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    I picked up an XBOX One as a gift to myself a few months ago. Glad to see my profile still worked!
    I've got an Xbox one, but I'm holding out for a PC release. I'm not going to double dip and I'd rather have the game on PC.

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    trying to get back into gaming myself and am interested in the Red Dead game. I really like Grand theft Auto, I am playing GTA5 right now, but it's not the same experience I had with Vice City which I loved

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroncoNut View Post
    trying to get back into gaming myself and am interested in the Red Dead game. I really like Grand theft Auto, I am playing GTA5 right now, but it's not the same experience I had with Vice City which I loved
    It's funny, speaking of GTA5, I started playing American Truck Simulator (Don't knock it, it's far more fun than you would assume) It's in california and everything is modeled off california roads. I keep driving through areas that I recognize from playing GTA5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroncoNut View Post
    trying to get back into gaming myself and am interested in the Red Dead game. I really like Grand theft Auto, I am playing GTA5 right now, but it's not the same experience I had with Vice City which I loved
    I think thw voiceover by Ray Liotta made that game alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroncoNut View Post
    trying to get back into gaming myself and am interested in the Red Dead game. I really like Grand theft Auto, I am playing GTA5 right now, but it's not the same experience I had with Vice City which I loved
    What little time with Red Dead I've played, I like, but I must admit after decades of first person shooters, it's a different mindset. It's slow moving, moving around on a horse. Trudging through snow tracking a deer or looking at some injured bozo on a cliff. I'm sure there will be times where there is a lot of action, but in between, it's kind of slow moving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroncoNut View Post
    trying to get back into gaming myself and am interested in the Red Dead game. I really like Grand theft Auto, I am playing GTA5 right now, but it's not the same experience I had with Vice City which I loved
    Vice City is a gem.
    I wish they would remaster it for the PS4.
    I still play it once in a while on my old original fatboy PS3 (those still have the backward compatibility for PS2).
    Driving around listening to great 80's tunes and running over pedestrians...doesn't get any better than that...;-)

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    This game is like living my dream life

    Only an hour or so in, but those train drivers.... You know I killed their sorry ass

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    I feel like an old fuddy duddy, but this open world stuff blows my mind. I came off the mountain and then, think I missed some stuff in the prologue, because once we were in camp and the 2-3 weeks passed, I wasn't sure what to do. I walked around camp, rode into town, came back, went to sleep. Then I walked over to the U on the map and woke up Uncle and it seemed like that was a mission, so I think that's the thing I had missed during the prologue, where they told me something about the little map when I wasn't paying attention.

    So, anytime there is a U or S or whatever on the small map, does that mean you are supposed to go check it out and talk to that person?

    At this point, is this all pretty much free form, or still part of the guided area? MS, is this where you said to get the bigger tent and you went hunting for pelts for money? How did you get the bigger tent?

    I'm old and need some guidance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tned View Post
    I feel like an old fuddy duddy, but this open world stuff blows my mind. I came off the mountain and then, think I missed some stuff in the prologue, because once we were in camp and the 2-3 weeks passed, I wasn't sure what to do. I walked around camp, rode into town, came back, went to sleep. Then I walked over to the U on the map and woke up Uncle and it seemed like that was a mission, so I think that's the thing I had missed during the prologue, where they told me something about the little map when I wasn't paying attention.

    So, anytime there is a U or S or whatever on the small map, does that mean you are supposed to go check it out and talk to that person?

    At this point, is this all pretty much free form, or still part of the guided area? MS, is this where you said to get the bigger tent and you went hunting for pelts for money? How did you get the bigger tent?

    I'm old and need some guidance.
    Lots of the story opens up when you get to the town of Valentine but I think you are about here in the story: https://www.ign.com/wikis/red-dead-r...Eastward_Bound

    When in doubt, check your journal or just mount up and ride to the highlighted icons on the map to trigger side quests and main missions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tned View Post
    I feel like an old fuddy duddy, but this open world stuff blows my mind. I came off the mountain and then, think I missed some stuff in the prologue, because once we were in camp and the 2-3 weeks passed, I wasn't sure what to do. I walked around camp, rode into town, came back, went to sleep. Then I walked over to the U on the map and woke up Uncle and it seemed like that was a mission, so I think that's the thing I had missed during the prologue, where they told me something about the little map when I wasn't paying attention.

    So, anytime there is a U or S or whatever on the small map, does that mean you are supposed to go check it out and talk to that person?

    At this point, is this all pretty much free form, or still part of the guided area? MS, is this where you said to get the bigger tent and you went hunting for pelts for money? How did you get the bigger tent?

    I'm old and need some guidance.
    http://reddead.wikia.com/wiki/Missions_in_Redemption_II
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    Is this game similar to Skyrim?

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    Is it important to complete all the small side missions before going on to another main mission? I've done some of, but not all of, the side missions in four major missions: Exit pursued by a bruised ego, polite society, Americans at rest and money lending and other sins.

    Also, can you have more than one long gun? I came across a double barrel shotgun hanging on a mantle, but would have to drop my carbine, which seemed like the better weapon for longer range gun fights.

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    This game is amazing! Not going to lie, I did the gold bar duplication glitch so I wouldnt have to worry about money. Otherwise it is too grindy and my bounties pile up fast.

    Im almost done with chapter 4.


    I recommend getting the Arabian race horse. You can steal it for free in the snowy mountains or wait until chapter 4 and buy it for $1050. Best horse in the game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tned View Post
    Is it important to complete all the small side missions before going on to another main mission? I've done some of, but not all of, the side missions in four major missions: Exit pursued by a bruised ego, polite society, Americans at rest and money lending and other sins.

    Also, can you have more than one long gun? I came across a double barrel shotgun hanging on a mantle, but would have to drop my carbine, which seemed like the better weapon for longer range gun fights.
    I haven't played this one, but in the first RDR you basically could play the whole game without doing any of the side missions. The letters that you described earlier were the main storyline missions.

    In the last game you could also keep several different kinds of guns, but I don't know what has changed and what hasn't.
    The world is a fine place and worth fighting for.
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    Unlocked fishing. So after the mission I found a lake, and a guy rowing around in a boat. I wanted that boat. So I shot the guy and took the boat, but another guy fishing from shore saw me do it and tried to turn me in.....so I hog tied him, threw him on the back of my horse and took the horse out for a swim. I laughed as the poor guy on the back of the horse struggled to breathe and almost drown. Thinking I had made my point i returned to shore and cut the guy loose. He hit me right in the skull knocking my hat off. So I hog tied him again, threw him in the boat, rowed to the middle of the lake and threw him in....he screamed for mercy between gargles and drown. I smiled and proceeded to catch some trout.

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