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Did you beat Red Dead Redemption? Did you mean to but just couldn't
do it? Did you skip the game but still want to see and hear what all the
fuss is about? Well, the ending of the game was unforgettable and
should be seen by everyone, so Game Informer is pleased to completely spoil
it for you. Join Matt Bertz and myself as we check out video from
the unforgettable scene and provide our personal reactions. If you
already beat this Western, come along for a closer revisiting of the
surprising turn of events. Spoilers ahead!
Here's some additional set up for the spoiled ending of Red
Dead Redemption. Again... spoilers!:
After abiding by the FBI's wishes and eliminating his past gang
buddies, John Marston is reunited with his wife and child on the family
ranch. A tragic turn inevitably ruins what you're lead to believe is a
happy ending in which Marston bonds with son, wife, and comical uncle.
There's a bonus treat for careful viewers, too. If you squint a
little you can see I grew a handsome cowboy mustache for the occasion.
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the ending is good but i think that the ending to starwar the force unleashed part 1 is slightly better
holy s#$t his son looked like orlando bloom (spellent worng mayby)
Thats not much of an ending xD not like MW3
This was one of my favorite endings in a game, and the revenge mission was great. But man is Jack annoying, I had to stop playing after getting revenge. I was going to wrap up the rest of the trophies but i just couldn't put up with Jack's voice.
Is it just me, or can you not watch past the 30 second mark? Every time, I've loaded the page again, closed the browser, even restarted my computer... It always stops in the same spot. Tim starts saying, "So if you don't want this game spoiled...", then it stops. Am I missing something?
I still don't understand why they didn't bury Uncle...
one of the best ending ever in my opinion