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.
James Carter Leach II
Did You Know?
Red Dead Redemption is considered a spiritual sequel rather than a direct sequel to the popular arcade-shoot'em up, Red Dead Revolver. See more
In the mission "Old Friends, New Problems", when Bonnie is greeted, the subtitles say "Howdy, miss", when the man that greets here says "Ma'am". This was fixed in the Game of the Year Edition. See more
I knew I had heard the name Javier Escuella before. He is from this province. They tell me he was once a notorious bounty hunter, and also one of the early revolutionaries.
That sounds about right.
All before my rebellious urges took hold, of course. I think I was still travelling in Europe at the time. I was living in Madrid with the ambassador's wife.
That sounds about right, as well. Escuella was always a torn man. A cynic who desperately wanted to be a romantic.
Whereas you, John, are a ...
The Game of the Year Edition censors the intro cutscene to "The Gates of El Presidio", fixes some subtitle errors and adds an additional writing credit for Rupert Humphries, a Hardcore Mode and the previously PS3 exclusive Solomon's Folly gang hideout and Walton's Gang Outfit to the Xbox 360. See more
Compass (Red Dead on Arrival Version)
Written by José González
Performed by Jamie Lidell
(uncredited), José González
Published by Songs Publishing (p) 2010 Mute Records See more