Saints Row: The Third -- The Full Package announced - destructoid

Saints Row: The Third -- The Full Package announced

12:00 PM on 09.24.2012

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor


After all of the "Strap it on" promotional messaging for Saints Row: The Third, I'm almost numb to the name of this upcoming retail package, but it's nice to see them stick with it. Essentially, it's another one of those Game of the Year editions, due out November 6, 2012 for PlayStation 3, PC, and Xbox 360.

For $49.99, this includes the core game itself, Genkibowl VII, Gangstas In Space, The Trouble With Clones, and 30-some DLC items. Hardly a bad deal, but I don't remember hearing a whole lot of praise for the add-ons. Either way, The Third is a hell of a good time and worth playing any way you can.




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