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Rockstar confirmed a Red Dead Redemption Game of the year edition release for October 11 and 14 in North America and Internationally respectively. The GOTY edition will contain all downloadable content released since launch and will be available for PS3 and Xbox 360.
Here is the list of what you should find in the GOTY Edition disk:
Rockstar games has revealed more info on their upcoming, free bonus pack of Red Dead Redemption DLC. It will be called “The Myths and Mavericks Bonus Pack,” and “will feature new fan-favorite multiplayer characters by popular demand (including a certain grizzled ol’ gunslinger as pictured above) as well as new multiplayer locations for players of Deathmatch, Grab the Bag, Gang matches and other popular online modes to get busy in.”
Expect to see the DLC in September.
“In honor of America’s birthday and in keeping with its celebratory traditions of spectacle and excess, we’re unleashing the first instance of Red Dead Redemption 4XP for multiplayers all around the world on both PS3 and Xbox 360 this July 4th Weekend.
Beginning by 12:01AM Eastern this Friday July 1st and running until 11:59 PM Eastern on Monday July 4th, all online multiplayer modes including Free Roam and Undead Overrun in Undead Nightmare will earn you quadruple the experience points during this extended holiday weekend.”
Rockstar Games Social Club is holding a Red Dead Redemption & Undead Nightmare triple XP and Multplayer Event for their PS3 community, today, Thursday, May 26th from 4-7PM Eastern.
For more information, and to see how to win a Red Dead Redemption soundtrack signed by José González, hit the jump.
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Rockstar Games is hitting its stride now. Two straight games that are genre defining, and potentially revolutionary, they’ve released now, both of which to fan and critical acclaim. But which one is better? Team Bondi’s homage to film noire or Rockstar San Diego’s western classic?
I’ve already stated on this blog that Red Dead Redemption is among my favorite games of all time, and L.A. Noire was my most anticipated game of 2011. But, which game will I say is better?
I have to warn you, this post contains spoilers for both games. If you haven’t finished it, I suggest you wouldn’t read the “plot” section of this post.