Ain't Too Proud to Beg: Killbane begs the Boss not to unmask him and even offers to teach the Boss the secret of his Apoca-Fists in exchange to show how desperate he is.
To sum up, you assault and sabotage a giant helicarrier. On your own, potentially. But in the case of civilian NPCs, once you do something to panic them like, say, start driving the Crusader tank on the street , they lose all sense of intelligence, running towards the vehicle, or running into it from the side, or often just stopping and standing still right in front of your tank.
This renders it almost impossible to get from point A to B without running a few people over, though by this point the CGI equivalent of Too Dumb to Live applies anyway. The effect is less common but more pronounced when the NPCs in question are still in their vehicles, as the default "panicked while driving" action is to drive as fast as possible in some apparently completely random direction.
This results in spectacular crashes, pile-ups, and vehicle explosions as often as it results in the NPC actually getting away. Sometimes it even leads to the driver running over another pedestrian, spooking other NPCs , which leads to more odd behavior, etc. All Love Is Unrequited: During the mission 'Three Way', Oleg will admit that he has feelings for Kinzie. Russian Boss Female Voice 2 is head over heels for Nobody in the gang ever comments on it despite her not-so-subtle verbal cues.
I want to make love with Pierce in front of a live studio audience!! Pierce deadpan as with any other option: Josh Birk for Shaundi, much to her annoyance. He even decides to play along with his own kidnapping once he learns the people kidnapping him work with her. While female domination has more focus Safeword, for example Kenzie mentions having "teacup" as her personal safeword and owns a gimp mask back at her crib, impling that she may be a sub. In addition, female gimps appear alongside the male gimps walking the streets and the player even has the option of making their entire gang out of gimps of either gender.
Depending how one decides to play a female boss, this can be a dominant sorry There's even a costume for it. Kinzie Kensington and Matt Miller. Parodied at the beginning of the game along with Star Wars. Assuming Jon isn't just joking, we can assume that Saints Row takes place in a universe where February has 31 days. Those are just a few out of fifty-five colours. Although most NPCs are normal-colored, if you have the "Gangstas in Space" DLC installed, you later acquire blue-colored female homies dressed as space aliens.
Excluding the male Lieutenants, the Saints can become one as the gang customization allows you to pick what the unnamed members of your gang look like from a list of presets. Also, an idea early in development was to have the Syndicate sisters at the head of an all-female gang as a counter to the all-male Luchadores, but the idea was scrapped.
The "beauty" part is optional depending on how one designs the female character's face, but even sticking to the presets, or choosing to make her skinny and lean as opposed to voluptuous and busty, the female Boss is still shown as being taller and more muscular than most male characters.
And more than capable of beating anyone up barehanded, especially as seen in the kill Killbane ending, which has the boss beat the villain to death and break his neck. Those who are skilled with using character design can more or less recreate Amazonian characters like Wonder Woman , Xena and She-Hulk for their bosses.
The opening cutscene of the Genkiball quest series contains a note stating that the shooting of the Gangstas in Space movie is scheduled to begin next month. Ingame, both events are totally independant from each other they are two different DLCs and can be played in any order.
And This Is for The Boss, if the Female 1 voice is chosen, will give one when planting each explosive during the final mission of the serious ending.
One for my crew And one just for me. Choosing to unmask Killbane will reveal that Eddie Pryor is just an average-looking, middle-aged man with receding, buzzed-short blond hair. We have seen the face of the Walking Apocalypse and to be honest, it's a man with a receding hairline. The Boss can get stuck in a wall or get trapped under a car, but in these situations, the game will usually load you out of being stuck, meaning you can continue playing as normal.
Similarly, if The Boss falls into water, rather than having to swim around until you can find a place to climb out, the game allows you to simply "warp to shore". The mixed tape option for the radio, which allows you to pick and choose a custom soundtrack if or when, depending on your tastes the radio stations' soundtracks grate on you. Vehicle Thefts don't normally accept vehicles spawned from the Garage, but this one allows it so you can complete the mission if you beat the main story first.
Unless you buy out the shops, you can't do business with them if you have Notoriety. Rim Jobs will refuse to open for you, and getting attacked while shopping anywhere else will close the shop immediately. In the mission http: After you finish the mission, the Boss will be able to use it as a weapon outside of the level.
