Red Dead Redemption 2

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  1. elvis

    elvis Old school old fool

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    Apparently RDR2 runs faster in Linux+WINE than Windows natively (Vulkan port, at least).

     
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    I've been playing this game since launch on PC, and just finished the story line this week. I might have dragged it out a bit because I didn't want it to end.

    I enjoyed the story, although I felt a bit constrained by it at times.
    I was more upset when Arthur's horse died than when Arthur died.

    I thought it was pretty funny that Micah was invincible at the end. I threw two sticks of dynamite right at him and it did nothing.

    I never played the original Red Dead Redemption and I didn't realise that this was a prequel until I searched for alternative endings to the game.

    I think it's kind of strange that the game seems to make a big deal about 'honor', but it makes almost zero difference to the story line.

    I've also picked up RDR 1 for PS3, so I can pick up the story where it left off when I get time to get to it.
     
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    In some ways RDR1 was better, but both very very good.
     
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    Picked this up on sale a while back being 50/50 on it because the whole cowboy gunslinger theme isn’t my thing. No regrets, this game really is a masterpiece. I’ve just started on the epilogue, the last story mission did make me a bit sad. The character development of Arthur is fantastic writing.
     

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