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  • Blog Post: [Update] Red Dead And Others Appeared As Backward Compatible By Accident

    Update: As we mentioned in our original story, the appearance of Red Dead Redemption, Halo Wars, Left 4 Dead 2 and other games as backward compatible over the weekend wasn't a guarantee of imminent release. Microsoft has confirmed that these appeared accidentally and they are not ready for distribution... More
  • Blog Post: Call of Duty: Black Ops II Is Now The Most Sought After Title For Xbox One Backwards Compatibility

    It’s been nearly a month since Microsoft asked which Xbox 360 games fans want to see become backwards compatible on the Xbox One. For the longest time, Rockstar’s Red Dead Redemption was the game most in demand, but the western shooter has recently been usurped by another popular title: Call... More
  • Blog Post: Red Dead Redemption Leads Xbox 360 Backward Compatibility Vote

    Last week Microsoft earned kudos for announcing its plan to make select Xbox 360 games backward compatible with the Xbox One. The tech update is launching with support for 18 titles , but Microsoft is also taking feedback on which games should be included as they expand the library. Now we have a clearer... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: What Do You Think Won't Be At E3?

    It's fun to make predictions about what games will be revealed at E3, but what about the games you don't expect to see? These could be sequels that are way to early to announce, even if we're pretty sure we will see them one day, like The Witcher IV, or games you really want to see, but have... More
  • Blog Post: Watch Team Meat's Tommy Refenes Wander Open Video Game Worlds For His Mom

    Super Meat Boy creator Team Meat's Tommy Refenes is walking across some of video games' largest open world maps to raise funds for his mother's health. Refenes' mother is a type-1 diabetic, and has been for 32 years. He is helping his siblings raise money in order to assist his mother... More
  • Blog Post: Take-Two CEO Confirms Red Dead And BioShock Games Are Planned

    Take-Two head Strauss Zelnick further confirms that the company intends to continue two of its most high-profile franchises. Gamespot obtained quotes from Zelnick's presentation at an analyst conference earlier this week, and his comments contained good news for gamers. Of the Red Dead series, he... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Glu Shutting Down Gamespy Service, Affecting A Reported 800 Developers And Publishers

    Update #2 (7:42 p.m. Eastern): Trendy Entertainment has also responded to our inquiry regarding the closure of Gamespy Technologies. The comment comes from marketing director Philip Asher Unfortunately, t he Playstation 3 and non-Steam PC versions of Dungeon Defenders will no longer have multiplayer... More
  • Blog Post: New Screen Of GTA V Surfaces In Red Dead Redemption: GOTY Edition Box

    A flier for Grand Theft Auto V included in a new boxed copy of Red Dead Redemption: Game of the Year Edition reveals a new screenshot of the game. The scan of the screen was posted to GTAforums.com by a user named, ahem, TheSmutPeddler. According to Mr. Peddler, "This was inside a new copy of "red... More
  • Blog Post: Perfect Destinations For Open World Games

    With tomorrow's release of Far Cry 3, the lush South Pacific comes to life on our game consoles. This got us thinking about what other destinations would make for a great open world experience. The viable locales for a game seem endless. So far we've been to the snowy mountains of Skyrim, the... More
  • Blog Post: Picking A Winner: Release Date Battles

    We just saw it this week - a clash of two highly-anticipated and powerful games: Dishonored and XCOM: Enemy Unknown. This isn't the first time two high-profile titles have gone head-to-head and I thought it would be fun to look at some games that were pitted up against each other on the same release... More
  • Blog Post: Update: Complete List Of Avatar Awards

    The list has been updated with new Avatar Awards for Halo 4, Joe Danger 2: The Movie, Darksiders II, and Transformers: Fall of Cybertron. If you'd rather spend your hard-earned cash on games rather than clothing for your Xbox 360 Avatar, yet still like the idea of dressing him or her in video game... More
  • Blog Post: Rockstar Moving On Next Open World Title

    Rockstar San Diego, the studio that brought us games and franchises like Red Dead Redemption (above) and Midnight Club, is hiring for what it's labeling is an open world game. Three new job postings at Gamasutra surfaced this weekend (and it looks like there are still some openings from last month... More
  • Blog Post: E-mail Survey Points To New Call Of Juarez Game

    Ubisoft recently sent out e-mails to those who played the newest Call of Jaurez: The Cartel to find out what fans would like to see in a sequel. The Cartel did not do well critically, scoring a 47 on metacritic , so it's a bit surprising to see Ubisoft gathering information for a sequel. Especially... More
  • Blog Post: Rockstar Announces Red Dead Redemption Game Of The Year Edition For October

    If you haven't played Rockstar's epic Red Dead Redemption yet, you're running out of excuses. Today, the company announced a new Game of the Year edition of Red Dead will be release on October 14 -- featuring all of the game's popular DLC packs that have been released since its launch... More
  • Blog Post: New Red Dead Redemption Patch Cleans Up Dirty Poker Cheat

    You're going to have to find a new way to bilk the citizens of New Austin of their hard-earned spending money. In anticipation of the upcoming Myths and Mavericks bonus pack, Rockstar Games is cleaning up some bugs and glitches in its outstanding western Red Dead Redemption with a new title update... More
  • Blog Post: Free Red Dead Redemption DLC Coming This Month

    Rockstar has some good news for Red Dead Redemption players looking to wring every last drop of fun out of the game. The free Myths & Mavericks bonus pack is coming in a few weeks, adding a slew of characters and maps to multiplayer. The content drops September 13, and pulls characters from the game's... More
  • Blog Post: It's Not Too Late To Earn Triple XP In Red Dead Redemption

    There have been a ton of great games since Red Dead Redemption came out in May 2010, so you're forgiven if you put it down. If you're looking for an excuse to get back into the game's multiplayer, Rockstar is here to help. They've put on a special triple XP event this weekend, which ends... More
  • Blog Post: Free Red Dead Redemption DLC Coming In September

    As a thank you to fans for playing Red Dead Redemption's multiplayer modes, Rockstar Games is offering a free DLC pack in September. The Myths and Mavericks Bonus Pack features new multiplayer characters and locations in which to play the title's various multiplayer modes. Rockstar also says... More
  • Blog Post: More Red Dead Redemption DLC In The Works, Bonus XP weekend

    We assumed that Marston's encounter with the undead would be Rockstar's final expansion for its critically-acclaimed western, but the company has announced that more DLC is on the way, along with a chance to nab some major bonus XP during the upcoming holiday weekend. Rockstar revealed the existence... More
  • Blog Post: Red Dead Redemption Featured On MPR Top Score Podcast

    If you think that public radio is just for political geeks and old people then you’re missing out on cool content like this interview with Bill Elm, one of the composers for Red Dead Redemption. Minnesota Public Radio recently started a podcast called Top Score , which talks specifically about... More
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