Posts tagged Red Dead Redemption 2
Who Ya Got: John Marston vs. Arthur Morgan

Rockstar Games has, once again, found massive success as they returned to their critical hit Western Franchise, Red Dead Redemption. The sequel, Red Dead Redemption 2, was released only a few weeks ago and has already exceeded the massive expectations that were placed upon it.

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The Long-term Appeal of Short Games

A couple of weeks ago I had the pleasure of playing Lucas Pope’s Return of the Obra Dinn. I had many good things to say about my experience but looking back there was one thing I forgot the mention; its brevity.

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Red Dead Redemption 2: Review

On October 26th Rockstar released Red Dead Redemption 2, their latest entry into their hit, Western franchise. The team at Rockstar has successfully built upon the impressive setting established in Red Dead Redemption, as well as provided a more immersive world that truly feels alive with every stranger you encounter.

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Is Historical Authenticity in Games All That Important?

One of the most surefire ways a game can stir up controversy nowadays is to bring into question the issue of historical authenticity. It seems like no other topic has the capacity to incite such an incendiary response from the gaming community…

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The Wildlife of Red Dead Redemption 2 is Stunning

Folks we are just a mere month away from finally falling back into Rockstar’s Western Frontier and the latest images released are nothing short of breathtaking. Rockstar Games posted an article on their website highlighting the wildlife that will be present in their highly anticipated game, Red Dead Redemption 2.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 Could be the Next Step in Open World Gameplay

Nothing makes a fictional, video game world feel more alive than seeing the effects and consequences of your decisions play out across the landscape. According to journalist Geoff Keighley, who recently went hands-on with Red Dead Redemption 2, Rockstar Games’ newest installment in their Western series might be the next step in the evolution of the open world genre.

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