August 6th 2013 8:47 am PT

Saints Row IV Inauguration Station

Saints Row IV Inauguration Station
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Description: Upload characters created or modified in the "Inauguration Station" to play with them in Saints Row IV. Tip: You can download your Saints Row: The Third characters to update them for Saints Row IV. Browse an online gallery to view thousands of shared community characters.

 

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Xbox 360, Xbox Live By Larry Hryb, Xbox LIVE's Major Nelson

  • Nick Peck

    Not sure if I’d get this game or not, but that’s a pretty cool app to mess with to then import it into the game. I’d like to see more stuff like this in the future for games as it would help take a bit of “waiting” edge off :D

  • Boss

    Would be pretty cool if this game come out on Xbox One and you could use Kinect 2.0 to 3D scan your face into the game

  • O Mosqueda

    I suppose this download is for Gold at this moment.
    Going a little off-topic with no wrong intention, will there be no announcements for upcoming content and offers this week either?

    • Jeffery Taylor

      DotW looks like it’s Spidermen and X-Men games. Also, Rayman Origins is 50% off, as is Rayman Raving Rabbids, so maybe Ubisoft is having a sale or something.

      Brothers kicks off Summer of Arcade tomorrow for 1200 MSP ($15).

      • O Mosqueda

        Finding out what the DotW is not much of a problem, but offers like this suspiciously-looking Rayman Rabbids and upcoming content it’s hard to find out, especially if no panels at the dashbord are set for them.

  • Guest

    major-nelson = woman

    • roozbeh

      Who is this guy?

      • Death Dealer

        The same troll as always.

      • Guest

        That is Murder Dealer. he makes extra accounts to like him self is it not nice? and roozbeh greets HYPERTROLL-THING

        • roozbeh

          Lawlz

          • Death Dealer

            If you want real lolz, go to the URL below. He’s been caught in the act by multiple community members and they’re on a witch hunt to get this guy.
            http://www gamekings tv/videos/vragen-over-gta-v-en-de-playstation-vita/
            Look at the pictures in the Disqus thread. I think I might change my account soon as it has been confirmed he is stalking me too. A real psychopath.

          • roozbeh

            oh god this is just sad.

  • Jorge Garza

    Major, this is an off topic but I can’t find help anywhere.

    There is a HUUUUGE bug in the digital version of Forza Horizon, I bought it and when I try to play it says my “disc” is unplayable. Wtf!? I’m not even using a disc since this is the digital version of the game, so I can’t even play the game I paid for.

    It is not a HDD problem, since I have over 50 games and everyone works fine. This is a well known problem that a lot of people have since 6 months ago and Microsoft doesn’t have a solution yet.

    Sorry for the off topic guys, you may understand how pissed I am because I can not play the game I paid for. BS!

    • John Doe

      Don’t be sorry to post such an issue that NEEDS to be addressed.
      I would be upset too, I’m actually upset for you. In this day of age where digital is being shoved down our throats, consumers should NEVER have to face this kind of problem.
      This is why I favor physical disc. YOU can’t get a refund on a game that doesn’t work, and that sucks. I hope your issue is solved as soon as possible.

      • Jorge Garza

        Thank you. Specially because they are pushing the digital market.

        The offered a refund, BUT I got this game when it was on sale. So they offered a refund to the price I paid. How is that fair? They should refund me the current price so I can buy the game again, or they should give me a physical copy and retire the license for the digital game from my profile.

        • John Doe

          I honestly think giving you back the money you paid for is fair and not a cent more.
          While retiring the license and giving you a physical copy would be a great suggestion, but it would be complicated since you got it on sale, but they should do that anyway. In the meantime, they should remove the digital item off the market until the problem is fixed.

          • Jorge Garza

            Well, they can refund me for the current price and make sure that I rebuy the game. I’m not interested in the money, I just want to play.

          • Michael Burden

            Conversely, if you bought the game at full price and when you wanted a refund it was on sale, would you be happy only getting the current sale price back as a refund? You are only legally entitled to get a refund for the amount you paid, regardless of the current selling price.

