Just a few hours ago THQ announced the Professor Genki’s Hyper Ordinary Pre-Order pack for Saints Row The Third. That’s not all they had in store for Saints Row fans. Say hello to the Saints Row The Third Platinum Pack!

The Platinum Pack includes:

Exclusive Custom Molded Saints Row Headset*

  • High-quality headphones with vocoder voice processing feature, inspired by the premiere pimp in Saints Row: The Third, Zimos. Call a friend and switch-on the effect to speak with a digitized voice of the stars. For use with 3.5MM audio input and smart-phone devices only. Headset is NOT COMPATIBLE WITH Xbox LIVE / PLAYSTATION NETWORK.

Professor Genki Hyper-Ordinary Pre-Order Pack

  • Featuring in-game items from Professor Genki’s Super Ethical Reality Climax reality TV show, including the Octpuss Gun, Genki Stuntman Outfit, and Man-a-Pult Vehicle. Professor Genki’s Hyper Ordinary Pre-Order Pack includes:
  • Professor Genki’s Super Ballistic Man-a-pult: Cruise Steelport in style with this vacuum-action human-cannonball truck. Suck up pedestrians and use them as live ammunition against the forces of evil, and everyone else.
  • Professor Genki’s “Octopuss” Weapon: Fire baby octopi onto your enemies’ heads! Watch as the octopi massage their scalps and your enemies fight for you! Enemies can be friends too!
  • Professor Genki’s Leisure Stunt Suit: The ultimate in comfort and tight-fitting apparel, the Genki Leisure Stunt Suit is perfect for skydiving over Steelport or to wear while ejecting from high-flying fighter jets. Free Genki mask included!

Exclusive in-game soundtrack. The Platinum Pack includes the official Saints Row soundtrack.


No price was announced in the official press release, but Gamestop does have the Platinum Pack priced at $99. You can check out the images for both the 360 and PS3 version in the gallery below.

Saints Row: The Third will be available November 15th for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.


  1. The headset can’t be used with the console you buy the game for?

    Then tell me what the fucking point is! There’s no way I’d walk around town listening to music with those bulky, ugly things. 

    • I guess it’s fine to buy a collectors edition for a headset you find ugly if it did work with the console. What the fuck is the point of that? Buying stuff you don’t like?

      • Extra money for a headset: not bad.

        Extra money for a headset that doesn’t even work with your console: terrible.

        Hell, while they’re at it, why don’t they throw in a universal remote. It’ll look like a 360/ps3 controller, but it will only work for your tv.