If you had “spring 2018" in the Red Dead Redemption 2 delay pool, congratulations. Rockstar announced today that the highly anticipated western game will not make it this year after all.
Red Dead Redemption released seven years ago today and remains a triumph. The tale of John Marston’s failure might be Rockstar’s finest story.
Last month, the mod group known as .White announced “Red Dead Redemption V,” a project that would incorporate Red Dead’s map into Grand Theft Auto V. But soon after releasing a teaser trailer for the mod on Friday, the group decided to cancel the project.
Evidence is mounting that Red Dead Redemption 2 is in fact a prequel to the first game, and by evidence, I mean IMDB listings, casting calls, and Facebook friend lists. Welcome to the wild world of Rockstar fan sleuthing.
Red Dead Redemption and its Undead Nightmare expansion arrive on PlayStation Now on December 6. Subscribers to Sony’s streaming game service can get their Marston on via PS4 or PC. I could have headlined this “Play Red Dead Redemption on PC Next Week,” but I’m not a monster.
For such a fun holiday, video games have a lot of trouble doing Halloween justice. Sure there are exceptions—Destiny just did a pretty good job, and Costume Quest is fun—but for the most part it’s a time of year that games struggle to really celebrate. Unless, like right now, we’re talking about Undead Nightmare, the…
I don’t think people say that Mass Effect “feels like sci-fi,” or The Witcher “feels like fantasy.” But people do say that Red Dead Redemption “feels like a Western,” and I’m compelled to agree. Why? Listen to the game.
As promised earlier this week, here’s the debut trailer for the eagerly anticipated follow-up to Rockstar’s Western opus, Red Dead Redemption. It’s not much, but it sure is pretty.
Rockstar’s been teasing the crap out of a big reveal for the past couple days. Their tease medium of choice? Images of stars and cowboys. Obviously, they’re either about to announce a new Red Dead game, or a gripping open-world narrative experience about sports teams from Dallas, Texas.
Earlier this morning, Rockstar Games went red, with new versions of its logo appearing on social media accounts like Twitter and Facebook, as well as the loading screen for the company’s official website. Update: A second image appears, with cowboys.
HBO’s new series Westworld has probably got a lot of people reconsidering their most recent Grand Theft Auto V murder spree.
Is a Red Dead Redemption remaster coming? According to Korean site Game Focus (via tipster Sang), a Red Dead remaster for PS4, Xbox One, and PC is in the works. Kotaku is following up with Rockstar and will update this story should the company comment.
With Red Dead Redemption finally backwards compatible on the Xbox One, it’s time to look back at Rockstar’s Western masterpiece. A staggering example of AAA design gone horribly right, Red Dead is one hell of a game. Join me in this video for an adventure full of bounty hunters, sharpshooting, and shenanigans!
Inexplicably, there’s still no way to play the fantastic western open-world game Red Dead Redemption on PC or PlayStation 4, but starting today you can at least play it on an Xbox One.
Back in February, Red Dead Redemption quietly became backwards compatible on Xbox One. It was later removed by Microsoft, who claimed it was part of a “test” that wasn’t meant to be released publicly. Soon, though, everyone will get a chance to revisit one of Rockstar’s best games.
The Xbox 360 version of Red Dead Redemption was briefly playable on Xbox One this weekend, but it’s since been removed. Said Microsoft’s Major Nelson: “Microsoft tests all Xbox 360 games with our emulator to ensure a quality experience across a breadth of titles. Due to an error, some of the games currently in test…
One of the most requested additions to the Xbox One’s backwards compatibility list, Red Dead Redemption is now available for download and play. Folks just need to own the game digitally and find someone already following the game. Update: Not working anymore. Xbox’s Major Nelson comments on Reddit.
My favorite trophies and achievements in video games are the gimmick-based ones. They’re not about finishing a level or getting a certain amount of headshots. They’re about doing something specific, often something outlandish, silly, deliberately provocative, or plain screwed up. They can add levity to a sober gaming…