This has happened before when they did an update; I guess they'll just have to roll back again and get to the bottom of it?
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Drew recorded this I'm fairly certain so I'm sure footage will turn up at some point!
It was a truly amazing panel; I was at PAX East earlier in the year and didn't think that could be topped, but this year was pretty insane in the best ways possible!
Out of my 20-30ish hours of gameplay, I've experienced one crash, two instances of being unable to continue past a post-mission screen because the prompt to continue wouldn't come up, and one instance of being unable to physically continue a mission due to a homie not showing up and acting the part of of the script that had to be executed in order to continue (she had to open a door but she wasn't even in the game world soemhow).
This actually isn't the worst (I lost count of the amount of Fallout 3 and NV bugs I've experienced but I still LOVED those games) so I'm not TOO bummed! Definitely a little inconvenient though!
Well, this is awkward!
Due to to some odd, unforeseen circumstances with a whole succession of buddies I know now unable to go to PAX Prime with me, I have one extra set of single Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday tickets, totaling at $120; I'm not about that scalping life so if anyone in the Seattle area this weekend wants them for the price I got them (please please please buy all four tickets from me) I'll be arriving in Downtown Seattle around the evening Thursday and offering them for the total price I initially got them for. Message me and I'll make it a point to meet you at any premeditated point between Thursday and Friday to fulfill one lucky person's wishes for PAX Prime tickets. I literally physically have that extra set of tickets on me, too! So I promise as long as I physically make it to Seattle I'll get them to you. Heck I'll give you my flight tracking number if you're that into it (Flying in from New Jersey); and very personal means of finding me if you really want to hunt me down. I'll just message back the first legit person who gets back to me with legit, complete contact info (preferably email and a textable cell phone number; just note any special circumstances in your message?) and then I'll edit this thread to redact the offer entirely once it's claimed so don't feel bad if I don't message you back!
The tickets were claimed a while after I posted this thread and I just figured to update it covertly; sorry to those who were interested!
I just beat Saints Row IV, so basically the main character of the last game I played is my splitting image with superpowers and all of the Saints' behind him. RIP me.
Also he has a scar across his eye which I don't actually have so he's probably more of a BAMF than me. Yeah I'm not even gonna try to fight him. I probably wouldn't even have a chance talking him out of hunting me down because as my SR4 splitting image of me, he's basically the sociopathic projection of myself. Womp womp womp.
Coming fresh out of playing through the entirety of the game this weekend; I agree with everything mentioned in this entire thread. So basically my favorite part of Saints Row IV was all the main story and loyalty quests.
EDIT: Since it hasn't been mentioned yet I'd particularly like to highlight the whole Streets of Rage - inspired portion; that was basically the perfect inspiration to draw upon for that quest!
But damn that's definitely up there among best credits I've ever watched, too, preceding it with a dance scene (particularly Kinzie's and Zinyak's and then the actual credits including the medley of the VAs' singing parts and the artwork of the Saints' tampering with history.
On my PC the issue was conflicting drivers. Beyond installing additional drivers what I ended up having to do was disable another driver that automatically loads up when you connect your controller.
First I installed the official Xbox 360 Controller Drivers via http://www.microsoft.com/hardware/en-us/d/xbox-360-controller-for-windows. After I got it installed (maybe with a reset, too, I forget since this is something I did way back in the day for another game that had similar problems) I went to the Windows' Device Manager and saw that there were two separate entries for HID Compliant Devices (Microsoft Common Controller should be its own category so that's the one thing in the device manager you don't touch). I basically disabled one and since haven't had issues at all with my controller.
So if installing the drivers themselves doesn't work you might have to play around with the Device Manager like I did. You can't really mess anything up since you can reenable anything you disable; just be careful to not uninstall drivers or something.
I was mildly upset there was no Conspiracy Keanu within the first page...
... but this definitely makes up for it!