Red Dead Redemption News
Back in the saddle
A new Kotaku report based on several sources gives an overview of Rockstar's plans to remaster a number of classic titles. The PlayStation 2 GTA games are apparently first on the agenda, but the article also briefly mentions that the developer is prepared to revive Red Dead Redemption. Ever since the
Update: We've since been informed that this supposed leak is almost certainly a fake. On closer inspection, there are a couple of small inconsistencies in the text. We told you not to get your hopes up! Original Story: Here's a juicy new rumour that we pray is real. Apparently, an Amazon listing for something called 'Red Dead Redemption...
Red Dead Redemption may be as old as the hills, but the PlayStation 3 title continues to sell. Released all the way back in 2010, publisher Take-Two has announced that the Rockstar San Diego developed escapade has just crossed the 14 million units milestone. These are shipped numbers, but are still outrageously impressive. A sequel has...
Take Two boss Strauss Zelnick has trotted out a teensy tidbit regarding the future of Rockstar’s popular Red Dead Redemption franchise – chiefly, that the series won’t be hanging up its cowboy hat anytime soon. Chatting at the Cowen & Company Analyst conference earlier this week, the intelligent executive stressed that the firm...
What a nail-biter we had last week. In a heated duel between Yu Narukami and Squall Leonhart, the match was in constant flux as the protagonists wrestled victory from each other time and time again. When the dust finally cleared, it was Persona 4's teenage hero that emerged boasting 51 per cent of the votes – it doesn't get much closer...
Freebies and offers incoming
PlayStation Plus is coming to the PlayStation Vita, Sony announced during its GamesCom 2012 press conference earlier today. While Sony was coy about the specifics of the service's implementation, Vita owners can look forward to the prospect of discounts and freebies in the not-so-distant future. It was also announced...
Few would argue if we said that Red Dead Redemption was one of the best games on the PlayStation 3. No doubt there’d be a couple of contrarians complaining about the game’s shoddy middle-third, but aside from a few fleeting flaws the title is a showpiece for open-world game design. So it goes without saying that we’re excited to learn...