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onStart - Red Dead Redemption first Impressions

onpause writes:

Years of development, the wifes of Rockstar San Diego and 100 Million Dollars later the day has finally come, Red Dead Redemption has arrived on store shelves world wide. Despite the countless rumors, several delays and other obstacles facing the famed developer which also elevated franchises such as Grand Theft Auto to blockbuster levels has finally delivered the sequel to Red Dead Revolver. While the game carries the Red Dead name it is nothing like its predecessor. Red Dead Revolver was more of a linear experience watered down to arcade shooter type scenarios. Redemption is different, it truly is an open world to explore and lose yourself in. Players will take command of John Marston, an ex-outlaw left to die by his former gang who is now trying to take revenge. (PS3, Red Dead Redemption, Xbox 360)

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