Red Dead Redemption has recently released to critical acclaim. With such a high profile title, in development by a world class developer, receiving review scores where the mean is 95, putting this at or near the best scored game of the year, you would expect that Red Dead Redemption is near perfect. But how is there such a disconnect between the reality of Red Dead Redemption, its bugs and problems easily detectable by anyone that has played the game's multiplayer component, and the theory that Red Dead Redemption is near perfect in every review score.
Boomtown, Game.nl, 1Up, GamePro, GameReactor, Gameplanet,Planet Xbox 360, Telegraph, Cheat Code Central, Videogamer, Gamespy all gave Red Dead Redemption a perfect score. In these reviews there are no mentions of the glitches that prevail in some of the games modes. So, why is there no mention of these problems? Is it because Red Dead Redemption launched a web marketing campaign rivaled by few before lauch?...continues