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Red Dead Redemption 2, a petition for… having DLC?

Red Dead Redemption 2 has garnered critical and public acclaim also thanks to its narrative. Still, someone asks for more. Thus was born the petition to ask Rockstar Games to create a DLC ...
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Red Dead Redemption 2 players have launched a petition to pat ...

Rockstar Games has often insisted on realism as one of the founding elements of the varied gaming experience offered by Red Dead Redemption 2, and this theme remains constant from the most heinous deeds to those ...

Here is the second video of Red Dead Redemption 2 gameplay

Rockstar Games has finally released the second video of the Red Dead Redemption 2 gameplay presentation (the first part is here). The video is full of details about the playability of the product: starting from ...

Red Dead Redemption 2 lets Gamestop employees fall asleep

A closed door demonstration of Red Dead Redemption 2 was held for Gamestop employees only in the past few days. It seems that the reactions have been anything but enthusiastic. At the GME Conference of ...

Red Dead Redemption 2 could also arrive on PC

Rockstar was very quiet about the possible arrival of Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC. Fortunately for us, a developer seems to have suggested coming through his LinkedIn profile. The developer previously worked on ...

Pokémon Sword and Shield, tomorrow we will have new official information on Le ...

In the past few hours The Pokémon Company has announced a surprise new mini direct in which new information will be shown about "The ...

AMC's “The Walking Dead” Invades Magic: The Gathering on October 4th

Limited-Edition Secret Lair Collaboration with AMC Coincides with The Walking Dead Special Event and World Beyond Series Premiere Sun., Oct. 4th at 9 / 8c.RENTON, Wash .-- (BUSINESS ...

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