        • Sledg

          So it sounds like you “shared” this game or downloaded on one console and transferred it to another. I’m not sure if that’s the case but it seems to be the case for the handful of people that are having problems with the digital download. Turn 10 studios did say they were looking at this issue back on July 10th.

          They offered a refund, I’d be happy about that.

          • Jorge Garza

            Yes I did that, but that shouldn’t be a problem since there is an actual option Microsoft offers.

        • The Yankee

          It def is an issue if it’s crashing HOWEVER games you buy are attached to your gamer tag. I’ve been able to redownload everything I’ve even paid for since 2006. When I had a 20GB hard drive I had to remove my halo3 DLC to make room for black ops DLC. Since buying a 250 GB Hard drive I’ve been able to recoup everything. Go thru your download history thru setting and you’ll see EVERYTHING you’ve ever downloaded. To answer your second part..NO..you shouldn’t get more money for something that was on sale…what is your logic behind that? Even at retail stores you would not get full amount if bought on sale and that goes for ANYTHING you buy.

          • Jorge Garza

            I know how the downloads works, since I have over 50 digital games. I tried to download the game again several times, even cleaning the cache and redownload my gamertag.

            My logic is that I have the right to play the game I paid for, and of course they are still selling. So, if I can’t play for some reason, they should respect my right. They sold me something that has flaws, so give me the exact same game I paid for that actually works.

            Even when I bought it from sale, I just want to be able to play the exact same game that I already paid for. It is not my fault that they changed the price, I just want to play the game.

        • Michael Burden

          Why should you be entitled to more than you paid for the game? No company will give your the current retail price for a returned item bought on sale. You are only entitled to the dollar amount you paid otherwise all kinds of crooks would buy sale items only to return them when the sale was over for profit.

          But to your problem – It appears that it is a known problem that is being worked on and there are a couple of workarounds. If you initially downloaded the game on another Xbox console, you may need to do a license transfer. You might also try deleting the game, clearing your cache and downloading it again. The first option seems to work for most as it appears to be a DRM issue, but some have reported the second solution works as well.

          • Jorge Garza

            It is not a “return”. Think about it as a warranty when they give you the exact same product that actually works.

            I have tried several things, trust me. I am not able to transfer licenses since I transferred my licenses to my second console 2 months ago. However, I’m not interested in transferring my licenses since I play on both consoles. That is not a solution for me.

          • Michael Burden

            They offered you a refund for the amount you paid – that is fair and something they didn’t have to do since the policy is no returns on digital items. That is as good as a replacement since they obviously cannot give you another digital copy which would do the same thing. You are not entitled to more than you paid regardless of what the current retail price is. Plus, if you check Amazon or eBay you could probably find it close to the sale price if you hunted a bit.

            Other than the license transfer, the only thing you can do is wait for a patch to fix the problem or buy it on disc. Since you have two Xboxes, is it working on one and not the other? If so, then you have confirmed the problem as well as my solution for the problem.

          • Jorge Garza

            It’s funny because I’m sure that if you were on my situation, you would think like me.

            I don’t want “more money”, I just want the exact same game. Does that makes sense to you? Even if its digital, they told me on the phone that they can retire the license from my profile so they actually can give me another “copy” through a redeem code.

            When I said I wanted the refund for the current price, I was actually assuming you would think I wanted to buy the game.

            They can give me a redeem code, that shouldn’t be a problem.

            About the licenses, it does solve the problem if you transfer the licenses but as I said, I’m unable to make a transfer right now, and I’m not willing to do that anyway, since I’m not doing anything wrong, because they give you the option to play the games your games in any console, as long as you are log in.

          • Michael Burden

            Seriously, I do not see what the problem is as Microsoft has gone above and beyond what was required by:

            a) offering to refund the money you paid
            b) or offering you a code to replace the game after retiring the license.

