So, how is this game? I'm well aware that it's completely different from Red Dead Redemption, but I've always been curious to check out Revolver regardless. What kind of game is this, exactly? Does it hold up?
You are correct; from Capcom I believe, but my understanding is they basically revamped everything. You can see some Japanese influence with the over-the-top ideas (I always suspected that the carnival was leftover), but a lot of it was the PS2/Xbox era Rockstar at it's finest.
Yep, I'll triple dip. Amazing game, even better multiplayer. Best fun split screen deathmatch mode since Goldeneye and bot characters make things even better. Only two things are annoying: Unlocking every character is one tough job and Jack Swift. My god, please shut up, Jack.
Oh man. In my hearts of hearts i still believe we will get RDRR.
Since im without PS4 i downloaded RDR for replay after im done with Call of Juarez. The when i get Pro ill play Revolver. Damn it all the thirst for westerns is real, watched some old Clint Eastwood movies on Netflix and rewatched Tombstone again
The instrumental version of the "His Name was King" theme song in the intro of this game is so good. I searched for this track forever with no luck, so I was really happy when Tarantino used the vocal version in Django Unchained and the original soundtrack became way easier to find.
While I think Redemption is a better game overall, I still prefer the overall style and vibe of Revolver to this day.
It's abit glitchy at times,
Kept Shooting even though i've stopped (rather that, than not shooting at all...yeah,lol), and on a train level wouldn't jump/crouch when want too and being stuck to walls/boxes.
..still love it though,lol, and better than nothing.