Saints Row 2 Crack/Patch

Saints Row 2 Saints Row 2 is set years after the original Saints Row in a Stilwater both familiar and strange. The explosive conclusion to Saints Row has left the player wounded, betrayed and thirsty for revenge, and now it's time to take back the city that has forgotten him. A sequel to the first open-world title on next-generation consoles, Saints Row 2 features all new customization options, including gender, age, voice, crib and gang customization. The sandbox just got larger with a totally transformed and expanded city of Stilwater, offering all new locations to explore with new vehicles, including motorcycles, boats, helicopters and planes. Saints Row 2 is playable online in 2-player co-op through the entire single-player campaign or in the all new open-world competitive multiplayer mode never before seen in the genre. [THQ]

Download Saints Row 2 Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 74 / 100
User rating
6.9
Downloads 3939
Genre Action Adventure, Modern, Open-World
Players 8 Online
Company / Developer
THQ / Volition Inc., CD Projekt Red Studio, CD Projekt, CD Projekt Localisation Centre

Saints Row 2 reviews ( 6 )

SHAFT3D, Feb 27, 2009

I have finished Saints Row 2, twice now on the PC. I agree with many users that the game has some technical flaws in it control system. But all in all I loved it (mind you I did resort to using a 360 controller). The game offers a few things that GTA doesn't, hence why it is getting my support. I love the fact that you are able to store you cars / helicopters / planes / boats, I also love the fact you can customize your cars to suite you style. A feature GTA does not offer to my knowledge. And the list of side missions and diversions is huge. I have uncounted at least one new diversion every time I play. I would defiantly recommend this game to anyone that has a platform that can support it, and if you can ... get a 360 controller. Makes life in still water a breeze.

HugoK, Nov 25, 2009

While suffering from some framerate droppings here and there, no matter how you look at it, it's still the most hilarious sandbox games in existance (with the only possible exception of Garry's Mod). Co-op mayhem in an insane city? Yes please.

Horrux, Jul 1, 2012

This game is absolutely brilliant. No, seriously, I mean it. Its gameplay is awesomeness itself. OK, it's a pure console port and navigating the menus is a bother (Ctrl and shift for left and right in the menus? What?), and it is a single-threaded program, meaning that all your cores are unused by this game, save one, which in turn means that it will run relatively poorly for a game that is now 7 years old. The graphics were great for that era, but they definitely look dated in 2012. No matter! The gameplay! It's simply brilliant! 9/10.

TheWildBlue, Jan 4, 2015

I cannot, in good faith, give this title higher than a 7. It's my favorite in the series, one of my favorite games of all time even, but the PC optimization was horrid. Even with GoTR mod installed, this port still struggles to struggle at times. Don't like the idea of Gat Outta Hell? You're not alone. Play SR2+SR:TT instead, and forgot the series ever happened after that.

MercenaryofHate, Jun 9, 2017

The port of this game is awful, driving mechanics are a mess and GOTR doesn't really do much to fix it but this is one of the most "gangsta" games ever created. The game unlike it's successors has a serious and gritty tone. You start of as the leader of the Third Street Saints and must lead and upgrade your gang as well as taking down rivals. Their are many different enemy gangs you will have to face in your goal to control all of the Stillwater Hoods gameplay is similar to other open world crime games and SR2 struggles to find it's own identity. SR2 is still mad fun but the gameplay is less comedy and more gang banging.

BenS., Nov 9, 2008

A cheap thrill with a story line more boring than flabby boobs. This game literally tried to sell Eazy E in order push their product. Don't confuse your love for Eazy E with this complete failure.