Red Dead Redemption [PC]
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America, early 1900's. The era of the cowboy is coming to an end.When federal agents threaten his family, former outlaw John Marston is sent across the American frontier to help bring the rule of law. Experience intense gun battles, dramatic train robberies, bounty hunting and duels during a time of violent change.Red Dead Redemption is an epic battle for survival in a beautiful open world as John Marston struggles to bury his blood-stained past, one man at a time.Combat and gunplay are major parts of the game. Gunfights in Red Dead Redemption are conducted using a third-person system. The player can take cover, target a specific person, blindfire, and free aim. Individual body parts can also be targeted, as to take targets down non-lethally. When the player shoots an enemy, the game engine uniquely creates the AI reactions and movements. John Marston has an arsenal of period-accurate weapons to choose from; these include revolvers, primitive machine pistols, lever or bolt-action rifles, knives, sticks of dynamite, molotov cocktails, lassos, mounted Gatling guns, shotguns, and cannons.

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Red Dead Redemption is NOT currently available on PC.
Platform(s) it will be available on are: PS3, 360.
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