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 just released two new screens for their upcoming game, Max Payne 3. There hasn’t been an official release date announced yet, but we will let you know as soon as there is.
Check below for the other screen, and check www.rockstargames.com/maxpayne3 for more!
Rockstar’s long awaited project (Agent) had been in development for a few years now. It had been a mystery to everyone in the gaming community, until now. Rockstar didn’t release any comments regarding the leaked photos. Agent was originally planed …
This is the first time we have ever done a double review for a title. We’ll have both reviews on the same post, but it should help give you a much broader look as to what to expect from the title if you haven’t already picked it up. Maybe, if people enjoy it, we’ll do these more often (especially if both sides have opposing views on the games).
LA Noire is one of those big name games that could use a good tearing apart to get the full picture of what the game is about and why it’s either great or a disappointment.
With that said, Baba Booey and I decided, amidst the confusion of who was going to review this, we’ll be doing a double review to have a little fun. He’s like my partner on the case (which suits the game well, as you’ll work with a partner throughout the game). Baba will start the review off with his take of the game on the first tab, and mine will follow. Hopefully you’ll enjoy reading it! And please, leave a comment and let us know what you think and whether or not we should do more double reviews!
Rockstar Games has announced the details of their Rockstar Pass and upcoming DLC content for L.A. Noire. All previously “pre-order only” content is now available. They also announced that two new cases will be coming this summer.
The “Nicholson Electroplating” Arson case will be released on June 21, and the “Reefer Madness” Vice case will be released on July 12. The cases will sell for $3.99 each, or you can get all the DLC by purchasing the “Rockstar Pass” for $9.99.
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.
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.