No one has played every video game. Not even the experts. In Backlog, Digital Trends’ gaming team goes back to the important games they’ve never played to see what makes them so special … Or not. Red Dead Redemption goes a long way to live up to its name. Wearing the sand-filled boots of John Marston, an outlaw forced to hunt the members from the gang he grew up with, Rockstar Games introduces us to an ambitious take on the open world genre from the perspective of the Wild West in 1911. It’s here you’ll find that deadly duels are just a part of the everyday routine and all sorts of stereotypical western characters take part in the experience. It truly is a ride, even eight years after its release. It truly is a ride, even eight years after its release. I’ve heard nothing but praise about Red Dead Redemption since it first launched in 2010. It took me a long time to get my hands on a PlayStation 3 and even then, I only played it for less than two hours. Don’t get me wrong. I’m a big fan of Rockstar’s work, but I always felt overwhelmed by the… Read full this story
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