Take-Two hint at Red Dead Redemption 2 cowboy sequel

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Red Dead Redemption publisher Take-Two have given the biggest hint yet that a sequel to the critically acclaimed cowboy open-word title could be in the works. Speaking during an investors call last night, CEO Strauss Zelnick stated that his company…

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Red Dead Redemption 2: What we want from the sequel

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Red Dead Redemption is arguably this console generation's finest game. Beautiful to look at with a gut-wrenching, emotionally charged storyline, it thrust you into the dark heart of the Wild West, and made playing the life of an outlaw an…

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CHRISTMAS GIFT GUIDE: Best Xbox 360 games of 2011

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Every cultural phenomenon has its "golden age" and this year Microsoft's Xbox 360 console had its. Tons of great games were released this year, from Xbox exclusives like Gears of War 3 to multi-platform brain teasers like Portal 2. One…

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Rockstar Films trademark suggest GTA and Red Dead Redemption movies are due

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A recently uncovered trademark filing for Rockstar Films suggests that movie adaptations of Rockstar Games' biggest hits, including Grand Theft Auto, Red Dead Redemption and LA Noire, may be making their way to the silver screen. Though a trademark for…

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GALLERY: LA Noire and the uncanny beauty of MotionScan

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Though far from being a perfect game (as you'll discover from reading our full review) LA Noire is without doubt as good looking as a sultry Hollywood femme fatale. From the superb art direction that sees LA circa. 1947 vibrantly…

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REVIEW: LA Noire (PS3, Xbox 360)

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Played from the perspective of the law-makers rather than the law-breakers, Rockstar's latest epic is a far cry from the destructive hi-jinks of the Grand Theft Auto series. But is LA Noire a "hardboiled thriller", or more like a hardboiled egg?

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