Saints Row: Gat Out Of Hell tells the story of the Saints leader being captured by the evil Satan. The purpose of the abduction is for the leader to marry his daughter, Jezebel. Kinzie Kensington and Johnny Gat return, seeking to rescue their leader by reuniting with enemies of their past as well as former Saints.
The game picks up shortly after where Saints Row IV left off. It’s Saints Row in all of it’s glory, and there’s never been a more over-the-top story line. You’ll love every moment as the story pays extreme fans service. It’s non-stop action and it is hilarious.
Once booting into the game, you’ll get the initial feeling that Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell is just a re-skinned version of Saints Row IV. For the most part, it is. Where the game succeeds is being even more over-the-top than ever before. It’s the representation of the underworld that you have always wanted. It also puts a greater focus on super-powers rather than vehicle transportation which changes how you’ll explore the world. The visuals are almost on-par with the recently released GTA V, though contrasting visual styles make them hard to compare. The game’s frame rate dips slightly at times but nothing too badly.