We are glad to announce that PS3Blog.net will be holding its 5th Red Dead Redemption game night. And this week we’d really like ya’ll to join in the fun..
On Saturday July 24th from 8:30PM EST -11:00PM EST or later, Sinlock and Demerson will be co-hosting an evening of Bushwacking and Horse theft.
This week 100 points will be awarded to all players. And those that bring extra life to the game will recive bonus points. Be it by shooting skills, dying skills, antics, teamwork, or anything we deem to be cool. Awards will be in the form of Blog Points. If there is someone who puts their best foot forward and really blows us away they will recive a special prize thats a bit more tangible in form of a PS3Blog.net Tee Shirt.
We’d also like to hear your thoughts on the Game Nights we have had so far. So chime in and tell us what you like as well as the things your not so fond of.
At 8:30 Sinlock will host a Pre-game in Public Free Roam to get you warmed up and to help others earn any Trophies they might want.
At 9:00PM the Official game will begin, We will move to a Private Free Roam game that will be invite only*. We’ll do a mix of Free Roam and Co-Op.
At 10:00PM Things get personal with Gang match ups, Free for all, Gold rush, Grab the bag, and other ways of killing your fellow man.
Here are some details.
Due to the way in how RDR handles parties, only people on a players Friends list can be invited into a Private Match. To get around this limitation people wishing to join us for Game Night should send an PSN friend request to one of the two Co-hosts.
Please mention PS3Blog.net Game Night in the topic and your user name on the Blog so we know who you are. Lots of people use a different name on PSN than on the Blog.
Sinlock’s PSN = Sinlock and Demerson’s PSN = DZounar
Mic/Headsets are not required but will help make it more enjoyable for everyone. Almost any Bluetooth headset can be used with the PS3.
The responce from past weeks of Game Night has shown that the members want to make use of the Co-Op missions. Now that the Co-Op has been fixed and is stable we have added it to the normal lineup of games we’ll play. There is a limitation with Co-Op in that you group is limited to only four (4) players. So the chance of a posse being broken up is likely. We are trying to figure a work around for this that might include breaking up into multiple groups.
If you have not downloaded the new DLC for Red Dead Redemption make sure you do so, It’s free and only takes 15 mins to do.
** PS3Blog.net is a family friendly community although we are killing each other, we will be gentlemen about it. That way the hosts do not have to make use of the boot feature**
Written by: Sinlock
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