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John Marston is being blackmailed by government lawmen to hunt down his former partners-in-crime. Driven further into the American Southwest, Marston soon finds that Williams has crossed into Mexico, a country in the throes of a civil war. At every turn, Marston must choose whether to side with outlaws or innocents in the crossfire.
John Marston, former outlaw, is forced by the federal government to hunt down the members of his old gang.
Rockstar Games has done it again. The confluence of a wide-open western setting and the greater emphasis on ambient- side missions and random encounters makes, the world of 'Red Dead Redemption', feel as if you were truly, living throughout it. It's wild, free and untamed. Just like the Wild West really was. The visuals computer effects was amazing to look at. The action is raw, and rough. The dynamically-generated music was awesome to hear, and last the characters are wonderful with top notch dialogue and voice acting -- all good enough to make you feel a part of the world. It really does depicts these things, quite well even though, it is a fictitious story. Set during the last days of the American Frontier; John Marston (Voiced by Rob Wiethoff), a former outlaw whose wife and son are taken hostage by the government in ransom for his services. Having no other choice, Marston sets out to bring the three members of his former gang to justice, as a hired gun. Without spoiling the game, too much, 'Red Dead Redemption' seem to have Hollywood western film influences. You notice similar tropes that was also in 1969's 'Wild Bunch', 1973's 'High Plains Drifter', 1992's 'Unforgiven', 2005's 'The Proposition' & others. In further analysis, I notice a few themes conveyed here, such as the past will eventually catch up to you. This is prominent throughout the game with character trying to seek redemption or face their fate. Another prominent theme is that of change. The Wild West is dying down and becoming a more modern and technologically advanced world. Some of the people accept the change, while others reject it. Some of the characters, like Marston's old gang leader, would rather die than adapted. The final theme is that the line between good and evil is muddy. One of the things, Marston wants to do, is allow his son, to be, a better man, and not allow himself to fall in the same traps, that he did, when he was younger. The downer ending kinda shows that good and evil are not always as clear cut as some believe. I know, some people hate this deeply bleak end, but I found it, as a way to reflect the end of the Wild West and the inevitable turn towards civilization. Although it is open to interpretation, after an Easter egg was found in 2013's 'Grand Theft Auto V'. So, who knows, it can possibly be a bittersweet earn your happy ending, type of a climax. In the end, this game isn't just a redo of Grand Theft Auto, Game Series with a different historical backdrop. No, this was a spiritual sequel to 2004's Red Dead Revolver; one of the best games of the early 2000s. While, the settlings, story, characters and gameplay between these two, are different, the game did take some elements from the previous title, and adapted it, here. A good example of this, is the Dead Eye slow motion effect that gives you, more time to make accuracy shooting. Now, comes to the question, on who do you want to shot at, and who you don't want to shot. As you begin to make a name for yourself, here. The question of ethics and morality are left up to you, as the player to choose, how to live your avatar character's life while he is trying to seek redemption from the crimes, he did in the past. Honestly, if you want to live a life of villainy, it's somewhat possible to do that, by assaulting people, robbing and killing, however, the game become harder to play, as it goes on, because of all those crimes. However, if you want to be more honorable in your gameplay; you gain, rewards that will help you, complete the game, probably quickly than those who go rampage through it. The morality meter in this game is like the stars system in Grand Theft Auto; the more, you act out: the more, the citizens around you, will began to react violently to your presence. No matter, what type of life, you live. It's really immerses you into their world. After all, what other western game, allow you to play card games, horse shoes, five finger fillet, rodeo, dices, cattle herding, horse racing, all day. However, the main reason to keep you coming back to the game, year after year is the Free Roam option. This is where a player can allow, up to 16 players join into one world and then explore the entirety of the single-player map. You can form a bounty hunting group, a gang or simply shoot each other in the face. After the game's release, several downloadable content additions were released; including 2010's 'Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare', which was later released as a standalone game, adding a new single-player experience story in which Marston searches for a cure for an infectious zombie plague that has swept across the Old West. Very tight. It's tempting to say that Red Dead Redemption is ahead of its time, but the reality, there were some flaws. There is a few glitches and bugs with the game engine, as some of the game rendering, does create a weird ghosting effect or freeze ups. Another problem is the touchy horse controls, which makes mounting a little too hard. It's somewhat funny to see a horse with no rider, jump around, for no good reason. Then, there is the annoying, respawn system that has the tendency to start you right next to an opponent in multiplayer and the fact that there is no mini-games, there. However, the worst for me, is how some of the tutorials feel like, they were introduced too late in the game. Don't ask me, how much, I got maul by a cougar! Overall: Red Dead Redemption really raise the bar, high for video game westerns. There is an everlasting appeal, online and off.
This is a superb game in every aspect. The presentation is fantastic, it's just like a Sergio Leone movie. The story is involving and nail biting, with some great twists and turns. The soundtrack is exceptional, and brings to mind Ennio Morricone, but with a modern twist. <br/><br/>The visuals are incredible, and you can spend hours just riding across the plains on your steed, looking at the gorgeous landscapes. There is a great variety of experiences contained within the game play, everything from cattle herding to poker playing, to showdowns with outlaw gangs. The game play is similar to Rockstar Games' GTA series, but I prefer the period setting and genre of this one. <br/><br/>This is a serious rival to a great Western movie. It's probably the closest you'll ever get to being Clint Eastwood as the Man With No Name. The attention to period detail, and the sheer love that went into this production is apparent from the get-go. If you love a great cinematic game, or are a fan of Western movies, please go and play this now. It is unmissable. You won't regret buying this.
It is possible that the developers did not base the Strange Man on any religious figure, whether it be Saint Peter, (a) God or Death. This is supported by the fact that no matter if the player chooses the honorable or dishonorable way of completing the task, he will always say "I hope my boy turns out to be just like you."<br/><br/>It is also possible that he is a manifestation of John Marston's sense of right and wrong, testing his morals and forcing John to make decisions on matters he may have seen or heard about previously. The Strange Man reveals a detailed knowledge of John Marston's history. He is impeccably dressed in a three piece suit with a large top hat. The man appears to be calm and collected, even in the arid wilderness. He is also able to identify John Marston whenever Marston approaches him, without actually looking at him. When questioned, he claims to be "an accountant... in a way" but also claims he cannot remember his own name. Undead Nightmare is an expansion story, which actually takes place after John returns to his family in between the levels The Outlaw's Return and The Last Enemy That Shall Be Destroyed. While in the game, it could simply be days that pass for the player, but in terms of the story a few months go by. As we see many characters that survived through the story of RDR return in Undead Nightmare, most of whom are killed off. Also, characters that died in the RDR story will return as zombies in the graveyards. That being said, there are two continuity errors in Undead Nightmare. First, MacDougal mentions Nastas and neither MacDougal or John seem to recall him being dead, and also Uncle was killed during the mission "The Last Enemy That Shall Be Destroyed" yet he is also zombified and killed at the beginning of Undead Nightmare.<br/><br/>Undead Nightmare ends with John saving his family, and stopping the plague. Then we flash forward to a few months passed RDR where John has been dead and buried to see Seth unwittingly unleash the undead plague once again. At which point John rises from the grave as the body of a zombie with the soul of a man in order to continue to fight the undead hoard. a5c7b9f00b