Harold Goldberg from Vulture talks with Dan Houser from Rockstar Games about the history of Rockstar Games and how Red Dead Redemption 2 was made.
Great article, RDR2 is going to be epic....
Great picture in the article too. That should be made into a dynamic background on either console.
Staff putting in 100 hour weeks. Voluntary slavery. Support it all you want. I’m not.
The hype is real for this one.
Wonder what kind of micro transactions they are going to get away with in this one lol.
As long as it stays in the online portion, I couldn't care less.
The making of RDR2; how to infest a good game with Microtransations. They learned a lot from GTAV Online.
Well if it's anything like GTA 5 then expect free updates, or would you rather pay for those?
If it's a single player DLC, I gladly pay. I won't pay for cosmetics and the crap that was in GTAV Online like cars and apartmants and clothing.
Well you sort of need high end apartments to host any heist. By the way, I've played gta5 since release date and I have never had to buy any MT's.
Well, no one has to but that is not the point of MT'. They just make life "easier" in a video game world.
Nothing in it that we don't already know.
Added much needed colour to otherwise black & white facts we currently have. Good article.
60h just Story. wow. and where is exploration? games? hunting? side missions? camp? wow.
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