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Red Dead Redemption

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Red Dead Redemption is a western, action-adventure game developed and presented by Rockstar San Diego as the spiritual successor to Red Dead Revolver. Now, Geekscene will talk about: Synopsis, Background, Story. Gameplay.



John Marston is a reforming former outlaw in the American West in 1911. When government agents threaten his and his family's freedom, Marston is sent across the American West to help uphold the law and to find self peace and redemption. Along the way through frontier towns, deserts, prairies, and mountain passes, and territories, Marston is given work as he freely explores the free-roaming sandbox environments. Marston can also participate in jobs and activities such as Poker and Horse Taming.

Players can see the frustration many characters have with the Federal Government and eastern folk. It was inevitable, as more and more people poured in from the east, that every corner of the American West would be populated. It wasn't until the 1920s that the untamed Wild West would forever become an icon in American history.



As players see in the opening of the game, many new and "unfamiliar" people are moving into the West on the train. The town of Blackwater has noticeable modernized differences in architecture and technology compared to other gritty towns like Armadillo and Thieves' Landing. Electric line poles are also noticeable along roads. Marshal Leigh Johnson is seen fussing with a telephone in one of his mission cut scenes, showing the unfamiliarity with such technology people of his generation and likeness have.



The story opens with John Marston, a former outlaw of the Dutch Van Der Linde gang, arriving in Blackwater alongside government agents Edgar Ross and Archer Fordham. When Williamson finds out that Marston is living at the MacFarlane's ranch, his gang burns the barn. After the burning, John recruits Marshal Johnson, Nigel West, Irish and Seth Briars to breach Fort Mercer, Williamson's main base of operations. Allende promises Marston that he will assist in capturing Williamson and Escuella but betrays Marston and tries to kill him. After the attempted murder, Marston joins Reyes and his rebel army. Though Marston manages to kill Allende and Williamson, Luisa Fortuna, Marston's rebel friend, is killed by the Federales in an attempt to save Reyes from execution. Marston returns to Blackwater. Ross tells him that he needs to kill Dutch Van Der Linde, the leader of Marston's former gang. Marston fights against Dutch's gang in the hunt for Van Der Linde. Although the army mistakes Marston for one of the gang, Marston eludes capture.

Eventually, Marston joins with the army in attacking Van Der Linde's hideout. After a long chase, Marston confronts Dutch on a cliff. Fulfilling his duty, Agent Ross releases Marston's family and they are reunited. The family spends time together at their ranch (Marston Ranch). John defends the ranch and kills many men. John then falls backwards dead. A grown Jack Marston returns and buries his mother beside his father. Jack finds Edgar Ross's wife, Emily Ross, who tells Jack that Edgar has gone on a hunting trip on the San Luis River with his brother. Jack travels to the river where he finds Ross hunting ducks. The two exchange heated words with Jack accusing Ross of murdering his father. Ross tells Jack that his father killed himself with the life he led, and he'll kill Jack if he doesn't run off. Jack wins the duel, killing Ross.



Players can also accept bounty hunter missions, to capture or kill escaped criminals; play games of chance such as poker or blackjack, search for treasure or hunt wild animals (skins, meat etc. can be sold at stores). As players commit crimes, their bounty increases. Certain crimes raise the bounty more than others: murdering a sheriff, for instance, will raise the player's bounty more than committing arson. If players cannot pay the bounty, they will be sent on a bounty hunter mission (it is best to capture the bounty alive so the player can get more money to pay off their own bounty). Players can get rid of their bounty by going to telegraph offices and paying off their bounty piece by piece.


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