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There are many hidden "Easter Eggs" in the Saints Row series.

Overview[]

Easter Eggs are secrets hidden in video games and films which are not related to the plot and reference something from outside the story.

This page is not a repository of all Trivia. There are many movie, literary, and popular culture references through-out the game, such as quotes, Mission names, mission events and Achievement names. These are listed in the Trivia section of each article.

See the pages for game credits for a list of in-game references to developers.

31 Theory[]

During Kinzie's Homie conversation with Josh in Saints Row: The Third, she mentions her "31 Theory".

The 31 Theory. Anything important is always connected to a 31. Nyte Blayde Season 3; best season, aired in January, had thirteen episodes.
— Kinzie, in a Homie conversation with Josh[1]

Many works of fiction often contain multiple references to the same number, usually the favorite number of the writer. TVtropes refers to this concept as an Arc Number.

Here are some other in-game references to 31 and 13, some obviously deliberate, some possibly coincidental.

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Cabbit[]

Cabbits are included in Saints Row 2, Saints Row: The Third and Saints Row IV.

Boy Toy[]

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In Saints Row: The Third and Saints Row IV, there are numerous instances of "Boy Toy" magazines featuring Shaundi's Playboy Virtual Vixen image.

In Saints Row: The Third Remastered and Saints Row IV Re-elected, the magazine image is censored.

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Blowup Dolls[]

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The Volition logo, as well as the name Volition, are included in many places in-game.

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  • Magazine back covers have the Volition logo.[33]
  • Boxes in Theft have the Volition logo.[34]
  • A beer stein has the Volition logo.[35]
  • T-shirts in Sloppy Seconds have the Volition logo.[36]
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  • The Nyte Blayde and Gangstas in Space comic books are published by "Volition Comics".[45]
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Red Faction[]

The Saints Row series features many references to Red Faction, but Volition have confirmed multiple times that the Saints Row and Red Faction universes are not linked, and that the Ultor references were only intended as Easter Eggs and an homage.[46][47][48][49]

Ultor The Ultor corporation in Saints Row was a peripheral company who sponsored the Ultor Dome and had some Clothing items. In Saints Row 2, Ultor is a main antagonist. Ultor continues making appearances throughout the series.
Mars In Ultor Exposed, when Playa asks Tera where Ultor plans on mining, she responds by saying: "You wouldn't believe me if I told you". In Corporate Warfare, Playa tells Eric Gryphon: "Ultor can go to Mars for all I care".
Masako The head of the Mercenaries in Red Faction is called Masako, the name of the protection team of Ultor in Saints Row 2.
Vogel In Red Faction, a mountain in Mars' ice area is called Mount Vogel, a reference to Dane Vogel.
Gryphon In Red Faction, there's an Ultor administrator named Richard Gryphon, in Saints Row 2: Corporate Warfare, and Saints Row: The Third there is an Ultor administrator named Eric Gryphon.
Parker
  • Parker is the name of the main character from Red Faction.
  • In Saints Row 2, there's a radio advertisement for a TV show called Red Planet, Red Passion, a drama series about miners on Mars. It mentions a character named Parker, and a character named Eos, another character from Red Faction.
  • In Saints Row 2, while inside the pyramid facility there is a PA announcement that says "Parker please report to the mining facility." Red Faction takes place in a mine on Mars
Miners In Saints Row 2: Ultor Exposed, Tera mentions research to improve Miners working conditions, miners made up the original Red Faction.
EDF Scout In Saints Row 2: Ultor Exposed, there is a vehicle named the EDF Scout, which are used to scout out hazardous mining areas. When Playa asks where such equipment would be needed, Tera says that he wouldn't believe it if she told him. The EDF are the antagonists of the then recent Red Faction: Guerilla. The vehicle is almost identical to the vehicle in that game, except for a different turret.
EDF Flyer On the very top floor the Stilwater Science Center, there is a model of an EDF Flyer from Red Faction: Guerrilla. These also appear in the mission "Gangstas in Space", the Tails of the Flyers have EDF markings.
Logo
  • The symbol of Red Faction: Guerrilla and Red Faction appear as logos that can be applied to clothing.
  • Read Fiction Used Books - a store in Sommerset whose sign is similar to the Red Faction title and logo.[50][51][52][53][54]
  • RFS - Radio Free Stilwater, an unused Radio Station whose logo is similar to Red Faction's logo.
  • In "The Fight Before Christmas", the Elf Resistance uses a symbol consisting of a green fist clenched over a candy cane which resembles the Red Faction: Guerilla logo.[55][54]
Gangstas in Space Speech In the final cutscene of the mission "Gangstas in Space", Playa gives a speech the same as the speech given by Alec Mason, the protagonist of Red Faction: Guerrilla, in the final cutscene of that game. Reinforced by how Male 1's voice actor is Troy Baker, the same person who voices Alec Mason in Red Faction: Guerrilla.
Construction Walker There is a giant Construction Walker off set in the Gangstas in Space DLC[which?]
Shaundi An image of Shaundi appears in Red Faction: Guerrilla in a radio tag.[56]
Mr. Toots The Unicorn weapon in Red Faction: Armageddon which fires destructive rainbows from it's rear is featured on a green logo on the ground in one of the STAG bases.
Mason During the mission "De Plane Boss", a mock introduction to a film titled The Inevitable Rise and Fall of Johnny Gat is said to be a Mason Brothers Production. In Red Faction: Guerrilla there is a playable character named Alec Mason and has a brother called Daniel Mason.