            And no I would not think like you if I was in the same situation as I know how retail returns/refunds work from experience. I would not expect to get more money than I paid for an item just because it is no longer on sale. And whose retail price should they go by? And how would they know you were going to purchase a copy there, much less if you were going to use that to repurchase the game to begin with? Do you see the problem there?

            You bought the DIGITAL version which they offered to replace (according to you) or give you a refund – all fair resolutions from a business and consumer standpoint. It does not entitle you to a disc version of the same game when that was not what you purchased.

          • Jorge Garza

            When did I said they offered a code? As I SAID NUMEROUS TIMES, I DON’T WANT MORE MONEY THAT I PAID FOR, I JUST WANT THE EXACT SAME GAME.

            I suggested that they should give me a redeem code just to make sure I get the same game, but they DID NOT OFFERED THIS, IT WAS MY IDEA.

            I suggested 3 things:
            A) Refund me the current price so I can buy it again
            B) Retire the license from my profile and give me a physical copy
            C) Retire the license from my profile and give me a redeem code to redownload.

            They said they can only refund me for the amount I paid, and retire the license. Obviously they can retire the license, because they actually told me. So, obviously they are also able to create a redeem code for that game but they don’t want to do that apparently.

            Does that make sense to you?

          • Michael Burden

            I apologize that I misunderstood what you said, and that actually make more sense as I had never heard of them offering a replacement code in the past. Still, you are getting EXACTLY what you are due – a full refund of the price you paid which is ALL you are entitled to by law. You are in no way entitled to a refund at retail price if you bought it on sale nor are you entitled to a disc version when you bought a digital one, and quite silly for you to think that is the case. They treated you more than fairly and you are just being hard-headed about the whole situation.

          • Jorge Garza

            I will gladly accept the refund instead of they fixing the problem, if they stop selling this on the marketplace. Because they know it has flaws, however they are still selling it. Why?

            I know why, because they don’t care.

    • Death Dealer

      Yes, it is a widespread problem and MS is aware of it. There are multiple topics on the Xbox and FM Forums about it and a patch is on the way. No ETA unfortunately and they might patch the base download, so you’ll probably have to redownload when it’s done.

      • Jorge Garza

        It is a well know problem, the problem is that they knew about it since March, and still doesn’t work.

  • John Doe

    Waited too long for a new demo only to get this, a demo with no actual gameplay.
    What’s the point in making week 1 demos Gold exclusive anymore?

    Hey Microsoft, instead of using that Xbox money to pay companies for Apps we can use on the computer for free, how about forcing these publishers to put out fuggin’ demos?!

    Still can’t believe the lack of a Deadpool demo. And sadly, we’re not gonna get a demo for GTAV nor WatchDogs. We’re gonna be waiting until October for an actual worthy demo and that’s Batman Origins. And that’s assuming it’s not late this time like Arkham City. And god forbid if we get an Assassin’s Creed demo for once.
    Step your game up Microsoft and have these Games on Demand games have demos too. It should be a sin not to have one, no one wants to gamble their money on a digital item they can’t return.
    This generation of gaming sucks due to greed. Back in my day, we used to have gaming magazines bundled with a demo disc that features every new game coming out. I miss that.

    • Jorge Garza

      I don’t need a demo for GTA:V, I will buy it blindfolded.

      It is going to be EPIC!

      • John Doe

        Meh, don’t know why I said GTAV, their will never be a demo for that, it’s too good.

        • dibils

          you dont know what you are saying anywhere…. how about you think before posting, just cause this is the internet doesnt mean you should spout everu bunch of ridiculous nonsense that comes to your head

    • dibils

      ahm why is it MSs fault for there being no demos? lmao ignorance is high with this one

      • John Doe

        The lack of comprehensive is high with you.

        I never said it’s their fault. Note that I said Microsoft should pay publishers to release demos. If publishers are refusing to release demos for games, then I’m suggesting that Microsoft should start trying hard to make sure we get them anyway. Just like in the case of Games on Demand, I’m sure that involves with some kind of deal to get those out too.

