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Red Dead Redemption 100% Guide Plus More

Need help getting 100% on Red Dead Redemption? Can't find out which animal your missing to get that achievement? Well your in luck, here's a guide to help you complete Rockstar's latest game 100%. Plus more, such as the animal list, best horse locations, and much more.

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DelbertGrady2317d ago

The only thing I can think of that's not very good in RDR are the tutorials. They should have paused the game whenever there is text on screen and use "press A to continue" or something.

Instead my first duel went like this: "Ok, it's time. Hey look! There's text in the left corner explaining how to duel! Let's see, press RT to...*shot dead*. Wtf!?"

bviperz2317d ago (Edited 2317d ago )

My first dueler was slow as molasses. After I read the tutorial I still had time to put every bullet from my six-shooter in his dome. Yee-HAW!

knight6262317d ago

do u know if u dont get a chance to read the tutorials fast just press start and go to journal it shows u everything it says...evey GTA game has had this before i dont know y people dont ever explore the pause menu then just the game

lh_swe2317d ago

I still don't know how to mark people in dead eye mode (embarassing I know) but I feel they should have done a better tutorial for many of the things but thats as far as my complaints go for this game and I know MP has some bugs but I have yet to buy a wifi adapted for my 360 (I will soon though), almost eager to buy two copies one for the PS3 to play MP and play SP on my 360...what do you guys think? I have 3 months of Live from buying a hard drive but I sorta wanna wait till Reach comes out...

yoghurt2317d ago

How long does it take to complete the game?
I mean not including all optional missions, just the main bulk of the game?

poindat2317d ago (Edited 2317d ago )

Well I've been playing for about 10-12 hours (give or take), and I've just reached Mexico, which apparently is approximately the halfway point of the game. I've also gone out of my way to do side missions and challenges, but a large bulk of my play time has been the main story, although I am taking my sweet time and letting the details and setting soak in.

So just doing the story should last you long enough (and give you enough enjoyment) to get your full money's worth out of the game. Add in all the side missions, optional tasks, and online play, and you've got one hell of a bargain for $60.

knight6262317d ago

going to mexico is not even touching the half point of the game u r long way from the ending this game is pretty long so enjoy it

yoghurt2317d ago

thanks for your replies, I was actually asking because I don't like games that are too long, 1) because I get bored (GTA4) and 2) I don't get loads of game time so it'd take months to complete! so you could be looking at 25-30 hours for RDR, which for me is perhaps too long I think to keep me interested, may give it a spin though

drdre742317d ago

This is a good one. I was wondering about the horses and this tells me where they are and what they look like so great.

Lirky2317d ago (Edited 2317d ago )

Online i completed all survivalist challenges.. however theres a bug that doesnt let u see other herbs u need i emailed this photo to report the bug to rockstargames support. The bug : it doesnt let you scroll down to see the other herbs u need. I manage to guess and found the herbs at random and got lucky.

http://img245.imageshack.us...

T9X692317d ago

That's not a bug, that's all the herbs in the game, you cant scroll down because there are no more.

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