Breaking Down The Red Dead Redemption II Story Trailer

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Breaking Down The Red Dead Redemption II Story Trailer

The story trailer Rockstar dropped today is filled with details about Red Dead Redemption II. Beyond the gorgeous visuals and lifelike characters, it also raises some serious questions about the game's timeline and characters. We combed through the trailer several times and racked our brains to come up with theories about where this highly anticipated sequel is taking players. Read on for our insights and speculation.

Introducing Arthur MorganThis outlaw appears to be a central character in the sequel, as he's appeared in both trailers to this point. Judging by the story beats in this trailer, Morgan is an undocumented agent of Dutch van der Linde who seems to be an independent operative. He tracks down debts and seems more menacing than Marston ever was, issuing threats to the first two people we see him interact with in the trailer. He mentions the gang has lawmen after them in three different states, confirming this is a territory-hopping adventure. It still remains unclear whether Morgan is the lone playable character or if Rockstar will have multiple protagonists as in Grand Theft Auto V. 

Breaking Down The Red Dead Redemption II Story Trailer

about X hours ago from
Breaking Down The Red Dead Redemption II Story Trailer

The story trailer Rockstar dropped today is filled with details about Red Dead Redemption II. Beyond the gorgeous visuals and lifelike characters, it also raises some serious questions about the game's timeline and characters. We combed through the trailer several times and racked our brains to come up with theories about where this highly anticipated sequel is taking players. Read on for our insights and speculation.

Introducing Arthur MorganThis outlaw appears to be a central character in the sequel, as he's appeared in both trailers to this point. Judging by the story beats in this trailer, Morgan is an undocumented agent of Dutch van der Linde who seems to be an independent operative. He tracks down debts and seems more menacing than Marston ever was, issuing threats to the first two people we see him interact with in the trailer. He mentions the gang has lawmen after them in three different states, confirming this is a territory-hopping adventure. It still remains unclear whether Morgan is the lone playable character or if Rockstar will have multiple protagonists as in Grand Theft Auto V. 

New Red Dead Redemption II Trailer Confirms Prequel Setting

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New Red Dead Redemption II Trailer Confirms Prequel Setting

Last October, Rockstar finally shared a trailer that gave us a glimpse of the gorgeous vistas awaiting players in Red Dead Redemption II. Nearly a year (and a delay) later, we finally have an idea of what's at stake in the new Western. 

The trailer features an outlaw named Morgan, a female character, and a familiar face in Dutch van der Linde, the leader of John Marston's former gang and one of the men on Marston's kill list in Red Dead Redemption.  

Watch the trailer here:

New Red Dead Redemption II Trailer Confirms Prequel Setting

about X hours ago from
New Red Dead Redemption II Trailer Confirms Prequel Setting

Last October, Rockstar finally shared a trailer that gave us a glimpse of the gorgeous vistas awaiting players in Red Dead Redemption II. Nearly a year (and a delay) later, we finally have an idea of what's at stake in the new Western. 

As we guessed from the first trailer, at least some of RDR II is a prequel. The trailer features an outlaw named Arthur Morgan, a female character (is that Bonnie?), and a familiar face in Dutch van der Linde, the leader of John Marston's former gang and one of the men on Marston's kill list in Red Dead Redemption. You also see another deceased person from Dutch's gang, Bill Williamson, in the background of the train robbery scene. 

Watch the trailer here:

New Red Dead Redemption II Trailer Confirms Prequel Setting

about X hours ago from
New Red Dead Redemption II Trailer Confirms Prequel Setting

Last October, Rockstar finally shared a trailer that gave us a glimpse of the gorgeous vistas awaiting players in Red Dead Redemption II. Nearly a year (and a delay) later, we finally have an idea of what's at stake in the new Western. 

As we guessed from the first trailer, at least some of RDR II is a prequel. The trailer features an outlaw named Arthur Morgan, a female character (is that Bonnie?), and a familiar face in Dutch van der Linde, the leader of John Marston's former gang and one of the men on Marston's kill list in Red Dead Redemption. You also see another deceased person from Dutch's gang, Bill Williamson, in the background of the train robbery scene. 

Watch the trailer here:

Dogs Also Have A Home In Swery's The Good Life

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Dogs Also Have A Home In Swery's The Good Life

Developer Swery has just announced that dogs are also coming to his Fig-based crowdfunded project The Good Life, meaning you can choose between turning into a cat or a dog at night while investigating the mysteries of Rainy Woods.

Not only does main character Naomi and the rest of the town turn into dogs at night in this newly announced version, but as a dog Naomi enjoys the ability to dig holes and follow scent trails. If you get the cats version she can climb up to high places and get into tight spaces.

The versions also differ in that they include some of their own items and possible unique story beats. However, the two are compatible with each other via online multiplayer.

Dogs Also Have A Home In Swery's The Good Life

about X hours ago from
Dogs Also Have A Home In Swery's The Good Life

Developer Swery has just announced that dogs are also coming to his Fig-based crowdfunded project The Good Life, meaning you can choose between turning into a cat or a dog at night while investigating the mysteries of Rainy Woods.

Not only does main character Naomi and the rest of the town turn into dogs at night in this newly announced version, but as a dog Naomi enjoys the ability to dig holes and follow scent trails. If you get the cats version she can climb up to high places and get into tight spaces.

The versions also differ in that they include some of their own items and possible unique story beats. However, the two are compatible with each other via online multiplayer.

Sonic Hedges His Bets On A Classic Casino Level

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Sonic Hedges His Bets On A Classic Casino Level

Coins, so many coins!

In a gameplay trailer released today, Sega showcases a new casino-themed stage from the upcoming Sonic Forces. Casino Forest, a nod to Sonic the Hedgehog 2's classic Casino Night Zone, is full of bright colors, pinball flippers, slot machines with Sonic's mug plastered all over them, and of course lots of coins.

With most people still riding high on retro Sonic mania, the trailer shows off the game's 2.5D side-scrolling, one half of a split-perspective approach to gameplay that will also feature 3D platforming.

Sonic Hedges His Bets On A Classic Casino Level

about X hours ago from
Sonic Hedges His Bets On A Classic Casino Level

Coins, so many coins!

In a gameplay trailer released today, Sega showcases a new casino-themed stage from the upcoming Sonic Forces. Casino Forest, a nod to Sonic the Hedgehog 2's classic Casino Night Zone, is full of bright colors, pinball flippers, slot machines with Sonic's mug plastered all over them, and of course lots of coins.

With most people still riding high on retro Sonic mania, the trailer shows off the game's 2.5D side-scrolling, one half of a split-perspective approach to gameplay that will also feature 3D platforming.

Inhumans Assemble In Wacky New Trailer

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Inhumans Assemble In Wacky New Trailer

Are you an Inhumans fan? Do characters like Black Bolt, Medusa, and Lockjaw fill your every waking moment? Does anyone have any idea what you're on about? Regardless of your answers to those important questions, Warner Interactive and TT Games have released a new trailer for Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 that focuses on – yep – the Inhumans.

Even if you aren't familiar with this lesser-known superhero crew, you'll be at home if you've ever played or seen a Lego game. In addition to showing off some of the time-traveling storyline's high drama, you get shots of characters blow-drying their hair and, in the case of Lockjaw, napping. 

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