Saints 17, Chiefs 13
But the Saints are just getting started. Now the larger-than-life insanity of the Saints series gets a new twist with a catastrophic alien invasion, and the aliens have transported the Saints to a bizarro-Steelport simulation. Wield gargantuan superpowers and fight to free humanity from alien granddaddy Zinyaks mental grasp. Escape the simulation thats trapped the Saints crew, or die trying. Saints Row IV lets players delve into an arsenal of alien weaponry and technology that will turn each Saint into an ultimate entity of destruction. Utilize out-of-this-world superpowers to fight all the way to the top. With intensified action and enhanced customization, players can use their newfound superpowers and leap over buildings, outrun the fastest sports cars, or send enemies flying with telekinesis in the greatest, most insane installment of Saints Row yet. “Saints Row IV” will be available for the Xbox 360, PS3, and PC on August 20.
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The Chiefs’ Smith left after one series. Then New Orleans shut down KC’s backups for the remainder of the game, allowing just 135 yards the rest of the night. “They set a fast tempo and we adjusted accordingly,” Saints defensive end Cam Jordan said. “We were able to make some adjustments.” 3. STILLS’ SPEED: Saints fifth-round draft choice Kenny Stills had only one catch for 22-yards on a heady adjustment to haul in a back-shoulder pass from Drew Brees . Yet, even when he didn’t catch the ball, Still’s speed gave Kansas City trouble — a promising sign for a team trying to overcome a season-ending injury to deep threat Joseph Morgan.
New Orleans stumbled to a 7-9 record and a third place finish in the NFC South without him at the helm in 2012. Drew Brees played two series and ended 7-of-10 for 65 yards. Before exiting, he led a 10-play, 74-yard march that set up a Garrett Hartley 24-yard field goal in the second quarter. Luke McCown took the bulk of the snaps for New Orleans, completing 18-of-28 throws for 216 yards. He also tossed a pair of 2-yard third-quarter touchdowns to Parker, who had four catches for 43 yards and put the Saints ahead for good with his second score of the evening. Andy Reid made his coaching debut for the Chiefs after spending 14 largely successful seasons in Philadelphia, and looks to improve on the team’s abysmal 2-14 record in 2012. Alex Smith, who came over in an offseason trade with San Francisco, was excellent on his only drive. He went 7-for-8 and threw for 68 yards, including a 13-yard throw on 3rd-and-6 that set up a 1-yard TD run for Jamaal Charles.
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[+] Enlarge Derick E. Hingle/US Presswire There won’t be any excuses for Mark Ingram this season, as the Saints plan to keep him involved in their running game. Ingrams time? Payton repeatedly has said the Saints need to get back to running the ball more efficiently. They were good in that area in their Super Bowl season but got away from the run last season.
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The Chiefs first possession was 14 plays for 80 yards and a touchdown. Jamaal Charles touched the ball eight times — five carries, three receptions — on that first drive. Anthony Fasano had two receptions. The game turned once the backups came in. Luke McCown read this led the Saints’ second half comeback, completing 18 of 28 passes for 216 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. He hooked up with Preston Parker for both Saints touchdowns, sealing the win. Saints blog Canal Street Chronicles was discouraged by the poor play of the defense, but was mostly pleased with the backups: But the defense. Ugh, the freakin’ first team defense. It felt soft, just like last years version, after the Chiefs drove 80 yards down field for a touchdown in the opening stanza on their way to a 10 point lead.
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THQ, the franchise’s former publisher, hired a number of porn stars to promote parts 2 and 3, which bothered more than a few people. Including the people who made the game, as it turns out. In an interview with Edge Online , associate producer Kate Nelson, had this to say: I did not always love how much THQ put an emphasis on porn stars. In Saints Row 2 and Saints Row 3 there was an emphasis on the penthouse girls, and earlier Tera Patrick. I think its important in marketing games to make sure that the essence of the game is whats being marketed, and I think the porn star angle didnt really fit in with what Saints Row is at heart, which is a parody. We like to poke fun. In reference to Tera Patrick, one of the bigger names in the porn business, she was given the title of producer of the game: Even though it was clearly just for show, Nelson and everyone else at the studio was not impressed: “Saying that someone who had no industry experience was in a role that is sexualised as a producer of our project, or saying the penthouse girls are our QA staff I justI can see the humour in that angle of promotion but for me thats the line where it gets into reality.” Nelson asserts, throughout the interview, that all examples of sexism in game is purely for laughs. She also notes women as a whole take on a more proactive role in the upcoming sequel: I think our game actually does represent women in a positive way, but the press will focus on, oh hey, there are strippers, or theres a dildo bat its unfortunate from my perspective that that doesnt come through.