You know what's fucked up? The fact that Red Dead Redemption 2 was recently given the PC release date of November 12th, and somehow it has once again become my most anticipated game of the year.
I don't know how 2018 managed to do it, but it simultaneously felt like the longest and shortest year of my life...
Red Dead Redemption 2 finally allowed some of its players to try the beta version of their online modes this week, and if you've tried GTA Online then you probably know exactly what it is.
Over the course of my time with Red Dead Redemption 2, I found myself waffling between moments of awe and frustration fairly consistently. It's a game that feels as if it suffered an identity crisis midway through development, leaving it disjointed in many areas. Yet despite this, Red Dead Redemption 2 still managed to be … Continue reading Review: Red Dead Redemption 2
This one is gonna be a short one folks, I really don't have much of anything else to talk about outside of one particularly massive cowboy-themed game. That's right, I'm talking about Red Dead Redemption 2 once again.
Howdy to all of my buckaroos out there, it's the spookiest time of the year and somehow cowboys are involved.
So here's the thing, I didn't really prepare much of anything to write about this week and I don't quite feel like phoning it in more than I already am.
With the sequel on the horizon, I figured it was now or never for me to revisit Red Dead Redemption and bask once more, in its glory.
September is finally here, and with it comes the annual dump of video games that we all know and love. This isn't a comprehensive list of releases by any means, rather it's a list of the bigger games that I'm personally keeping an eye on.