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Hold thy salivation... it's not confirmed yet, but it appears as if a map for Red Dead Redemption 2 might have leaked. The news follows on a previous leak where it was rumored that the game has been in development and is coming to home consoles in August of 2017, next year.
It appears as if we've had a lot of tidbits of leaks and project assessments from reports based on confidential sources at Rockstar. From the sequel to Red Dead Redemption to news about GTA 6, it appears as if big things could be happening at Take-Two Interactive's subsidiary.
A supposedly leaked e-mail from someone close to an ex-employee of Rockstar has let loose some details on the upcoming sequel to Red Dead Redemption. Supposedly the sequel will be called Red Dead Redemption 2: Legends of the West and will release in 2017.
One of the upcoming games as part of the Xbox One's backwards compatibility feature will be Rockstar's Red Dead Redemption. Ahead of the official announcement for the game being added to the list, the game has already leaked early and some people are playing it right now on their Xbox One.
From additional maps and quests to super expensive pieces of horse armor, downloadable content ranges the spectrum. While DLC has generally been accepted as just another part of modern gaming, however, it's not always welcomed by the players with open arms. Sometimes, though, that additional content is well worth the added price of admission.
There are a lot of games out there that get movies that may not necessarily deserve it, from Double Dragon to the Super Mario Bros. However, what if there were 10 classic games that could actually work as a movie that managed to get the Hollywood treatment?
In gaming, stories and character development are usually afterthoughts but in some games they stand at the forefront of what we remember about the game. That's why this list is about some of the more shocking twists in some of our favorite titles.
What would John Marston, the hero of Red Dead Redemption, look like if he was dropped into the world of Grand Theft Auto V? The folks over at GTA Series Videos may have the answer, putting together a pretty clever tribute to the beloved Western-themed game.
Red Dead Redemption earned great sales and reviews in 2010 but Rockstar has yet to announce a sequel. That doesn't mean that Red Dead Redemption 2 isn't in the works, though.
In honor of the new Valentine's Day Massacre Special content for GTA Online, Rockstar is hosting a special weekend event. The festivities will even spill over into older Rockstar games Red Dead Redemption and Max Payne 3.
This fall Rockstar Games might be releasing a four-game bundle featuring some of their current generation releases. The so-called Rockstar Game Collection has popped up on two separate retailer websites.
Nintendo has been trying to enlist third-party publishers to support the upcoming Wii U console with "hardcore" games. At least one major publisher is sitting on the sidelines for now, though: Take-Two Interactive, the parent company of Rockstar Games.
Rockstar San Diego, the studio responsible for the Red Dead and Midnight Club games, is staffing up for a new project. They've put out a call for help on an unknown open-world game.
One MineCraft player has created an extremely impressive tribute to Rockstar Games' Red Dead Redemption. He used the robust construct system of the indie building game to reconstruct two full towns from RDR.
If you're still playing Red Dead Redemption, you've got a chance to make serious progress on your multiplayer rank during this week. Rockstar Games is dialing up the experience points gains for the holidays.