Saints Row get rid of Johnny Gat and Company is the right movement

In Games Workshop’s Warhammer Fantasy and also Warhammer 40,000 fictional cosmos, Mayhem refers to the parasitical entities which stay in a different airplane of fact, recognized as the Warp or Immaterium in Warhammer 40,000 and also as the World of Turmoil in Warhammer Age of Sigmar. The term can describe these warp entities and their influence, the servants and worshippers of these entities, or even the identical world in which these entities are meant to live. The most effective of these warp entities are those understood as the Disorder Gods, likewise sometimes referred to as the Dark Gods, Ruinous Powers, or the Powers of Turmoil. Similarities exist in between the Warhammer idea of Disorder as well as the principle of Turmoil from Michael Moorcock’s Elric legend, which additionally affected D&D’s positioning system. Additional similarities can be seen with the godlike extradimensional Great Old Ones of scary author H. P. Lovecraft’s stories.

The reboot of Saints Row was shown in a glamorous trailer in Gamescom yesterday, in a short clip with explosions, cars, new funky arms and, most importantly, no known face. The tone does not return to the basics as in the first two games, but it does not feel like a continuation of the relentless chaos of the most recent games. Instead, it’s something new, and that means a new cast. The game does not seem to present Johnny Gat or the Gangsters team of him. We did not see Shaundi, Pierce, Kinzie, Zemo or anyone else, and there were definitely no signs of Zinyak.


GAT has existed from the first day. The original Xbox 360 game presented a small gang in the city of Stilwater headed by Julius by Keith David and Troy’s covert policeman. There were others, but most became intrascendent by the sequel, which is where Shaundi and Pierce were tied to Third Street Saints, becoming quickly as icon in Fandom as Gat and The Boss. This team resurfaced in Saints Row 3, expanding with people like Kinzie and Oleg, then Saints Row 4 and Gat Out of Hell, even making an appearance in the title of the Alternative Universe Agents of Mayhem. Frankly, they have been taken to the limit. There is not much more space to play with them except complete rewrites of their …

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