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Suicides[]

There are many Civilian suicide locations in Saints Row.[57][58]

Suiciding Civilians stand at the cliff edge until approached by Playa, then they say a random line and jump.

I can't take writing all these persona lines
— Black male civilian before committing suicide

Judges, get your score-cards ready!
— Asian female before committing suicide


Teddy bear[]

Inside the Lopez Mansion is a locked room containing a Teddy bear full of money. The door can be opened by an explosion, and the bear breaks open when shot, but is invulnerable to explosions.[59]

K6 Krukov spawn[]

A K6 Krukov spawns every 15 seconds on a basketball field north-east of the Abandoned Police Station.[60]

Misc[]

There are multiple buildings named "Chuk Niuk's Books", referring to Chuck Palahniuk, the author of Fight Club.[61]

Secret Stash[]

This easter egg causes Playa to be permanently on fire with super-human strength.[62][63]

  1. Equip a Pimp Cane which has been acquired using the #pimpcane cheat.
  2. After midnight, begin Theft in the Sloppy Seconds in the Saint's Row district.
  3. Enter the safe code backwards without letting the joystick return to the center.
  4. Exit Safecracking by pressing down on the DPAD twice.
  5. Exit the store through any door and an unlock screen is displayed.[64]

Notes:

  • Safecracking is not available before Back To Basics.
  • The store can be entered at any time, including when the store is still open.
  • It does not matter which door is used to enter or exit the Store.
  • The Pimp Cane cannot have been unlocked normally via Snatch, and must be acquired using the cheat.
  • The Pimp Cane cheat does not have to be entered during the current play session, so long as it was originally acquired using the cheat.
  • If the backwards safe code is not successfully entered the first time, it is possible to retry safecracking.
  • Repeatedly triggering the easter egg without resetting the console results in 1 character being removed from the end of the unlock screen text each time it is displayed.[65]
  • Other unlock screens may be glitched afterwards.[66]
  • The fire does not spread to people by bumping into them, but punching or kicking sets them on fire.
  • The effects continue after being Smoked, but not after saving and loading the game.

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Secret Areas[]

In Saints Row 2, there is a Collection Diversion to find 32 Secret Areas, many of which could be considered "Easter Eggs".

Idle[]

There are many hidden Idle animations which Playa can perform in Saints Row 2.

Civilians can perform Idle animations in Saints Row 2, Saints Row: The Third and Saints Row IV.

Suicides[]

In Saints Row 2, there are many Action Nodes where Civilians commit suicide by jumping off buildings, and overhanging signs.

Locations
  • Downtown from sign[67]
  • Filmore shoreline[68]
  • University District near bridge

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Suicide Jumper in University District in Saints Row 2


Sky-divers[]

In Saints Row 2, there are several Action Nodes where Civilians with failed parachutes fall from the sky. One of them falls into the open grave in the Mourning Woods Cemetery.

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Sea Creature[]

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Near the Secret Area known as Super Secret Area, there is a small Sea Creature which swims in a large circle. It is essentially the same as the fish which can be found swimming in many areas and follows a set path. It cannot attack, flee, or be killed.

The texture file for this animal named "creature", and is the only known mention of it in the game data files.

It appears to be similar to the skeleton on Bone Island, and may be the same type of creature.


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