Set in the 1880s, you as a bounty hunter must stop a gang of outlaws from the Wild West. You need to also find and kill the man who murdered your parents in order to avenge them. On your path you will be aided by those willing to help you.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Red (voice) (as Rob Bogue)
Annie / Bargirl / Natalie / Megan (voice)
Buffalo Soldier / Gang Member (voice)
Lloyd Floyd ...
Curly Shaw / Bandit / Sandy Dodge (voice)
Jack Swift / Dapper Dan / Guard (voice)
Shadow Wolf / Chief Running Moon / Duellist (voice)
Sheriff Bartlett / Cowboy (voice)
Sheriff O'Grady / Charger / Union Soldier (voice)
Abigail (voice)
Bad Bessie / Cheryl Lynn / Dancing Girl (voice)
Robert Jimenez ...
Bandit / General Diego (voice)
Bandit / D-Trooper (voice)
Elizabeth Van Meter ...
Bargirl / Cowgirl / Lily Bell Parsons / Tameri (voice)
Barmaid / Dancing Girl / Falling Star / Rachel (voice)
Billy Cougar / Jody / Young Red (voice)

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In the savage, rough and tumble days of the American West, a hard working, homestead family is attacked by desperados, robbed of their possessions, and left for dead. One lone survivor, a boy named Red, is taken in by an Indian man, given a home and taught the ways of survival. Years later, a mysterious gunfighter appears in town and the lawless begin to fear for their lives. The old West will never be the same as Red fights with honor, seeking vengeance on the savage outlaws of the frontier. Written by Anonymous

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At the end of Chapter 16: Jailbreak, you duel three bad guys named Sergio, Ennio, and Eli. Their names are obvious references to Sergio Leone, Ennino Morricone, and Eli Wallach, who directed, scored and starred in a series of spaghetti westerns with Clint Eastwood. See more »


When the Buffalo Soldier tells Governor Griffon that he needs to phone General Boden. The game is set in the 1880s Alexander Graham Bell never invented the telephone until the 1890s. See more »


[Killing his last opponent in a dueling contest]
Mr. Kelly: Congratulations. You came in second.
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References Shoot the Living and Pray for the Dead (1971) See more »

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Spaghetti Western Fantasies come to life
5 September 2005 | by (British Columbia) – See all my reviews

As a kid Sergio Leone's films were a staple part of my viewing. The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, For a Few Dollars More and Fistfull of dollars were what Westerns were all about for me. Red Dead Revolver is kind of like an interactive Spaghetti Western. The game is homage to Leone, Eastwood and the music of Ennio Morricone. One of the great aspects of the game is that you really do have to seek cover in order survive, unlike many first person shooters where you just run, shoot and kill. A friend of mine thought it was stupid that so many of the enemies in the game actually run in up close to fire at you, but what he is forgetting is that pistols at that time were not as accurate as the handguns of today. The weapons do reflect a real degree of accuracy as far as range and damage is concerned. I don't know if Rock Star made a sequel but they should - much more enjoyable than the GTA series.

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