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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 03:15pm 11/10/11 | 7 Comments
In a recent video interview with AusGamers, Saints Row: The Third Lead Designer, Scott Phillips, shrugged off any concerns about launching their open-world over-the-top sandbox spoof alongside other November heavy-hitters, calling many of them out for not changing their spots and remaining largely unchanged.

"Looking at everybody else that’s out in November, obviously there’s a lot of huge games," he told us. "But I think everyone can also see that a lot of those games are basically the same as they were last year, and the year before and the year before. And I think that we are something that’s brand new; totally different."

"We’re not trying to teach you a lesson or make you cry, we want you to just laugh and have a blast the whole time," he added.

The full video interview and transcript talks about balancing "guilty pleasure gaming" with a bit of maturity as well as touches on social features such as sharing player-generated screenshots and videos. Oh, and sex.

Click here for the full interview feature.





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Reverend Evil
Posted 04:08pm 11/10/11
Awesome interview. Really looking forward to this game. Also, the chicky babe standing behind you was smokin' hot.
Deviouz
Posted 04:42pm 11/10/11
Looking forward to this game (for Bf3 downtimes ;p )
Gabby
Posted 10:43am 14/10/11
Basically the same game as the year before and the year before.... *cough* COD *cough*
Dazhel
Posted 11:27am 14/10/11
"Looking at everybody else that’s out in November, obviously there’s a lot of huge games," he told us. "But I think everyone can also see that a lot of those games are basically the same as they were last year, and the year before and the year before. And I think that we are something that’s brand new; totally different."


lol, they're releasing a sequel to a sequel - did he say that with a straight face?
WirlWind
Posted 09:55am 17/10/11
Should have asked them if they were gonna do another great port like Saints Row 2, or actually release a PC game.

Y'know, one that doesn't require a CPU to be running at about 3.2ghz to run correctly...

Or one that runs on a GTX580 and a 4ghz quad core...
Mosfxx
Posted 11:09am 17/10/11
Should have asked them if they were gonna do another great port like Saints Row 2, or actually release a PC game.Y'know, one that doesn't require a CPU to be running at about 3.2ghz to run correctly...Or one that runs on a GTX580 and a 4ghz quad core...


I got Saints Row 2 via the THQ pack, I haven't played it yet should I even bother?
Mantorok
Posted 11:14am 17/10/11
Should have asked them if they were gonna do another great port like Saints Row 2, or actually release a PC game.Y'know, one that doesn't require a CPU to be running at about 3.2ghz to run correctly...Or one that runs on a GTX580 and a 4ghz quad core...
That's already been covered, Volition are handling PC development in-house now:
http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2011-03-17-volition-pc-still-worth-investing-in
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