What THQ Nordic means for Saints Row

THQ Nordic has officially acquired the German enterprise Koch Media. This includes its video game publishing division Deep Silver which owns the publishing rights to Dead Island, Metro, and our beloved Saints Row. Yes. Saints Row is back at THQ.. sort of.


Saints Row 1 – Vehicle in Penthouse (controversial)

In Saints Row 1, for every gang leader you take out, you gain a new crib. While Hector and William gave you a mansion, Ben King gave you a 20 story recording studio. Sadly, it has no windows and you have to warp into it, but with its warp function comes an interesting glitch that has stuck with the series for nearly every other sequel that followed it: The Vehicle in Penthouse glitch.


Saints Row 1 – Running Underwater

Swimming has always been a fairly basic function in Saints Row games and it hasn't really changed much since Saints Row 1. You jump in the water, you go into a…

2008 Montage

An OLD unreleased MONTAGE FROM EARLY 2008!!! AHH Check it out if ya want a rare taste of those Multiplayer days. The song featured in the video is titled Blue Flowers by the great underground rapper Dr. Octagon. Sadly I got really bad feedback for including that song, but come on, alternative hip-hop is an acquired taste! Oh well, enjoy a trip down memory lane:


Saints Row Mobile Games

Here’s a dumb fun fact for your silly willy faces: The first Saints Row game to ever be released was made for Nokia Flip Phones. Mhm, you know it. Using a fucking dial pad to play poorly programmed games in java. Dear God, the wrath of gaming hath no bounds. When we’re at the point of making and selling games that literally play worse than the Atari 2600 in 2006, you know we’re being desperate whores. But yes, there was a short-lived time when we played video games on a dial pad, and we also had a Saint’s Row game to play on it as well.


Agents of Mayhem Discussions

Previously released as a patron exclusive; I promised you guys this would be uploaded eventually and here it is. Just 17 minutes of pure talky goodness. We will split hairs, tackle the tough issues, but actually, we’re just going to talk about the good things AoM has going on for it and fuss about with what this means for the Saints Row series.


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