In another universe, they made a box containing Red Dead Redemption that's just for me. The front is familiar. The back, though, boasts the kind of bullet points I might demand of a great video game:
Rockstar Games' Old West tour de force Red Dead Redemption catches zombie fever—as video games now tend to do—with the Undead Nightmare add-on, a meaty, mystical expansion to the comparatively sober original adventure.
Rockstar's Red Dead Redemption sells itself as a Western. But did you know it's not really a Western at all?
It's hard to tell who's good, who's bad, who's corrupt and who's just incompetent in this brief profile of law enforcement in the lawless land of Red Dead Redemption.
Capping off a week during which Rockstar Game's New York team was unfavorably described as an Eye of Sauron overlooking its development studios, the company just posted some new editions to its wallpaper series.
Rockstar Games has yet to respond publicly to allegations that staff working on Red Dead Redemption have suffered through poor work conditions, but this apparent internal email is the next best thing.
Following a blog post last week describing unfair work conditions at Rockstar San Diego, a former Rockstar New York staffer spoke to MTV Multiplayer of the fear the East coast office instills in the developer's West Coast employees.
An anonymous blogger filing under the heading "Rockstar Spouse" has penned a letter of complaint about working conditions at Red Dead Redemption development studio Rockstar San Diego.
The concept for the Red Dead Redemption box art got me to thinking - I know I've seen that somewhere before.
I've loved Red Dead Revolver like no other console game. It's the only one I have 100 percented and finished on all difficulty levels. And I'm going back to play it after this post.