The body is the core of your creation, so you need to think very carefully (or recklessly) about who (or what) you really want to be; this is where you can truly begin your journey to becoming your own Boss, self-made in every respect, if you will.
With the reboot right around the corner, now's the perfect time to try out the zany and ridiculous brand of Saints Row that fans adore. Starting with Saints Row: The Third is a great option in this regard, and those who want a playthrough of this game to be unique and memorable should check out the following mods.
With the reboot right around the corner, there's no better time to check out the older games in the series and re-experience the sheer insanity of these games once again. In this regard, Saints Row: The Third is a brilliant game that any fan of open-world titles should check out, and the following mods will help PC players enhance their enjoyment of Saints Row: The Third even more.
Reshades are a really common mod choice for any game, being some of the easier tweaks to integrate into the game with notable results. The CRJ Saints Row The Third Remastered 'Ultimate' ReShade Preset mod is one of the better reshade mods players can download for their game.
Players can cherry-pick the mods that fit with their playstyles, which is definitely a huge bonus. Gamers don't have to deal with some mods that they might be iffy on, but they have the option to install them later if they wish.
The tastefully titled Sh**face Showcase is one of the best gameplay mod compilations for Saints Row: The Third. It might not feature too many mods, but all these modifications are a must to enjoy the full experience of the game.
The mods included in this collection are well-selected, and make for an excellent experience. Players who want their game to feel slightly more balanced and enjoyable should definitely opt for this mod.
Out of all the mods present for Saints Row: The Third, most players consider this compilation to be the cream of the crop. It features everything from graphical alterations, to gameplay modifiers that drastically improve the overall experience.
Unlike the other compilations on this list, this mod features the bare minimum number of mods required to enjoy Saints Row: The Third. It's a great collection for newcomers to try out if they want to enjoy the optimal Saints Row experience without compromising too much on the vanilla game.
The Heavyweight is one of the rare unlockable cars in Saints Row. This monster truck has a massive skull of some creature as its body, plus it has some decent performance stats. Also, its special ability is it can jump high to land on other cars, making this wicked car a must have for fans who want to have some demolition fun.
Once all parts have been collected, the Heavyweight will be immediately added into your garage. It has one preset which can be purchased, plus it has additional body mods. Its signature ability is the Jump.
There is much more this game has to offer, including the different body mods and audio options for your engine, horn, and transmission. Body mods allow you to customize vehicle parts, such as the body, bumpers, grille, hood, mirrors, skirts, and spoilers. Also, certain types of vehicles allow for more customization options.
There isn't much that Volition didn't cram into Saint's Row IV. The design is a tombola of ridiculous things, a churning barrel of awesome nonsense that you randomly pluck fun from, and then give a child a teddy bear. Hmm, I over-analogised that one. Not that you shouldn't give a child a teddy bear, but if you do it after every moment of fun in this open-world nonsense generator you'd better have lots of bears and lots of children. And I'm about to make that unlikely scenario even more problematic with the Saints Row IV First Person View mod. It makes it even more fun.It says a lot about SRIV that I haven't been hunting for mods for it, but this is worth checking out: it turns your ridiculous movement skills into a lurching, terrifying full-body experience. Imagine Mirror's Edge unfettered, and now imagine standing at the highest point in Steelport, looking down. It's vertiginous when you're in third-person, but when you're doing it from the first-person and you're looking down your chest and past your toes, a bubble of regret forms in your stomach acids.
I think it's time for me to move on and resign as administrator, as I'm busy IRL to edit here and I've also been losing interest in the GTA series lately. Besides, it's fair for the most active patrollers to leave an open admin spot so one of them can be promoted. I'm not leaving the wiki, I will still edit here, but just not as often. Good luck everybody, and see you around :) DocVinewood (talk) 10:59, December 31, 2015 (UTC) 2b1af7f3a8