red dead redemption

Saddle up, the Red Dead Redemption 2 trailer is here

So, remember that image Rockstar Games tweeted out the other day that got everyone talking? Well, surprising no one, turns out it was really the announcement of Red Dead Redemption 2. RED DEAD REDEMPTION 2 Coming Fall 2017#RDR2 — Rockstar Games (@RockstarGames) October 18, 2016 What’s more, it teased the first trailer for the game dropping on...[Read More]

Rockstar Games shared a red version of its logo and everyone’s losing their minds

Most teases from video game developers come in the form of short, shallow trailers or “leaked” screenshots; little tidbits containing not so many details but at least a firm confirmation of the product being teased. Otherwise what are people supposed to be getting hyped about? But then there are companies like Rockstar Games, who are in the rare position where they’ve earned the ...[Read More]

Red Dead Redemption will be backwards compatible on Xbox One, for reals this time

Red Dead Redemption, the super popular Rockstar game that the “won’t someone think of the children” scaremongers don’t seem to know about, is coming to Xbox One via backwards compatibility this weekend. If you’re having a weird sense of deja vu, that’s because Red Dead Redemption has appeared on the Xbox Marketplace as a backwards compatible title before, but in...[Read More]

Red Dead Redemption briefly appears on Xbox One

  A couple of days ago I was severely disappointed when I saw Red Dead Redemption trending on Twitter, only to find out it’s because the BEST GAME EVER was available on Xbox One for backwards compatibility. It’s a great thing the game was playable, but man, I want that sequel announcement so bad. Did you notice the use of the word ‘was’ in the paragraph above? It turns...[Read More]

Headless army shoot-out in Red Dead Redemption

– Tom Heath Video games contain glitches. Sometimes these glitches make for entertaining romps as a goat who blows up a petrol station. Others turn sensual sex scenes into pure, weapons grade nightmare fuel. Then there are the ones that are just plain creepy. YouTube user Drewoid was playing Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare, a game that was already full of creepy ghouls, when he came ac...[Read More]

Killing dogs in games is not okay

– Charlie Braithwaite Some things are just not okay, and as a dog lover, killing any form of canine is up the top of that list for me. As a gamer that creates conflict from time to time. Generally killing enemies in a game is satisfying, seeing an arrow puncture a bandit or blowing the brains out of a zombie feels good. What doesn’t feel good is pumping a dog full of bullets or knifing...[Read More]

In Memoriam: Red Dead Redemption

-Charlie Braithwaite In this new LoadScreen series we will be paying tribute to the game characters who didn’t Mario it out of their game and slide down a flag pole to victory. This article contains all the spoilers, because of course it does. If you don’t want to know who shuffled off their mortal coil in Red Dead Redemption please don’t read anymore. Scroll past this picture of me contempl...[Read More]

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