Well, that would be fantastic if RockStar could make their second installment
of L.A Noire as good, or better than the first! Could we being seeing this
game on the shelves, prior to the end of the PS3's lifecycle? Not sure.
I would hope we'd see it before then.
Yes, RDD sold in excessive numbers, throughout the world.
It would be strange that RS not even consider a sequel to the first.
RDD was a fanstastic game, probably my top fave on the PS3.
It would certainly be a definite buy, if RS could equal or
top the first game.
One thing about RockStar I've noticed is that they don't rush sequels out the door. How long has it been since we've seen a Max Payne game prior to the upcoming one? I've even seen talk of a sequel to Bully. I read about Red Dead Redemption that in the UK they took a second round of pre-orders because it sold so massively well. It was nearly six years, possibley seven until we had a sequel to Mafia. That was great fun.
I can see the Red Dead series getting another sequel, or rather a prequel. How about during the Civil War?
The thing with Rockstar is that they have a lot of flexibility when it comes to creating sequels or prequels.
I think It's very smart of RS not to rush games. A rush job I noticed, especially when
it pertains to video games and movies, they end up being utter disastrous pieces
of garbage. It means the company didn't take the time to use their imagination,
hard work and care into a game. They only thought of the financial gains over
everything else, and wanted to reap the rewards quickly, shotty job or not.
RS does tend to take their time, between their sequels. It's a bad thing if someone
is so impatient, that it's driving them insane for the next big game. For people
who think rationally however, they know that having a quality company take
their time and skill, in putting together a nearly perfect game, it's well worth
I find it pretty cool that RDD sold so well in the U.K. The game's story takes
place in the old west, where cowboy's roamed throughout the south, and
southwestern United States. Don't think you'd find too many cowboys and
girls in Britain. lol
The Canadian west is/ and was fairly similar. They did/ and still do wear cowboy hats
in Saskatchewan, Alberta and Manitoba. A lot of farming industry there. It was just
too cold to have shootouts in the winter. lol
That would be interesting to have it during the civil war. Or how about
the US revolutionary war between the USA and England?
Or, if not that, reprise the role of John Marston's son, going off in his
own adventures, just after the death of his father.