Red Dead Redemption for Xbox 360
Xbox 360

Red Dead Redemption

May 18, 2010
5th of 1221

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About this game

Content Rating: Mature


Red Dead Redemption is an open-world, third-person, action-adventure game set at the tail end of the American West West era. Action takes place in the first few years of the twentieth century and revolves around the choices that the protagonist, former outlaw John Marston, is forced to make due to his blemished past. The game features a morality system assigning honor and fame points generated through the player's choices. It also features Wild West themed mini-games, new targeting and cover systems, extensive horse riding abilities, a wealth of period specific weapons and more than 40 huntable animals.

Gamer Reviews

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Jul 5, 2020
Massive open world of this game on consoles like Xbox 360 and PS3 is itself an achievement. Other than a very interesting setting this game has a very good gunplay, a gripping story and lots of things to do in this massive world.
Jan 16, 2020
Nowhere near as good as Red Dead 2. Much Smaller map and Game play is simple and not as exciting with not as many things to do as in red dead 2


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Critic Reviews

20 Reviews
Justin CalvertMay 18, 2010
This is an outstanding game that tells a great story with memorable and occasionally laugh-out-loud-funny characters. Think about great moments that you remember from spaghetti Western movies, put them all into one 20- to 40-hour epic feature, and picture yourself in the starring role. Now you have some idea of what's waiting for you in Red Dead Redemption.
Matt BertzMay 17, 2010
To succeed where other Western games have failed, Red Dead Redemption deftly recreates a sandbox playground of a tumultuous historical period swept away by technological progress. The game perfectly captures the expansiveness of frontier life and the gritty gunplay of spaghetti westerns, rightfully earning its place alongside the great Western films and the best Rockstar games.
Conrad ZimmermanMay 24, 2010
All told, Red Dead Redemption is a stellar title. While I have some issues with the story and characters, the simple joy of interacting with this world more than makes up for those complaints. Add in a compelling multiplayer component and you have one hell of a game.

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