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Thursday, January 20 2011

Civil Violence in the Old West: 'Red Dead Redemption'

Red Dead Redemption shows us over and over again that the bonds of society do little to quell man’s violent nature. Rather, man’s violent nature shapes the civilizations that we live in, creating a world of constant conflict on a personal and national level.


Thursday, June 10 2010

'Red Dead Redemption' Critiques Turn of the Last Century America

Reminiscent of the tactics of the Man With No Name in Fistful of Dollars, John Marston plays both sides against one another because he is sold on neither position himself. He is an American, not fully committing to idealism or pragmatism.


Wednesday, April 18 2012

'Neuromancer' and The Beauty of Sad Endings

Sometimes, the most satisfying ending is a depressing one.

Sunday, June 27 2010

Moving Pixels Podcast: 'Red Dead Redemption' Part 2

From New Austin to Nuevo Paraiso, we explore the motives and personalities that make up the plot of Rockstar's Red Dead Redemption.

Wednesday, June 23 2010

'Red Dead Redemption': The Perfect Ending Makes You Care

This game tells the part that happens after "The End".

Tuesday, June 22 2010

Moving Pixels Podcast: 'Red Dead Redemption' Part 1

Does this Grand Theft Auto-influenced open world Old West extravaganza live up to its gaming pedigree? Or does it maybe exceed all expectations?

Wednesday, June 16 2010

Character Flaws in 'Red Dead Redemption'

The fake killing is old hat. The helping fake people sell fake medicine to other fake people, for whatever reason, that really got to me.

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