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How many copies will Red Dead Redemption sell in the US in May?
(05/2/10 - 05/29/10)

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PublisherRockstar StudioRockstar San Diego GenreShooter
Release Dates05/21/10TBA05/21/10TBA

Developed using Rockstar's proprietary RAGE engine, the sequel to 2004's Red Dead Revolver promises an open-world complete with "strong plotlines in a massive vibrant, rural environment" when it pulls into town this fall for both the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

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Read Dead Redemption: GOTY

industrygamers - December 12, 2010

Submitted by zeromous (878) at 1:28PM PST on December 15, 2010

Read Dead Redemption likely to receive another sales boost after receiving Game of the Year honors at the Spike VGAs
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Red Dead Redemption: Once Upon a Time in the West

IGN - February 26, 2010

Submitted by Wayne (312) at 9:50AM PST on February 26, 2010

Red Dead Redemption's a Western – the dusty savannahs, half-cocked Stetsons and wild horses should have alerted you to that fact by now – but it's by no means a traditional one. Whereas its predecessor, Red Dead Revolver, painted a caricature of the narratives established by the likes of Sergio Leone, Redemption – as its title suggests – is a more solemn affair, telling of the fall of the Old West and the rise of the forces that would go on to shape contemporary America
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the Fight to Correct American Morality

Andrew Hiscock - November 26, 2010

Submitted by apprentice (704) at 12:16AM PST on December 2, 2010

Red Dead Redemption, Maury Povich, and the Fight to Correct American Morality
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Red Dead Redemption Delayed

Gamasutra - May 26, 2009

Submitted by PhilHarrision (424) at 5:16PM PST on May 26, 2009

From Take Two's meeting today: As it reports heavy losses for the quarter, the publisher is shifting Mafia II and Red Dead Redemption into the first half of fiscal 2010, citing the need for more development time and the benefit of a better release window for market performance. "We have a pretty stern policy at Take-Two about serving no wine before its time," said company president Ben Feder on Take-Two's results call to analysts.
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