IGN: Red Dead Redemption: How the West was Fun

IGN writes: "1908. The year London hosted the Summer Olympic Games, Henry Matisse opened his arts academy and the great New York to Paris car race began; society embraced the new century with feats of human creativity and endurance, leading them along the path toward the Great War. But in the same stroke, outlaws Butch Cassidy and the Sundance kid were gunned down, and the 'wild west' – the North American western frontier – began to recede, making way for engines in place of horses and progress and expansion in the face of lawlessness and isolation. "

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WildArmed3139d ago

the game looks amazing. Gotta love sandbox/open world games.
They bring alot to the table.