John Marston, former outlaw, is forced by the federal government to hunt down the members of his old gang, the men he used to call friends, in order to reclaim his home and family.

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John Marston (voice)
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Abigail Marston (voice)
Spider Madison ...
Uncle (voice)
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Easter Durden (voice) (as Calvin Winbush)
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Drew MacFarlane (voice)
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James Carroll ...
Norman Deek (voice)
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Seth Briars (voice)
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John Marston is being blackmailed by government lawmen to hunt down his former partners-in-crime. Driven further into the American Southwest, Marston soon finds that Williams has crossed into Mexico, a country in the throes of a civil war. At every turn, Marston must choose whether to side with outlaws or innocents in the crossfire. Written by James Carter Leach II

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18 May 2010 (USA)  »

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Rob Wiethoff would be considered the real life John Marston, because he's owns a farm, and is all about family See more »

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When Jack Marston confronts Agent Ross, he tells him he saw him kill his father, but at the moment John was shot, Jack was at least a mile away from the farm, escaping on horseback with his mother. They turn around and go back after they hear the gunshots, so there was no way Jack could have actually witnessed Ross killing John. See more »

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Irish: I've been working like a beaver on your behalf!
John Marston: You've been working like a weasel on my behalf!
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Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie
Performed by William Elliot Whitmore
(p) 2010 Rockstar Games
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Raising The Bar
7 September 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have spent hundreds of hours immersed in video games. I have played everything from puzzle games to mass-multiplayer online games. I have received crappy grades in school because of video games. I have regretted entire summers spent in front of a TV screen, but now, as I sit at my computer, I reflect on those summers. I picture them now not as summers down the toilet but as summers that are a dark tunnel. A dark tunnel with a light at the end. A light that is the greatest game I have ever played, the climax of my gaming career, Red Dead Redemption. Through unfathomable detail, immense algorithms, and an uncanny amount of testing Rockstar successfully created a masterpiece which raises the bar to a point which I believe can not be reached with the same technology used to create Red Dead Redemption. New technology is needed to create a game that even competes with Red Dead Redemption. After playing Red Dead Redemption I may never feel another game is worth my time.


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