Play the Cancelled ‘Saints Row’ PSP Game for Free!

Recently, the developers at Volition did something awesome by not just revealing a cancelled game in their most popular series, Saints Row, but by ALSO releasing it to the public FOR FREE for anyone to download! The game, Saints Row Undercover, was being developed for the PlayStation Portable (PSP) before Volition decided to cancel it. It began as a port of Saints Row 2, but it later became its own standalone game. None of that would matter as Volition would later cancel the game due to the prototype not meeting their expectations, but they recently rediscovered it and decided to release it to the wild. And that’s, like, really SUPER COOL! Continue reading “Play the Cancelled ‘Saints Row’ PSP Game for Free!”

Hello Wood, Batman, Saints Row & Lex Luger! – WIRed #62

This week’s super-duper-ultra-mega-limited edition of WIRed discusses my favorite entries from Hello Wood 2013, how much it might cost to be Batman, the $1 Million Saints Row IV collection, and what’s the happy-haps with “The Total Package” Lex Luger. Continue reading “Hello Wood, Batman, Saints Row & Lex Luger! – WIRed #62”

This 1-Of-A-Kind Special Edition of Saint’s Row IV Costs $1,000,000

When it comes to games, there are regular editions, special editions, limited editions and collector’s editions — with the latter three including extras along with the full game — but then there’s what Deep Silver is offering for Saints Row IV: The “Super Dangerous Wad Wad Edition,” in which only one copy is available, and it’s exclusive to UK’s GAME retail outlet. Here’s the kicker: It costs a million dollars. No joke. Continue reading “This 1-Of-A-Kind Special Edition of Saint’s Row IV Costs $1,000,000”

Thanks For The Memories, THQ. Long Live THQ (Franchises)!

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Well, we saw this coming from a mile away.  The last couple of years for THQ had been a little financially unstable and touch-and-go, but last week it seems that long-time game publisher THQ has finally gone out of business. This is especially sad as I, myself, had been a fan of the company’s games over the years, including Darksiders, Saint’s Row, the WWE games, and the upcoming South Park game. Even after entering Chapter 11 bankruptcy and trying to keep the company together via getting bought by a single bidder, the company instead saw its game development studios and intellectual properties sold off to various game companies (like Ubisoft, SEGA, Crytek, etc.) at auction last week to bidders.   Continue reading “Thanks For The Memories, THQ. Long Live THQ (Franchises)!”