D+PAD Magazine: Red Dead Redemption Reviewed

D+PAD Magazine Writes:
Jim Kitses, in the opening pages of his influential study on the Western ‘Horizons West’, argued that the genre, one of the great American creations, was as important a creative force as the famous filmmakers – the likes of Ford, Eastwood and Peckinpah – who forged their best work within its conventions. In this respect the Western wasn’t something they transcended in the pursuit of their art, but instead a “dynamic partner”, an active canvas open to all sorts of wonderful, distinctive interpretations.

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