        The reason why I’m throwing Microsoft’s name in it is to actually benefit the whole “herpderp if u get Xbawks Live Gold u gets access 2 demos early while Silver w8 a week omg yay amirite?” again. This “subscription advantage” is not even worth to brag about anymore since publishers rarely put out demos. This needs to change. Either remove that as a “feature” or start improving on the selection of demos.

        This suggestion would be a slight advantage over Sony, since Microsoft likes to one up them. To the competition kiddies “At least Xbox has demos” sounds good right?

        But whatever, I guess that’s a stupid idea, I’m just ignorant.

        • dibils

          what demos would you like? when there isnt any games coming out obviously there wont be demos coming out lol

          Also if MS paid publishers to release demos that would be the biggest waste of money in the history of gaming

          • John Doe

            Here is a list of highly anticipated games that never got a public release demo:
            Anarchy Reigns
            Aliens Colonial Marines
            Crysis 3 (Beta doesn’t count, SP demo would be nice)
            Tomb Raider
            The Walking Dead Survival Instincts
            Bioshock Infinite
            Dead Island Riptide
            Star Trek (not a fan but even Major was hyping the movie up)
            Remember Me
            Deadpool
            Because the lack of a public playable demo, Aliens:CM turned out nothing like the previous builds did and everyone bought it blindly and got disappointed.
            The Walking Dead Survival Instincts was SO tight lipped in terms of any actual gameplay shown due to how horrible the game actual turned out in the end. There was like one gameplay video to go by a little before it’s release date.
            I would put Defiance on the list, but that’s a MMORPG, and a multiplayer demo for such a game would be too much. So I’ll let it slide.
            And I know Star Trek fans who bought it’s game only to be disappointed by it’s dumb A.I.
            As for the comment of “biggest money wasted in history”. I bet you like the idea of the Xbox One being a cable box don’t you?
            “There isn’t any games coming out”
            Maybe if you stop using your console as a Netflix machine, you would be aware of some.

          • roozbeh

            Dude the cable thing is unrelated to demos. There are a good deal of games so you might want to reconsider what you said there.
            Plus ms could ask for demos but don’t you think forcing it would be a bit too far? Its publishers that allow this and unless the publisher is ms itself I doubt multi platform publishers would release a demo just for Microsoft. Either we get a demo or we don’t. Nothing much microsoft can do about it.

          • John Doe

            I already edit it after I realized it for myself.

          • roozbeh

            Well there’s no profit in it for Microsoft if they do it. It’s basic business sense.

    • Nick Peck

      The company decides to release something like this, NOT MS. Man, so many clueless people out there with opinions on topics they know nothing about. Do homework first, then come back.

      MS has nothing to do with demos unless it’s one of their games, how is this hard to understand?

      • John Doe

        Where in my post did I blame Microsoft for the lack of demos? Yeah, exacty. Read my comment I gave to dibils since you also failed to comprehend.

        • Nick Peck

          “Hey Microsoft, instead of using that Xbox money to pay companies for Apps we can use on the computer for free, how about forcing these publishers to put out fuggin’ demos?!”

          “Step your game up Microsoft and have these Games on Demand games have demos too”

          “This generation of gaming sucks due to greed”

          Welcome to the times. All MS can do is ask for them but it simply is NOT up to them to force devs to do it. I remember the old discs with mag’s too but it’s a different world out there these days.

          • usrev

            why don’t games on demand games all have demos?

            this generation does suck because of greed.

            why doesn’t all this xbl gold money go into things like this? all they have to do is do what sony does and have 1hour game trials for all games on demand games, so you download the game and have 1hour to play the game as you want no restrictions. then it ends says “would you like to buy it?”

          • Bush O Connor

            reminds me of this. watch?v=ac9Z6CN14Gs

    • StormRaging

      Demos are not easy things to make and they detract from the time they could spend making the game and then after the game, making DLC. When a company has to choose between paying their devs to make a free demo or paid DLC I think DLC will win out every time. It’s sad but true.

