I have recently completed Saints Row the Third for the first time. In all of the choices that were handed to me in-game I chose a cash related option instead of Respect. What will the difference be in the later stages of the game if I have chosen Respect based answers instead?

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"Respect" is the correct term here. Respect has only one use in Saints Row 3, and that's to level up and unlock new upgrades. Generally then you buy the upgrades themselves with cash.

The highest Respect level is 50, and you can earn Respect in a million different ways - any time you see a little circle in the upper left with points counting upwards, you're earning Respect.

If you're Respect level 50, you get nothing from further Respect. Chances are by the time you finished the game you hit the cap, but you can still gain more easily through playing side missions or, really, doing whatever.

Specific choices have different outcomes when it comes to Respect or cash bonuses. For instance, at the end of act 1, your choice gives you 10% increase to either cash or Respect earned from that point onward.

Thus, the difference in the choices amounts to "not much" - if you picked Respect instead of cash, you'd hit the level cap faster, and earn cash a little slower.

  • Thank you. Dont know why I used reputation. I have edited my question to correct that
    – Morne
    Jun 3, 2014 at 14:43
  • Sadly, your answer is what I expected. I wouldve like a more dramatic change in the end game if you decided to take money over respect or vice versa.
    – Morne
    Jun 3, 2014 at 14:45
  • just to add, if you have the dlc or the complete edition, you'll get both rewards anyway.
    – l I
    Jun 3, 2014 at 14:49
  • @z' Yeah, that's part of the Unlockable Pack DLC, which is included in The Full Package.. Details on the Unlockable Pack are here.
    – agent86
    Jun 3, 2014 at 15:20
  • @Morne, I had to look it up - reputation seemed plausible to me :)
    – agent86
    Jun 3, 2014 at 15:21

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