Its Flavor Text lampshades this, wondering where Kinzie found the time. To the point where they will declare martial law, blow up a statue with Saints they've kidnapped on it, place the blame on the gang so they look like terrorists, then try to level the entire city. Most of that is only in one ending , though much of it was at least planned by STAG in any case.
Killbane is something of a dark mirror to the Boss , obsessed with his fighting prowess and his own legacy. At one point he declares his victims should be thanking him for the honor of death at his hands. Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: After the mission to take over the Syndicate's downtown penthouse, the following news broadcast from Jane Valderama mentions the shootout resulted in several dead, and one noise complaint.
Near the end of "Gangstas in Space" Jenny says that she's tired of Zhen trying to kill them, being mean, and his stupid scarf. Compare the "Power" trailer to the more recent in-game footage.
Phillipe Loren's hair has gone from black to grey and he looks older. Kinzie in the trailer is rather sexy looking but in the Deckers Die trailer she's more Hollywood Homely and the Boss' default look is nothing like the one in the trailer.
Which is definitely for the better, as many confused the main character in the Power trailer with Johnny Gat until Johnny himself showed up in it. The devs have even admitted that they made him look a bit too much like Johnny. Who doesn't want to be Johnny Gat? The game is not even set in Stilwater, and in the one mission that does take place there, you're not within the titular district of it.
But your gang is still the Third Street Saints, media celebrities or not. When a police vehicle is in chase, nearby NPC drivers will pull over to the right side of the road. If you steal and repaint a Peacemaker squad car, it keeps the police lights in its grill and its siren, allowing you to force traffic the same way.
If you are driving in the oncoming lane and keep honking the horn of your vehicle the cars will try to get out of your way. Unarmed Brutes will rush to get any flamethrowers or miniguns in case you left one behind; be it an enemy or friendly. Likewise fighting NPCs will rush for a better weapon if one of their buddies carrying one dies i. If you have more than one gang member or homie following you and pick a car with only one seat, the rest of the group will promptly get another car to keep with you.
If you are being chased, then oncoming enemy cars will swerve sideways to block the road. This is especially troublesome with STAG and luchadore vehicles, since they are fairly large. Similarly, at high enough notoriety, police will set up roadblocks to stop you, usually with two vehicles turned to the side. Routing issues often prevent characters from getting inside vehicles quickly and efficiently.
Especially troublesome during huge gunfights in Escort Missions. After the final mission, STAG leaves town, but they don't lower the bridges connecting Downtown with the rest of the city. AI-controlled cars will attempt to jump the bridges, but at their regular speed, not with a running start. The vast majority don't make it. AI drivers in general are pretty dumb, frequently driving recklessly and causing hit-and-runs out of the blue against random pedestrians - you included.
If you thought the drivers in Liberty City were bad, you've never been to Steelport. If you park a vehicle in the middle of a busy street, other cars will attempt to nudge it out of the way. They do this even if the vehicle in question is a VTOL or a tank. They can and will futilely batter themselves against such a vehicle until they damage themselves enough to explode.
Pierce is worse than useless in the unpatched game; he's an actual liability. As well as needing rescuing every ten seconds he actively tries to make you fail the mission where you have to stop the truck transporting the computer, he's only too happy to destroy it despite being told not to.
Fortunately, this was eventually fixed. What's the biggest obstacle in the "Live With Killbane Mission? It's Shaundi falling out of the broken windows of the building and dying. Jimmy in The Trouble With Clones might mess up and smash his mom's car into an unbreakable obstacle blocking his predetermined path. He'll then back up and do it again, back up and do it again, back up and do it again, back up and do it again, back up and do it again, back up and do it again, back up and do it again, back up and do it again until it's destroyed.
Since the car is ridiculously armored, this can take a while. Killbane uses this rule to take over direction of The Syndicate after you kill Loren. Played with if you go to rescue your friends in the final story mission. The mission after that is "Gangstas in Space" where you fight Killbane on Mars. You're actually filming a movie. Played straight by the Boss. Averted by Loren, leader of Morning Star. Though having forged the Syndicate, he is never seen in a fight.
Averted by Matt Miler, leader of the Deckers.