Red Dead Redemption

  • Online Co-Op: 8 Players
  • LAN Co-Op: 8 Players
  • + Co-Op Modes
Hey, hey, I Wanna be a Rockstar Games Collection Edition 1
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Hey, hey, I Wanna be a Rockstar Games Collection Edition 1

Red Dead Redemption just got some new pardners

Back in the days of the ZX Spectrum I used to buy huge collections of game called things like '15 Massive Hits for £10'.  On November 6th Rockstar are bringing back this tradition, but for $59.99, by bundling several of their games together and selling them at one price.  Rockstar Games Collection Edition 1 will house the co-op friendly Red Dead Redemption, but also Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City, Midnight Club: Los Angeles Complete Edition and L.A. Noire.  

The collection will be available on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, on how many discs is anyone's guess!  Here are more details from the stars of rock themselves:

Red Dead Redemption – Winner of over 170 Game of the Year awards, Red Dead Redemption brings the dying West to life with a vibrant open-world, powerful story, and intense single and multiplayer action. 

Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City – The explosive conclusion to the highest-rated game of all time, Grand Theft Auto IV, featuring two complete games on one disc: The Lost and Damned & The Ballad of Gay Tony.

L.A. Noire – The revolutionary crime thriller featuring MotionScan, a breakthrough technology that captures every nuance of a real actor’s facial performance, providing a level of realism, detail and emotion never before seen in a video game. Featuring brand new gameplay and a dark, hard-boiled detective story, L.A. Noire became the first ever video game to be recognized by the Tribeca Film Festival.  

Midnight Club: Los Angeles Complete Edition – One of the highest-reviewed racing titles of this generation, featuring deeply customizable real world cars, non-stop open world street racing and intense multiplayer action. The Complete Edition also includes every downloadable real world vehicle and city section released since launch.

Red Dead is a game worth picking up on its own, although we found the co-op aspects a little lacking.  The other games are just a bonus!