Posted by sean on May 20, 2010 at 5:27 pm in Video Games with No Comments


Very, very early initial impressions

I returned from work this afternoon to find a delightful looking jiffy bag sitting on the door mat. The envelope contained the much acclaimed, and PlayStation 3 game of the year, Red Dead Redemption.

Due to going out to parents in a matter of minutes to be fed, I have had little time to play the game, but here are some very early observations from the 30-or-so minutes I have been playing for…

– The game is excellent
– Basically this is Grand Theft Auto in the Wild West on horseback
– The game is excellent
– Strangely, you can kill chickens, rabbits, coyotes and people, but you are not allowed to murder your horse. Yes… like any self-respecting gamer, I did try this before I even attempted a mission.
– The game is excellent
– It is just like Back to the Future 3… which for anyone who grew up in the 90’s, is the closest we ever got to a Western movie
– The game is excellent
– The playing environment seems to go on for miles and miles
– The game is excellent
– Not much more to say so far…
– Did I mention the game is excellent?

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