Rockstar's 2010 hit Red Dead Redemption, and its subsequent follow-up Red Dead Redemption 2, are among the most well-respected western stories ever brought to a gaming screen.
The action-adventure titles took players all across a fictionalized Wild West, surviving scrapes with government forces, handling rival gangs, and trying to thrive in the cutthroat world of cowboys and gunfights.
The 2010 game may have been a runaway hit, but it was really Red Dead Redemption 2 that elevated the franchise into something truly special, with its breathtaking vistas, interactive open world, and its balance of exciting heists with more somber moments of storytelling.Red Dead Redemption 2 was highly anticipated before its launch, but even diehard fans of the franchise were blown away by the game.
One of its most memorable aspects among the engaging action and impressive visuals was its narrative. It set the bar for expansive storytelling, giving players an affecting and often unbearably sad tale in a world that was itself going through tumultuous changes.Read more on gamerant.com