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Amidst the decline of the Wild West at the turn of the 19th century, outlaw Arthur Morgan and his gang struggle to cope with the loss of their way of life.
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Benjamin Byron Davis ... Dutch van der Linde
Roger Clark ... Arthur Morgan
Rob Wiethoff ... John Marston
Cali Elizabeth Moore ... Abigail Roberts
Steve J. Palmer ... Bill Williamson (as Steven J. Palmer)
Noshir Dalal ... Charles Smith
Curzon Dobell ... Hosea Matthews
Marissa Buccianti ... Jack Marston (voice)
Ted Sutherland ... Jack Marston
Gabriel Sloyer ... Javier Escuella
Stephen Gevedon ... Josiah Trelawny
Jo Armeniox ... Karen Jones
Pico Alexander ... Kieran Duffy
Harron Atkins ... Lenny Summers
Howard Pinhasik ... Leopold Strauss

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The year is 1899. The era of the Wild West is beginning to come to an end as the federal government asserts its control over the lawless territories. Realizing their fortunes are fading, the notorious Van der Linde gang led by Dutch plots one last major bank robbery that could set them for life. However, the heist goes awry with several gang members dead or captured; the gang is forced to flee across the country with the law pursuing them. Undeterred, Dutch hopes to pull off one last heist and flee the country. However, each scheme ends in failure in one way or another. Dutch's most trusted lieutenant, Arthur Morgan, sees his loyalty to the gang put to the test as he is forced to come to terms with the changing times. Written by Sam

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If a player takes their male horse to a cold area, its testicles will shrink due to the cold temperatures. See more »

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Dutch's horse, The Count, is said to be an Albino Arabian Stallion. In real life, horses cannot carry true albinism due to Lethal White Syndrome. Albino horses are born with non-functioning colons and die within a few days of birth. See more »

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Dutch van der Linde: [preparing to go and rescue Sean] Charles, go find out what you can, carefully. Josiah, take Javier. Arthur, go get yourself cleaned up and join them when you're ready.
Bill Williamson: What about me?
Dutch van der Linde: Well, exactly, what about YOU?
Bill Williamson: What does that mean?
Dutch van der Linde: Ah, Bill. Come on.
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Referenced in Monkey in the Morning: Gassing the Children (2018) See more »

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Crash of Worlds (Low)
Rocco DeLuca
Written by Rocco DeLuca
Published by Aunt Dolly Music (BMI)
Rocco DeLuca - Vocal/Guitar/Slide Guitar
Daniel Lanois - Vocal/Organ/Guitar
Cyril Neville - Vocal
Daryl Johnson - Vocal
Joseph Maize - Vocal
Darryl Hatcher - Vocal
David Scott - Bass
Courtesy of Rockstar Games, Inc.
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Best game Ive ever played
8 September 2019 | by perkey408See all my reviews

This game is nearly perfect in every way. Graphics are gorgeous, from ever muscle in the horses as they move, to every blade of grass. The attention to detail is absolutely crazy. Walking in town you may see 2 dogs playing. Fishing? You might look across the river and see a grizzly grabbing his dinner. Its the tiny details like this that add zero to the game, but helps immerse you in the world of Arthur. The story is fantastic. It has touching moments, humor, suspense. If you had someone watching as you play the game, I can almost guarantee they'll want to know what happens next. The characters are multi-dimensional. Almost no one is completely evil or completely good. They are each layered and the most honest adaptation of people Ive ever seen in a game. The acting is absolutely the best of any game, hands down. Thats one thing that will ruin a great game for me, if the voice acting is lazy and uninspired. The actors in this game are the best, from Arthur to a minor character you might meet once, to a background character in the saloon. The gameplay? Wow. Smooth as can be. Sure there are some glitches here and there but for a game this size there are shockingly few. I can see why we had to wait nearly 10 years for this. Its a masterpiece. Rockstar earned every penny of the $100 I paid for this. I keep hoping for DLC, another chapter, anything for storymode. Even another Nightmare game would be welcomed.


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