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John Marston shares many similarities with Red Dead Revolver (2004) protagonist, Red Harlow, including the positioning of his facial scars and the notch in his cowboy hat. Both characters share the facial scar similarity with the lead character from the iconic spaghetti western The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976).
The Strange Man:
Ain't this a beautiful spot?
John Marston: Sure. What are you doing here?
The Strange Man: My accounts. I'm an accountant.
John Marston: Is that so?
The Strange Man: In a way.
John Marston: What's your name?
The Strange Man: You know, its the darndest thing, but I can't remember.
John Marston: Tell me your damn name and where you know me from!
The Strange Man: Well, I know you ...
The subtitles for the mission "Flowers for a Lady" say "/rWell, that's very sweet of you" for Jack's line. This was fixed in the Game of the Year Edition.
The Game of the Year Edition censors the intro cutscene to "The Gates of El Presidio", fixes some subtitle errors and adds an additional writing credit for Rupert Humphries, a Hardcore Mode and the previously PS3 exclusive Solomon's Folly gang hideout and Walton's Gang Outfit to the Xbox 360.
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