Feel the sexual tension.
Volition's Drew Holmes has said it's going to "certainly push the boundaries - particularly with stuff like the 'sex appeal' slider" within Saints Row: The Third, but is mindful of being too over the top to the point it become crude.
"You never want to cross the line into crudely offensive," he told OPM UK (via CVG). "it's a thin line to walk, but you know when you've crossed it - and as long as it stays irreverent and tongue-in-cheek, then we can push it a lot further than if we were trying to play it serious."
He added that that because SR3 was "not even trying to be serious," its helped the game avoid "some of the bullets out of the media gun."
Saints Row: The Third launches on November 18 in Europe for PS3, 360 and PC.