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This week in our Red Dead Redemption adventure, we're mopping up the final stranger missions, starting with the mission Daedalus and Son. In this mission we must help an amateur aviator named Charles Kinnear finish his flying machine by collecting a bunch of animal parts and red sage. The Wright Brothers had been flying planes for about six years at this point in history, but we haven't the heart to tell him.
It's Halloweek, so we're taking a break from our regularly scheduled Marston Mondays to bring you a spooky special in which we play Undead Nightmare, Red Dead Redemption's standalone zombie spinoff. Expect family strife, sasquatches and hordes of the ravenous undead in this Undead Nightmare gameplay.
Today in our adventures in Red Dead Redemption, we aim to become master hunters by knifing two cougars to death with our melee knife, then collecting their pelts. You'd think a master hunter would shoot them from a distance rather than get within slashing range of their terrible claws, but here we are. If we die, Horson gets all our stuff.
Our John Marston tries to do good at every opportunity because a key part of redemption is changing your ways. But Red Dead Redemption doesn't make it easy, when our attempted good deeds go awry in a this week's stranger missions.
Our quest to achieve 100 percent completion in Red Dead Redemption rolls on this week with two stranger missions. In these we mule drugs for a weird racist, and gather flowers for a man's unseen but definitely still alive wife of 50 years. What could go wrong?
The recent Red Dead Redemption 2 trailer introduced Arthur Morgan, the somewhat sinister presumable protagonist of the Red Dead Redemption prequel who menaces people for money. If Dutch's gang is exclusively populated with jerks such as Arthur though, at least they have options for recruiting new blood; there are several games with excellent gunslinger characters they could bring on board, as we find in Show of the Week.
Now we have our family back in Red Dead Redemption, I suppose we should spend some time with it, and not just because we're already halfway through a Jack mission and the game won't let us carry on until that's completed. So join us as we ride out with Jack to procure some new cattle for the Marston ranch, then afterwards ride off to Mexico to do weird stranger missions as soon as the game will let us.
This week in Red Dead Redemption we head to Cochinay to finally take out Dutch so we can get our family back. We've just remembered that family also includes old-timey prospector character Uncle but it's too late to back out now, the mission's already started.
Back in Red Dead Redemption's Blackwater, the net is closing on Dutch Van Der Linde, mostly thanks to his habit of standing in the middle of the street late at night shouting at people's windows. Before we take down Dutch, though, there's the little matter of our uncompleted drunksmanship challenge.
This week in our ongoing Red Dead Redemption replay, we take a break from the main storyline to do some "Stranger" side missions. If anyone asks, that's how we ended up blackmailing a politician with sexy photos, kicking an old guy off his land, and chatting to a possible ghost bride about her definitely still alive husband.
After all the trouble we had trying to find Bill Williamson and Javier Escuella down in Mexico, it comes as a pleasant surprise that our final target, Dutch Van der Linde, is apparently perfectly happy to come to us, choosing to attempt to rob a bank in Blackwater, directly opposite the building we go to to get yelled at by the FBI. Will we catch him in the act? Tune in to find out!
Now we're hot on the trail of Dutch in a race against the clock to save our family, we thought it would be the perfect time to wander off an do some of Red Dead Redemption's sharpshooting challenges. This week, we kill bears with a single shot, shoot hats off heads, and disarm our many enemies. Will we achieve the coveted rank of Legendary Sharpshooter? Watch on to find out.
We've finally made it to Blackwater in Red Dead Redemption, which means we're hot on the tail of our old gang leader Dutch Van der Linde. Or, as hot on the tail as you can be of anything in Red Dead Redemption, which means we're first off to investigate a haunted boat. Still, we do catch a glimpse of our quarry in today's second mission, which is great, right up until the point where he shoots us.
After all the gatling gun train missions down in old Mexico, we finally catch up to our old gang mates Bill Williamson and Javier Escuella. Will we show mercy or shoot them in the crotch as many times as our current dead eye level will allow? Watch and find out!
