Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell Review
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Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell Box Art
System: PS4*, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360, PC
Dev: Volition, High Voltage Software
Pub: Deep Silver
Release: January 20, 2015
Players: 1
Screen Resolution: 480p-1080p Blood, Intense Violence, Partial Nudity, Sexual Content, Strong Language, Use of Drugs

Right off the bat, once you run into Dan, you already have like 51 quests you can do. This only continues to grow as you progress through the game. I already mentioned the side quests of saving the falling souls, but you also have the ability to play as one of the Husks (damned souls) in order to cause as much damage, or as they put it, years in which they’ve been tortured, and then of course the normal stuff like causing as much destruction as possible, races (only this time they are flying races), find various collectibles hidden all over Hell. There’s no shortage of stuff to do in this game.

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Things are only made more enjoyable by the voice cast of the game. Everyone nails their respective characters and continue the level of amusing self-aware mentality that has been present for the past couple of games. If you are a comic book fan, think Deadpool only a little more contained when it comes to the fourth wall. Hey did I mention there are musical numbers in this game.

Graphically, this is a solid looking game. Nothing too glamorous, everything just seems like a typical Saints Row game but a little sharper more polished here and there. During my time with the game I have to say it was a very pleasing Hell of an experience. I do wonder is we will see the day when Saints Row games start “growing-up” I really hope not. The stylized fun approach to the series is really what helps it retain its own path and helps define it in its own right.


In the end, should you pick the latest Saints Row chapter? Why the Hell not? The Saints games have continued to walk their own path and if you’ve been enjoying the recent experiences they’ve been throwing at us, then there is simply no reason to not get this one. Tons of gameplay, awesome new abilities, and probably the most enjoyable time anyone would really spend in Hell. Yeah I’m sold and you will be too.

Matt Walker
Date: January 19, 2015

It a good presentation but not necessarily anything we haven’t seen already.
Even after a few hours of playing the controls can feel a little cumbersome.
Music / Sound FX / Voice Acting
Great voice cast delivers a lot of joyous dialogue and so much more.
Play Value
There’s a ton to do right from the get go, and the story is engaging.
Overall Rating - Great
Not an average. See Rating legend below for a final score breakdown.
Review Rating Legend
0.1 - 1.9 = Avoid 2.5 - 2.9 = Average 3.5 - 3.9 = Good 4.5 - 4.9 = Must Buy
2.0 - 2.4 = Poor 3.0 - 3.4 = Fair 4.0 - 4.4 = Great 5.0 = The Best

Game Features:

  • Play as Johnny Gat or Kinzie Kensington - For the first time ever, play as the fan favorites Johnny Gat and Kinzie Kensington, alone or in 2-player online co-op.
  • An Open World from Hell - Wage war against the Prince of Darkness through-out the 5 unique districts of hell any way you want: rescue allies, pick a fight with nightmarish Arch-Dukes, rob Satan's soul processing plants... dozens of options await you in an all new city unlike any that's been seen in Saints Row before.
  • New Supernatural Powers - The acclaimed super powers of Saints Row 4 are back with a hellish twist - Soar through the air on fallen angel's wings, summon devilish imps to attack your foes, and surround yourself in a divine aura that forces all to worship you.
  • Outrageous Weapons - Put the 7 deadly sins to good use with an arsenal of underworld themed arms: fire exploding frogs at enemies, shoot swarms of locusts, and even deal destruction from afterlife's most comfortable (and lethal) armchair.
  • Kill Dex - We promise you can do it this time. Pinky swear.

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