      • John Doe

        Exceeeept……
        Developers ALWAYS have demos, they present these demos to gaming sites like Gamespot, IGN and gaming conventions to show off and have them reviewed, they HAVE TO make these demos. Remember when they demonstrated Modern Warefare 2 at e3? The demo you can download right now is the same demo from their e3 presentation. Give us those demos. With that said, their time is not being wasted from doing anything else. Even if it’s an early build demo of the game like “Injustice Gods Among Us”, at least it’s something to go off of.

        • roozbeh

          Possibly because of sales declining due to people playing the demo over the game

          • John Doe

            Which happen never. If a game sale is bad, it’s because it’s a bad game, simple as that.

          • roozbeh

            Well their was article about it recently.
            Anyway I agree with you but do you think a developer would agree?

          • Michael Burden

            You are correct, there was an article which showed many games with demos actually did have worse sales than those without. And this was true whether the demo was good or bad – if it was bad, the results are rather obvious. Even when it was a good, representative demo the developer still saw lower sales since many would only play that demo and not purchase the game (or at least not buy it new). Obviously this is not true across the board, but many did see a trend.

          • Sledg

            I never read the article but I would guess a big portion of it should have stated that demos usually do a bad job representing the game. It’s so limited and is never done correctly. Sometimes it’s hard to highlight the best parts of a game in a demo and it would require a good amount of work to do that.

            There have been plenty of times were I played the demo and thought the game was bad only to find out that the retail version was really good.

          • Michael Burden

            That is true, but the converse is if they make too good of a demo many people will only play that instead of purchasing the game outright at launch. They will use that to sate their appetite until the price drops on the retail game.

          • Sledg

            It’s a lose/lose situation then, hence the removal of demos from most publishers. Makes sense.

            Of course I’ve never found it fun to play a demo more than once.

          • John Doe

            I should try to find this article. Because I can think of a few games where demos have no affect on it’s sales AND even if this was a concern to Publishers, there are ways to release a demo and avoid the fear of “demos make bad sales”.
            Do I think the devs would agree with me? I would like to say Publishers. But overall, no, they wouldn’t. Companies rather have people take a risk rather than them having a slight of bit of interest. It’s just how life is, unfortunately.

          • StormRaging

            That definitely isn’t true. I can think of many great games that sold horribly. Psychonauts, Beyond Good and Evil, Shenmue, Grim Fandango, MadWorld, Okami. Should I go on?

          • John Doe

            Jesus Christ, why did I said that? I do recall good underrated gems myself.

          • O Mosqueda

            It’s nothing against you, but I disagree with that. I do think there are lame-os that do that, playing the demo over and over instead of buying the game. But the turth is that these demos have the same effect as with the XBLA games, you get the demo and if you like what you play, you go for the full experience, if you don’t, you’ll avoid it. Sales will depend on how good is the game they played in the demo, not on how many picked the demo instead of buying the full game.

          • roozbeh

            I disagree with that myself. But publishers and devs keep bringing it up. Most of the time because the game is just bad but still I can agree it could have an effect on smaller games

        • StormRaging

          They don’t ALWAYS have demos or always have demos that are even like the game. Remember the Halo 2 E3 demo?

          • StudioMultimédia Gon’Interacti

            exactly, an alpha/beta built for rating and review is not a demo

    • Sledg

      Demos would be great but as StormRaging said they are very expensive. There is no way MS should cough up this kind of money and it really isn’t their problem. Go talk to the publishers and the companies that do the dev work.

      • John Doe

        We have Apps on the Xbox 360 console. Apps you need to pay a subscription for to use but yet you can use those said “apps” on the computer for free.
        “There is no way MS should cough up this kind of money.”
        At least my suggestion is money not wasted and benefits to gamers.
        And read my comment replied to StormRaging.

        • Sledg

          I don’t know, I still think it’s a waste of money. There are so many bad demos out there and I would think a publisher would want more features instead of a demo.

