Red Dead Redemption
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Taming a horse... it about half a minute of keeping the balance and then you're the boss.
Added by MAT (57565) on May 07, 2011
When there is something of interest to look at, you can use circle button to focus camera on that something while moving.
Game features night and day cycles, and during nighttime stores will be closed, but saloons and brothels may be busier.
You can rent a room or buy an apartment or land which will serve as resting ground as well point to save or resume game.
Your actions have consequences... you can watch soldiers kill someone, or you can save him and become hunted by the Mexican army.
Auto-aiming feature can be a great help with multiple enemy targets around, you need to holster and aim to reacquire new target every time.
During quick-draw aiming you can mark multiple targets and let the end sequence do the rest for you, plus you can also use rifles as well, but they won't be as fast as revolvers.
Some of the towns are less wild and more futuristic, people will have suits and you'll even get to ride a car, while western parts of the map are still quite wild.
There are various stores to check their wares... weapons, medical supplies, traps, clothes, you can buy pretty much anything one could get during that time period.
Using a mounted gatling gun from a truck against gang of Indians... notice the bullets flying as you constantly fire.
You can whistle pretty much anywhere and your ever-so-loyal horse will appear in galloping out of nowhere.
Life if active in the world, trains and other riders will constantly cross your way... you can also ride trains which may save you some galloping time.