For fans of the best console game, Red Dead Redemption series, here’s some good news.
Let Me Tell You Something About Red Dead
Released for the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360, the first Red Dead Redemption was the best console game for me. It’s probably one of the first few Western-theme games. When I first saw the trailer for the game, I was so thrilled for the first time because I know that I was going to enjoy the game. It’s like going back to your younger days when you and your siblings or your friends pretended to be bank robbers and cowboys. Playing the first Red Dead Redemption game made me feel that I was riding out in the sunset while riding on my personal horse together with my posse’. The only thing that made me feel so sad about the original Red Dead Redemption was how the game ended. John Marston getting shot by a corrupt government official and his lackeys was devastating.
Read Dead Redemption 2 Is A Revelation
With the new Red Dead Redemption 2 game, there are many features to check and explore. The game is also some kind of prequel. I could say because you don’t play as either John or Jack Marston, but as Arthur Morgan. He is another outlaw who is a member of the van der Linde gang. If you all remember the van der Linde gang, this is the violent gang of thieves led by Dutch van der Linde, the final boss or antagonist in the first game. Despite not being the central character in the story, John Marston and his family to appear in the game. They will also get affected by Morgan’s decisions.
My Final Thoughts
Apart from the story, the game is full of activities and side missions that you can enjoy. You can spend time just riding in the sunset inside a great forest and hunt for food or for sport. Or you can ride in a train or a stagecoach, but I personally prefer riding on a horse that I’ve personally trained. I did it with John Marston, so I’ll do it again with Arthur Morgan this time. If you’re feeling incredibly bad and stupid, you can stop the train and declare a stick-up. Of course, always remember that any course of action that you do in the game will affect how the story will develop all the way until the end. This is the kind of storytelling that I personally love about Rockstar. In any case, I really enjoyed playing Red Dead Redemption 2.