By: Nicholas Glowka

Arthur Morgan, the main protagonist of Red Dead Redemption II. https://www.gamingpark.it/1110/red-dead-redemption-2-non-dipendera-dal-primo/

WALESKA, Ga. – 2018 was an exciting year for gaming in both good ways and bad ways. But I’d say the good far outweigh the bad’s. Rockstar games surprised the world with Red Redemption II. The first 72 hours Red Dead Redemption II was available for purchase it sold over $720,000,000 worth of copies according to, Tom Chapman from Screenrant.com, Rockstar’s masterpiece shook the world with its magnitude. It is a massive free roam shooter. The game takes place in 1899 and you play as Arthur Morgan – an orphan from New York who was taken in and raised by his mentor and gang leader, Dutch Van Der Linde. As the game begins you’re with the gang as Arthur and the goal is to provide resources and help out their fellow members. Throughout the game you will realize why Arthur Morgan has been decided to be the best protagonist from any Rockstar video game. Saying Arthur is the best is saying a lot because Rockstar takes pride in their character development as well as storytelling. Red Dead Redemption II does this in a completely different way by having pre-existing characters from the first game which we all know and either love or hate.

Micah Bell and Bill Williamson Photo Credits: www.polygon.com

This time around a new protagonist was added but instead of him feeling foreign you almost immediately become attached and care about the well being of Mr. Morgan. As the story arc develops Arthur becomes more of a free-spirited leader and begins to do what is right instead of doing what he is blindly told, by Dutch. As usual Rockstar finds a way to also make us hate someone with a burning passion. Micah Bell, the ruthless outlaw that claims to be loyal to the gang but is only loyal to himself. Micah Bell, is the perfect bad guy. He is a crazy lunatic that makes the game that much better. Feeling a hatred towards Micah Bell is okay and never feel bad about it!

Red Dead Redemption II was based off of Rockstar’s first hit which was Red Dead Redemption. RDR I was a groundbreaking game. It was the first game to successfully make a open world western. The first game takes place in 1911 and you play as a familiar character, John Marston. In the first game you are spending your time trying to get redemption for what took place before the gang broke apart. That is why Red Dead Redemption II is a masterpiece because it answers all of the questions the first game left you with. Overall Rockstar does a phenomenal job with their games, but Red Dead Redemption II is in a whole other league of games. Thousands of hours went into making this masterpiece and if you haven’t experienced it yet, do so.

Two-thousand and eighteen was an exciting year for gaming in both good ways and bad ways. The good ones outweigh the bad ones, for sure. Rockstar games surprised the world with Red Dead Redemption II.. Rockstar’s masterpiece shook the world with its magnitude. It is a massive free roam shooter. The game takes place in 1899, and you play as Arthur Morgan. An orphan from New York who was taken in and raised by his mentor and gang leader, Dutch Van Der Linde. As the game starts, you’re with the gang as Arthur and the goal is to provide resources and help out their fellow members. Throughout the game, you will realize why Arthur Morgan has been decided to be the best protagonist from any Rockstar video game. Saying Arthur is the best is saying a lot because Rockstar takes pride in their character development as well as storytelling. Red Dead Redemption II does this in a completely different way by having pre-existing characters from the first game which we all know and either love or hate.

 

This time around a new protagonist was added, but instead of him feeling foreign you almost immediately become attached and care about the well-being of Mr. Morgan. As the story arc develops, Arthur becomes more of a free-spirited leader and begins to do what’s  right instead of doing what he is blindly told, by Dutch. As usual, Rockstar finds a way to also make us hate someone with a burning passion. Micah Bell, the ruthless outlaw that claims to be loyal to the gang but is only loyal to himself. Micah Bell is the perfect bad guy. He is a crazy lunatic that makes the game that much better. Feeling a hatred towards Micah Bell is okay and never feel bad about it!

Red Dead Redemption II was based off of Rockstar’s first hit which was Red Dead Redemption – which was a groundbreaking game. It was the first game to successfully make an open world western. The first game takes place in 1911 and you play as a familiar character, John Marston, spending your time trying to get redemption for what took place before the gang broke apart. That’s why Red Dead Redemption II is a masterpiece because it answers all of the questions the first game left players with. Overall Rockstar does a phenomenal job with their games, but Red Dead Redemption II is in a whole other league of games. Thousands of hours went into making this masterpiece and if you haven’t experienced it yet, do so.

The one and only John Marston. Photo Credits: www.yahoo.com

Red Dead Redemption is an endless adventure. The story can take over 100 hours of gameplay to achieve 100%, which seems like a lot until you begin playing the game. In the expansive and immersive world, there are 5 states. Playing Red Dead Redemption, you get to venture to New Hanover, West Elizabeth, Lemoyne, New Austin, and Big Valley. Players will get lost while traveling this expansive free roam game. Not only is Red Dead Redemption II amazing because of its sheer size but also its detail that makes it such a great gaming experience. There are over 200 species of wildlife throughout the game so any animal you can think of for the area is there plus some more.


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