Is this supposed to happen? I don't know if I should uninstall this game or what. Or maybe just burn my PC. I think maybe that'd be the best way to proceed here.
There's nothing like having an upside-down car with the wheels on the wrong side slam into a wall next to you and dump a horde of stretchy cobweb-people with guns in your face to make you wonder if staying up all night to play Saints Row IV was really such a good idea.
@rorie: When review copies were out there, a few people were reporting these as bugs. Given all of the hot bullshit elitist talk that went down when some people didn't get the joke, I am thrilled that more people are missing this one.
My first reaction to seeing this in my game was uproarious laughter. Naturally my review copy locked up shortly after, so my laughter quite quickly turned to pain.
The first time I got to one of the virus uploads with the glitched out people, I laughed, cringed, screamed, and went "buhhhhh?" all within about five seconds. It was like the brain equivalent of sneezing and hiccuping at the same time. I'm lucky I didn't soil myself, really.
...But that could be said for a lot of things in Saints Row IV.
You'll notice that sort of thing a lot while near those red vortex-things. The texture-distortions (shimmering spots) will become more common later in the game, as well. It's amazing!
What I'm trying to say is it's supposed to happen. Burn the offending parts of the simulation, instead of your computer.
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