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Post by Dan @ 12:35pm 12/09/08 | 1 Comments
THQ continues their Saints Row video deluge today with another new clip, this time showing off the game's cooperative multiplayer gameplay.Saints 2 is promising not only drop-in drop-out style online cooperative action but also the ability to play through the entire singleplayer campaign with your buds.

For those that missed them, you can catch the rest of the Saints Row 2 clips in the AusGamers files library. Highlights include Gary Busey's "Street Lessons with Uncle Gary" and the informative porn star turned Saints Row 2 producer Tera Patrick Dev Diary.

Saints Row 2 is due on PlayStation 3 and XBox 360 on October 16 2008 with a PC release following on October 30.

When the first trailers for Saints Row 2 were released, most gamers were still salivating about the upcoming release of Grand Theft Auto 4 to care. How does everyone think it might compare now?












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Haklin
Posted 01:52am 13/9/08
In terms of graphics GTA has the edge but from the videos the gameplay looks so damn interesting. Def be getting this on Pc
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