Saints Row: The Third - The Trouble with Clones Image
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  • Summary: Help the Saints' biggest fan, Jimmy Torbitson, stop his Saints clone from terrorizing the city by using the new Bee Gun and unlocking the true power in Saints Flow. In the end, maybe even save a lost friend in the process. Saints Row: The Third game required; sold separately.
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  1. 85
    Like the rest of Saints Row: The Third's DLC packs, Clones is only an hour, but it's a terrific romp through Steelport, showcasing the series' unique style and fun. Of the game's three add-ons so far, it's definitely our favorite.
  2. 50
    Just like the previous expansions for Saints Row: The Third, The Trouble with Clones is might good fun. But only for an hour, then it's over. That's just not enough, more content please!
  3. Mar 28, 2012
    42
    Johnny Gat is back ... kind of. This comic book-influenced expansion pack introduces us to a super fan that clones the most famous member of the Third Street Saints. Too bad the short play time and shallow experience keep this from living up to the potential. Not even super powers can save this lazy pack of downloadable content!
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  1. Aug 27, 2012
    4
    For the price, it's too short. And honestly it's unacceptable. Such fun can be had from this game but we just seem to get so little content out of the DLC's. It is fun, i'll tell you that. But then it ends. And you don't even get to keep the Bee Gun or Super Powers. What the hell? There's not much to say here, some funny missions, something close to Gat being back, and that's it. Unless you have money to waste and not much time to kill, leave it be. Expand