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While Rockstar San Diego's amazing Red Dead Redemption isn't exactly a sequel, it's a spiritual successor to 2004's Red Dead Revolver. Originally developed by Capcom, Rockstar took the reins and made some alterations to it before its eventual release. Considering our memories of Revolver aren't exactly fresh, we were curious to find out how it has held up over the years.
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That's a pretty good choice, but you should had picked this when the game or DLC came out.
Lol that was pretty good Jackass Replay FTW!
I wouldn't mind a Jackass replay.
This game deserves a lot of praise...my brother and I used to play on a team versus the computer for hours.
lol, that was hilarious. And Jackass rocked, especially the earliest episodes, it came out of no where and it had me and all my friends injuring each other.
God Hand is pretty funny but it gets repetitive and it's very cheesy. It embraces its cheesiness though, one of the only videogames that does so successfully. I usually hate that kind of stuff, but it was unusually refreshing in a videogame.
I'm sure Johnny Knoxville appreciates all the free advertising going on here, lol!
RDR looks pretty good! Nice work, Dan!
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Nice choice for the Replay! Red Dead Revolver was a fun experience, I remember spending hours in the local multiplayer with my friends as well as the main story line.