          • usrev

            a demo is the game as it is. a demo for BF3 would be battlefield 3’s online but with just 1 map allowed. it’s not like they have to build the demo from the ground up.

          • beardyman3218

            But demos are usually an earlier build of a game and dont represent the final game, some people dont buy the game then because they think its going to be like this on release thus hurting the publishers sales for no reason. demo’s are over rated, now if it was a trial of a finalised game like the first mission or two that would be good.

  • Timothy Shilleto

    can’t download in australia why

    • Michael Burden

      Probably because the main game still has not been approved by your country’s ratings board as it was recently refused classification again. They will be resubmitting a new version at some time for approval.

      • Timothy Shilleto

        the edited version was approval other day

        • roozbeh

          Maybe it still has the probing thing in it.

          • Timothy Shilleto

            probing thing is dlc not in main game it was to do with drug uses

          • roozbeh

            I heard it was due to alien probing but I could be wrong.

          • Timothy Shilleto

            aussie version will only be about to play coop with aussie version i think is silly

          • Timothy Shilleto

            i can download this on steam but not xbox live?

          • roozbeh

            I don’t know sorry

          • Timothy Shilleto

            i buy the uk version lol

          • roozbeh

            Is it compatible? Cause I heard this is region locked

          • Timothy Shilleto

            its pal version it will work

          • beardyman3218

            Yes this happened with san andreas a while back in australia didn’t it? I remember lots of people were importing it from the UK.

          • Timothy Shilleto

            yes it did i was one of them

          • O Mosqueda

            Seeing what happens in Germany, Greece, Australia (apparently) and many other countries, it seems that the only two regions were you can really play games freely is North America and Japan. There’s censorship too, of course, but most of it is self-censorship, not law-over-enfoced.

          • Costas

            I live in Greece.
            No censorship here

          • O Mosqueda

            A couple of years I heard about a policy that forbid arcade games, I never knew if it was lifted or if it was kept. Sorry.
            I hope they never apply it there too, Germans have a hard time getting stuff like Dead Rising.

          • Costas

            Nope . Never happened. The only games we didn’t get were Yaris , Aegis wings and some American football arcades.
            But you could easily make an English account and get them if you wanted to. Which I did for Aegis wings

        • Michael Burden

          Then it is probably just slightly delayed in your region if it was just approved by the ratings board.

  • E.Nich

    Hey Major, it’s the second week that you don’t update the Coming soon sales, there is any problem?

    edit: btw, this week’s dotw is Rayman, X-men and Spiderman GoD sales.

    • Death Dealer

      I think the marketing dept. has failed him and he received no list to post.

    • Bennijin

      The sales have all sucked, that’s probably why.

      • E.Nich

        Well, he used to update even the bad sales (and we know there’ve been a lot).

  • MrRadiolips

    I know this is an Xbox site so im not a troll ok. Just saying to gamers who play all systems and use PC that Steam has a free demo out for Saints RowIV. So if you are not just a fanboy you can play it their ok.

    • Guest

      steam > xbox one

      • Guest

        no it’s xbox one > steam LOL GREETS JAS.N V.RHEES_

      • roozbeh

        steam >xbox one and ps4 and wii u combined

    • Not_A_PC_Gamer

      I play CONSOLES ONLY.. I have absolutely zero interest in PC GAMING and more than likely never will. I’ve been gaming for over 35 years and the only time I ever played on PC was over at a friend’s house with Doom and DukeNukem 3d back in the mid 90’s.

      To this very day, I haven’t even visited the Steam Website.. I’m not very fond of Valve or Gabe Newal to be honest with you.

      • MobileVortex

        Ur missing out bro, PC gaming is so much better then console gaming. I only console game when im sick/or just dont feel like getting off the couch.

        • Not_A_PC_Gamer

          Thank you for the mature response and not flaming or calling me ignorant. My point is though… I don’t even have time to juggle both the PS3 and 360 with everything I want to play. Throwing the PC platform into the Mix would just distract more of my free time. Not only that but just starting to game on PC would require alot of research into specs, hardware, etc. I’m not very computer centric when it comes to specs and all that. Not saying PC gaming is bad, it’s just not for me at the moment.

