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Red Dead Redemption - First Thoughts

| Monday, May 24, 2010

After Costa did her review of Alan Wake last week, I felt inclined to share my thoughts on Red Dead Redemption being Alan Wake has no online game play. To sum up RDR real quick, its created by the same company that developed Grand Theft Auto and basically an open world Western with the main character seeking revenge on his brother. If you guys are familiar with the Grand Theft open world, RDR is the same way but with tighter controls. To sum up the controls to all of my die hard gamers its a third person Modern Warfare 2 mixed with Grand Theft Auto. A explanation of the MW2 comparison, is best explained by the auto aim feature when snapping on to opponents to shoot. The campaign mode of RDR is really good so far, some of the missions can be tedious, because some players may not want to herd cattle and tame horses but thats what happened in those days. RDR online gameplay is packed with several game modes ranging from Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, free roam, raiding game hideouts, gold rush and much more. RDR is a game for friends, the more friends you have playing online with you creates a remarkable gaming experience. You can create posses to ride out on computer generated enemies or terrorize the other people playing online. Go ahead and saddle up today, if you need some people to play with holler at us GAMERTAGS: eyesofphases, ddg nj, FS87 Shinigami, CDG1081

5 comments:

K' said...

Incredible review and very accurate.

Digs said...

Now that's crazy! I love westerns, and the dude in the picture with the shotgun looks just like Clint Eastwood.

Tiffluv said...

This joint is sold out in the midwest. Can't wait to get it.

Costa said...

Great review and i LUV this game

astralprojectsrecords said...

Gotta be honest...I love Rockstar. The GTA series is pretty much the only thing I play, but this looks hot. Real hot...if I wasn't catastrophically ass-out broke I'd cop it.