Deep Silver, publisher of the upcoming Saints Row IV action-adventure open world game developed by Volition, is going all-out to promote the title that's set to release on August 20, 2013. With help from publisher Future US (yes, our Future), the two entities put together a hilarious government website in which you can vote on laws such as "No Whining" and "Flip the Bird," the latter of which would change the national bird from a Bald Eagle to a middle finger.
Out of the nine pieces of legislation you can vote on, the No. 1 vote getter so far is "Send Genki to the U.N.."
"Nominate Professor Genki to serve as an official U.N. Ambassador," the proposed legislation reads. "The Saints want to take their special brand of diplomacy to a global scale; do you think Genki is up to the job?"
There are plenty of things to see and do on the fake website. You can create a DMV license and share it on Facebook, register an arsenal of awesome weapons (such as 'Merica, which features a dozen guns, a rocket launcher, and a flamethrower all wrapped together behind one convenient trigger), check out administration profiles, and more.
Saints Row IV takes place five years after the "Save Shaundi" ending in Saints Row: The Third. The leader of the Third Street Saints is now President of the U.S., though his tenure is interrupted by an alien invasion.