Stu here to unravel the mysteries and zany references throughout the Saints Row games. From Arc Numbers to Fight Club, Saints Row is a series that revels in featuring the pop culture references and memes from the zeitgeist of the eras that they came out in. Some of these secrets occur as easter eggs within the games themselves, and some can be found within the development of the series as a whole. I’m excited to see how the series expands on its history of debauchery in the upcoming Saints Row reboot. Saints Row is Available on Playstation, Xbox, and PC. Saints Row The Third remastered is available on Playstation, Xbox, PC, and Switch.
Developer Volition has hidden little details and easter eggs throughout each of the mainline titles in this bombastic selection of games to entice the player into the great unknown, or more likely just some dungeon. Some of these are in-game, some are tidbits surrounding the greater development of the series itself, but these are the Top 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Saints Row.
Throughout the city of Stillwater in the first Saints Row you will come across buildings labeled “Chuck Niuk’s Books.” This is a reference to Chuck Palahniuk, writer of The Invention of Sound and most famously, Fight Club.