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Saint's Row VI National Treasure Edition arrives this summer


Saint's Row IV is to get a re-release in the National Treasure Edition on PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.

The new bundle includes the game and a whole load of DLC - 29 separate add-ons and DLC packs. The National Treasure Edition will be sold for around $30, which we presume means that it'll cost around £20-£30 in the UK. 



In addition to the above, the new release also includes the Grass Roots ‘Merica! gun, “which functions similarly to the completely insane and otherwise totally bad ass multi-use weapon previously only available in the Commander In Chief Edition”.

“The National Treasure Edition Grass Roots ‘Merica is a weapon with unmeasurable freedom containing: a light machine gun, a sub machine gun, an auto shotgun, heavy pistol, a minigun, a rocket launcher, a flamethrower and a huge combat knife all in one gun. MERICA!” Deep Silver said.

Is The National Treasure Edition something that you'd consider picking up?

Edited On 25 Jun, 2014

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MATEUSZ 2 years ago
Saints Row VI (6)? Are you sure it is the correct number? :D
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da_kerr 2 years ago
I think they mean Saints Row IV :) Which, incidentally, I LOVE lol. I know the Saints games were increasingly bonkers, but that's what makes them so much fun :D
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Mlle Nightingale 2 years ago
I really enjoyed the second game in the series, particularly the co-op element, and so bought the third one on the release date. I found it to be quite disappointing though; it took quite a few ‘backwards steps’ from its predecessor, and at times the attempts at humour just made me cringe. I haven’t even played the fourth game because it seems to have taken a surge in ridiculousness in order to steer clear of its ‘GTA for kids’ brand. Plus, this guy in my college classes last year would not relent in talking to (or ‘at’) me about it, which did nothing but discourage me further.

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