          • MrRadiolips

            Their is downsides to both console and PC but ultimately PC has the quality i crave. Plus it is more involved with the gamer due to having more control.

          • Not_A_PC_Gamer

            True, maybe one day man.. maybe one day I’ll dabble in it!

      • Costas

        We got that from your name. No need to explain

    • boe2

      Thanks, now I can check how smooth my pc can run it. Easier to decide that way if I shall buy the PC or console version.

  • Joshua Guss

    On XBOX ONE the graphics look like real life, I hope Saints Row be like real life. On Saints Row & GTA games, I’ve been waiting for them to make it more real by having the cops to get you if they catch you run a Red Light. That’ll be more real and more fun. You can take a risk and run a Red Light if you want, but if the cops catch you, you’ll get a ticket. I hope that’s how Saints Row 4 & GTA 5 be.

    • John Doe

      If you ever played Driver, you’ll know how fun it’s not.
      The cops chase you just for speeding past them.

      • Xenokai

        Driver was great, how is it not fun that they chased you for speeding? driver is prob one of the greatest car chase games ever made. Ever played need for speed hot pusuit 2 for PS2? thats by far the best highspeed racer ever made and the cops chase you for speeding on it, and even give you a ticket. Now days the need for speed games are lauaghably bad and only focus on graphics.

        • AC130

          Don’t forget Test Drive Unlimited.

      • usrev

        oh man I loved driver 1 and 2 for ps1. so much fun in free roam.

        • beardyman3218

          I loved the opening mission in the car park, doing 180 turns and slaloms around the pillars, aaah memories.

          • StudioMultimédia Gon’Interacti

            those version of driver are unbeatable classic. The first test was hard, we don’t get to see that anymore in games in general. And doing burn, speed and running through red light get you cops attention, it was brillantly fun. The latest driver never recapture the feeling we had on the first one

          • beardyman3218

            whilst i still very much enjoyed all driver games after 1 and 2 they are the two best driver games. /watch?v= 5YV1oH2oYO8, thats the link to the opening scene of the driver just add you tube url before that :-). very much like driver 1 opening scene.

          • roozbeh

            and here i was thinking i was a bad driver. love it when it came back at san francisco

          • roozbeh

            you saw the film too? love the chicken challenge near the end.

    • Costas

      Sure. Because Saints Row is all about realism , right?

  • Death Dealer

    http://www eurogamer net/articles/2013-02-11-games-without-demos-sell-better-on-xbox-360
    I guess it does have its effect, but Sledg has a valid point as well and many devs have a deadline to meet too (and there is definitely development time for it to consider and thus budget). MS didn’t change the XBLA demo policy after this statistic either. Maybe we’ll see it on the Xbox One when things go all digital.

  • TehTacoGuy

    Can’t download here in Australia. Really annoyed about this.

    • Nick Peck

      Thank that crazy restrictive government you have down there!

      • TehTacoGuy

        The game is being released in Australia as MA15+. There is no reason the Inauguration Station should not be available in Australia

  • Mr The Batman

    I don’t pay to play online and, of course, this is for Gold status only. Typical.

    • O Mosqueda

      They skipped that this time, usually they say it. I know we should cut the Major some slack, he’s very busy with the XBO promotions and events. Maybe it’s time to get some assistance, Major. You can’t be everywhere at the same time.

      • Swat

        You do realise that he simply get’s the info and posts it here, right?

    • boe2

      You can use the pc version instead. If you log in on your Saints Row account, upload a character with the PC demo, you can download it again on the 360 version of SR4 once you login.

      • Mr The Batman

        I would but my laptop can’t run a PC version.

  • O Mosqueda

    Major, I know it’s part of the “fine print” and most of understand that this being originated in the U.S. is mainly for North America, but with all of complaining with the current GfG and this demo, maybe it’s time to put the region disclaimer in bold letters right below the headline.

 
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