Reviews of Saints Row: The Third Remastered by Critics
Saints Row: The Third Remastered Reviews
On May 22, Saints Row: The Third Remastered, which is an updated version of the third part of the franchise, announced at the beginning of the month, was released on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Western specialized publications got access to the project in advance and have already managed to evaluate it. On Metacritic (PS4 version), the game has 73 points after 25 reviews from critics.
As for the PC and Xbox One, on these platforms the remaster was rated 67 and 70 points after five and four reviews, respectively. The summary of the materials of individual publications can be read below.
Hobby Consolas says this is the same remaster as Crash Bandicoot N. The original content remained unchanged including gameplay, tasks, and even flaws. But the project received an excellent visual update that can be mentioned by gamers due to lighting effects, reflections, and models. This is a good remake of the great adventure, which continues to give pleasure, just like ten years ago.
Wccftech says that Saints Row: The Third Remastered is an explosive, criminal action movie game with an open area where users can wreak havoc. Saints from Third Street are ridiculous, missions are stupid, and the design looks better than ever. It is unlikely that it can become a favorite game, but it is still an unforgettable, stupid, and enjoyable adventure.
DualShockers says that while running around Steelport with his bros, he was glad that Saints Row 5 would eventually be released.
And the Trusted Reviews review says that Saints Row: The Third Remastered is a decent update to the open-world classics, which nevertheless does not mitigate the flaws of the original in order to properly take advantage of modern platforms.