Sean's Stories

Posted by sean on February 2, 2018 at 5:31 pm in Video Games with No Comments


So, within just 30 days, I broke my New Year’s Resolution. I didn’t blog. It was my original aim to blog every day. 31st January – I failed. I missed the next day too. I was tempted to backdate a couple of posts, but I’m not that much of a cheat!

However, it was an email from Amazon which thankfully reignited my inspiration for blogging. The email advised that the sequel to Red Dead Redemption – one of my favourite video games of all time – was to be released in October. I had pre-ordered the title in December 2016 – almost two years earlier!

I knew very little about the original Red Dead, when I ordered it in 2010, but upon playing it, instantly realised that I had almost overlooked this gem, which is effectively Grand Theft Auto, on horseback, in the Wild West.

That was back in the days of my PlayStation 3. I now have it’s bigger, better looking brother – the PS4. Can you now see why I am this excited?

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