Santo Ileso's radio stations have plenty of decent tunes (I found myself locking it to old-school hip-hop on 'The Cipher'), while the character voice work, is, for the most part, very good.
There are various graphical settings to choose from, but whichever you opt for, you'll be getting a nice, though ever-so-slightly unremarkable-looking, open-world experience.
While there might not be anything fundamentally wrong with how Saints Row plays, the vehicle handling and gunplay isn't the best we've come across. There's still a great deal of fun to be had here, though.
Saints Row has hundreds of collectibles, Side Hustles, Business Ventures, and loyalty missions to complete, and unfortunately, there's a lot of overlap and a lack of polish.
A good mix of activities, including a handful of silly tasks to attempt. However, most of the list revolves around Business Ventures and collectibles, so you'll need to dig in for a long haul.