enter the wild wild west in this great western advenger
9 August 2012
Summary: this is a great western game made by rockstar,the story takes place in the wild west (of course) you play as red harlin a young man that lives on a small ranch with his mother and father.the father whent away on a trip and came back a few weeks later and red and his mother ran,greeted him,and hugged him,he broght back a pistol 2 of a kind he said.he gave red his old pistol and red whent dow to a little area dow by the lake to shoot some targets,but all of a sudden some...
A western shooter which has flaws, but is still fun
27 April 2011
Summary: Fans of classic westerns and gunslinger flicks will appreciate how faithful this game is to its source material, but as far as gameplay and story goes, Red Dead Revolver barely rises above being an average third-person shooter and provides just enough bloody mayhem that will appeal to even other gamers who are simply casual fans of gunslinging (like me).
Summary: There have been very few, if any, video games that are set in the wild, wild west. Rockstar Games, an awesome company, should be given credit for attempting to go where few other companies have ever gone. Red Dead Revolver is a good western video game I suppose, but perhaps video games simply weren't meant to be set in the old west. In this age of special operations and counterterrorist video games, Red Dead Revolver can not truly compete.
Summary: ...but it does not come without flaws. For those of you who don't know, Red Dead Revolver is Rockstar's first attempt at a western-themed game. The game has a great presentation, terrific sound, and amazing gameplay. However, in many cases, its flaws outweigh its good spots. Of course, you can't notice it at first, but this game is brutally short. If you are familiar with this genre, you can breeze through it in about 5 or 6 hours. And I thought Max Payne 2 was short!
Summary: This game takes place in a third person camra angle. The game plays a lot like Max Payne or The Matrix. Compared to the GTA series this game has bearly any gore. Basicly you go stage to stage killing enemys and progressing the the next place. You get a score at the end of every stage and you can win stuff that you can ply in other modes. The first time through the games isn't that hard to regular gamers.
Summary: First off, I think a lot of people are expecting Rockstar to keep putting out Grand Theft Auto every single time they release a game. Not exactly fair, but that shows you just how good those games are. If you are looking for a solid western "shoot em up" game, then you should enjoy Red Dead Revolver. You play (mainly) as Red, a quiet yet lethal gunfighter whose family was slaughtered in front of him.
Summary: Red Dead Revolver is a fun game. The controls are medicore requiring the use of both analog sticks on the controller, similar to Halo. Also, keep those index fingers flexed. You'll have to use the L1, R1, and R2 while running amongst a hail of gunfire dodging objects with the left stick while aiming with the right stick. The graphics are ok, but become a little blurred after a few feet and blur worse with distance, no that isn't your TV.
Summary: This is a FUN game!!! If you like spaghetti westerns, you will probably like this game. The graphics are done in a cartoon style instead of a realistic style. At first, I was put off by this, but the style grew on me as I played. You play the game primarily as Red, a bounty hunter, but you also get to play as other characters, which keeps the game fresh and fun.