@robin3d i thought red dead was one of the best games of the year, but i'm not a fan of westerns really (apart from red dead and gun)
QuakeCon 2011: Ultimate Origins: The Games That Influence Us Panel (Part 4)
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- Aug 6, 2011
Game Informer's Andrew Reiner leads this all-star panel of game industry talent including Raphael Colantonio (Arkane), Harvey Smith (Arkane), Matt Hooper (id Software), and Marcus Smith (Insomniac).
Some good discussion there. I agree Marston is one of the best characters I've played in a while, and some of those key moments towards the end of the game were really powerful. I love Westerns though. I wonder if many ppl who don't like - or don't watch - old Western movies, still loved RDR?
Guess I need to finally play Red dead Redemption....... Kinda cool to see that despite their different relationship towards games, as in constantly working on them, when it comes to playing they still have the same tastes. Reminds me not to lament the devs for the crappy stuff about the industry.
That was so true when he talked about John Marston's ride home. Was definitely one of the most memorable moments in any game I've played.