It's Marston Monday and we're still in Mexico in Red Dead Redemption. Our patience for John's tolerance of the army is starting to wear thin, what with Coronel Allende kidnapping a bunch more women and cackling about how he's going to kill their families. On the plus side, Allende says he's captured Williamson and Escuella for us and has them tied up in a church in Chuparosa. Watch on to discover if that is the trap it most definitely sounds like.
In contrast to last week's adventures in Mexico spent helping out the rebels, this week's Marston Monday sees us take the side of the army. This is a decision we immediately regret when said army starts executing people with firing squads and burning down villages. Let's hope Luisa doesn't find out.
Marston Monday returns! We continue our adventures south of the border, flitting between helping out the Mexican army and helping the rebels as the mood takes us. This week we're on the side of the rebellion as we ride to the aid of Luisa, who needs her jerk boyfriend and revolutionary leader Abraham Reyes rescued from an army firing squad. By the end of the episode, we wish we'd have left him there.
Achieving 100 percent completion in Red Dead Redemption isn't all exciting gunfights and daring horseback train robberies. You must also take time to help the little people. That's what we're doing in this episode, returning from Mexico to the United States to assist some strangers in ways that include winning a ranch in a game of liar's dice, intimidating a movie cowboy, and catching the notorious Hanging Rock cannibal.
Just because our family is being held hostage by the government, and we only have a limited amount of time to track down Javier Escuella, that doesn't mean that we can't have fun. So, this week in Red Dead Redemption, it's poker night, as we play a few hands with Landon Ricketts and his friends. Of course, it descends into a deadly gunfight, but that's just the old west. That was how you said goodbye back then.
We return to the Wild West challenges in Red Dead Redemption gameplay this week, as we set out to collect some of the exciting new flora offered by the strange new land of Mexico. Prickly pears are the goal, and we'll need plenty if we're to reach the next rank of our survivalist challenge. This is lucky as they also just so happen to be the preferred snack of Horson Welles, our beloved steed. We spoil that horse, we really do.
Here's a new episode of Red Dead Redemption gameplay - our first in Mexico, where we are greeted by Landon Ricketts, a retired gunslinger who used to be the fastest gun in the West but is now enjoying a quiet retirement in the town of Chuparosa. Now that we're here it's not long before he ends up fighting the Mexican army in a cave. Sorry, Landon, this sort of thing is always happening to us.
In this latest episode of Red Dead Redemption gameplay, we finally get to put our trojan cart plan into action and roll into Fort Mercer, all gatling guns blazing. Things don't go as smoothly as we'd hoped, though, leading to an impromptu trip to Mexico with everyone's favourite offensive national stereotype, Irish. If this is just an excuse for him to pick up some cheap bottles of tequila, we're going to be so mad, you guys.
In this latest episode of Red Dead Redemption gameplay, we finish up our preparations for the assault on Fort Mercer by doing some final chores for Nigel West Dickens, Irish, and Seth, the ragtag crew we've assembled to help us Trojan Horse our way into the fort. These include helping Seth find his treasure, a process that involves exactly as many corpses as you'd expect, when Seth's involved.
In this latest episode of Red Dead Redemption gameplay, we help out snake oil salesman Nigel West Dickens by taking part in Fast and Furious-style illegal underground horse races, before obtaining a gatling gun with the help of Nigel's friend Irish. Even Mike isn't complaining when it turns out we need to transport the gun by means of what is in effect a cowboy rollercoaster. Hands in the air, everybody!
In this latest episode of us replaying Red Dead Redemption, we help out snake oil salesman Nigel West Dickens, much to Mike's total lack of delight. West Dickens wants us to help him sell snake oil by drinking some, and then performing amazing feats of cowboymanship to impress a crowd of potential customers. Luckily for him, amazing cowboying is our stock in trade.
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