Red Dead Revolver (2004)

Video Game   |  Action, Adventure, Drama

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Set in the 1880s, you as a bounty hunter must stop a gang of outlaws from the Wild West. You need to also find and kill the man who murdered your parents in order to avenge them. On your path you will be aided by those willing to help you.


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27 October 2018 | Hollywood_Yoda
| Multiplayer is the Best Part
After you've played the story mode for a while and unlock more characters, you'll be ready to take on the multiplayer modes. Honestly, the multiplayer modes in Red Dead Revolver are some of the best in the series. It's up to four player and you can take on a shootout with your friends or quickdraw. The levels are okay, but could have been more interactive, even in 2004.

The story mode is linear, and there is no open world like in the sequels. For the period the game was released and the systems it was released, open world would have been a challenge. The graphics were high quality at the time of release and the game play was great. The weaponry you have to choose from is pretty good in multiplayer, and you must buy new weapons and upgrade in game for story mode.

Red Dead Revolver was, for some gamers, the spiritual successor to the Super Nintendo's Sunset Riders from the 1990s. It's a great game, but not for kids under 13, at least.

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4 May 2004



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