattoos, jewelry, and accessories. The player can also customize their vehicles' appearance and performance. The player can purchase or acquire various properties around Stilwater, such as cribs, stores, factories, and docks. These properties generate income for the player and can be upgraded with amenities such as garages, helipads, weapon caches, etc. The player can also recruit non-playable gang members to assist them in combat or drive-by shootings.
The game's combat system allows the player to use melee attacks, firearms, explosives, and thrown weapons. The player can also use human shields, fine aim, and blind fire. The game features a variety of weapons such as pistols, shotguns, rifles, submachine guns, rocket launchers, grenades, molotov cocktails, chainsaws, samurai swords, etc. Some weapons have special features such as dual wielding or unlimited ammunition. The game also features a variety of vehicles such as cars, motorcycles, boats, planes, helicopters, etc. Some vehicles have special features such as nitrous boost or mounted weapons.
The game supports online multiplayer modes for up to 12 players on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions, and up to 32 players on Windows version. The game features two types of multiplayer modes: co-op and competitive. Co-op mode allows two players to explore Stilwater together while completing missions and activities. Competitive mode offers a variety of game modes such as deathmatch, team deathmatch, capture the flag, stronghold, big ass chains, etc. These modes involve players fighting each other or capturing objectives using weapons and vehicles.
Saints Row 2 received mostly positive reviews from critics, who praised the action and straightforward gameplay, while only criticizing technical issues. The Windows port in particular was heavily criticized for technical issues not present in any of the other versions. The game had sold around 400, 000 units by November 2008, and 3.4 million units by September 2010. A sequel, Saints Row: The Third, was released in November 2011.