Much like the pace of life at the turn of the 20th century, my time with Red Dead Redemption II has been slow but steady. Over on Virtual Bastion, I recently gave this update on how things have been going with Arthur Morgan and his merry band of outlaws.
It’s been seventy-seven days since Red Dead Redemption II was released, and one would likely gather that seventy-seven days would provide more than enough time in which to finish the game. Alas, in the case of my overly-saturated schedule between Halloween and New Year’s Day, one would be heartily wrong. That said, I am officially halfway done with the game, so that’s got to count for something. Maybe. With RDRII, it’s a little hard to tell.
With this midway update, allow me to return to something I said in my first impressions post, paraphrased as RDRII is not a fun game, but it’s a fascinating one. Does this still hold true? More so than ever! In fact, at this point, the game is so much less fun to play, it’s almost hard for me to wrap my head around just how enthrallingly mad its story is. I remain curious…
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