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« Reply #15 on: June 02, 2004, 04:13:33 PM »

Nice girlfriend. btw

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« Reply #16 on: June 05, 2004, 02:54:40 AM »

BTW the game rocks and also in one level you have to shootout with three characters named Sergio,Ennino,Eli.  Ithought that this was an awsome nod to some of the best westerns ever

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« Reply #17 on: June 06, 2004, 11:29:35 PM »

Here's a complete listing of all the music in the game.  Most of these are taken from classic spaghetti westerns:

"Gringos A Caballo and Bloody Sunset"  
by E. De Masi, taken from 'Sette Dollari Sul Rosso'
 
"Suspence Al Villaggio, L'Assulto Di Santana, and Johnny Sulla Croce"
by E. De Masi, taken from 'Quella Sporca Storia Nel West'
 
"Un Uomo, Un Cavallo, Una Pistola, Faccia A Terra, Le Pistole Attendono, Sentiero Rosso, and Esterno Saloon"
by S. Cipriani, taken from 'Un Uomo, Un Cavallo, Una Pistola'
 
"Long Neck, Jackie, Siddle Sack, Sombrero, and Tumble Weed"
by P. Piccioni, taken from 'Minnesota Clay'
 
"Pistoleros In Agguato"
by G. Ferrio, taken from 'Un Dollaro Bucato'
 
"T.5, T.10, and T.13"
by B. Niccolai, taken from 'Anda Muchaco Spara!'
 
"T.19"
by B. Niccolai, taken from 'Django Spara Per Primo'
 
"Nevada, La Confessione and Nevada, Delitto Fra Le Montagne"
by S. Cipriani, taken from 'Nevada'
 
"Per Salvarsi"
by D. Patucchi, taken from 'Los Amigos'
 
Il Bandito Messicano, and Il Falso Soldato"
by B. Ghiglia, taken from 'Un Dollaro Tra I Denti'
 
"Fuga Dall'ovest"
by B. Niccolai, taken from 'Corri Uomo Corri'
 
"Umor Giallo"
by E. Morricone, taken from 'Stark System'
 
"Agguato A Dallas, Il Fischio, and Il Ponte"
by L. Bacalov, taken from 'Il Prezzo Del Potere'
 
"L'uccello Magico, L'uccello Magico A Roma, and Il Duca Di Wuttenberg"
by N. Rota, taken from 'Il Cassanova'
 
"T.5"
by G.P. Reverberi, taken from 'Ringo Il Cavaliere Solitario'
 
"T.15 and T.19"
by B. Niccolai, taken from 'L'ultimo Mercenario'
 
"T.4"
by A. Alessandroni, taken from 'Suor Omicidi'
 
"T.3, T.5, T.9, and T.10"
by B. Niccolai, taken from 'Buon Funarale Amigos...Paga Sartana'
 
"T.12, T.15, T.17, and T.20"
by B. Niccolai, taken from Gli Fumavano Le Colt...Lo Chiamavano Camposanto
 
"T.2, T.4, T.6, and T.7"
by E. De Masi, taken from 'Una Bara Per Lo Sceriffo'
 
"T.11 and T.22"
by E. De Masi, taken from 'Il Ranch Degli Spietati'
 
"T.12, T.13, and T.15"
by B. Niccolai, taken from 'Un Uomo Chiamato Apocalisse Joe'
 
"T.18, T.23, T.27"
by B. Niccolai, taken from 'Lo Chiamavano Tresette, Giocava Sempre Col Morto'  
 
"T.26, T.28, T.29, and T.30"
by M. Migliardi, taken from 'Prega Il Morto E Ammazza Il Vivo'
 
"Al Tren!"
by L. Bacalov, taken from 'Quien Sabe?'
 
"Main Theme"
by L. Bacalov, taken from 'Lo Chiamavano King'
 
"Senza Scampo and Ballata Per Un Pistolero"
by F. Micalizzi and R. Pregadio, taken from 'Il Pistolero Dell'ave Maria'
 
"Trinity: A Mollo Nella Tinozza"
by F. Micalizzi and R. Pregadio, taken from 'Lo Chiamavano Trinita'
 
"Main Titles"
by. E. Morricone, taken from 'E Per Tetto Un Cielo Di Stelle'
 
 

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« Reply #18 on: June 07, 2004, 08:29:53 AM »

Man, too bad they didnt make this for the computer !

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« Reply #19 on: June 11, 2004, 03:17:14 PM »

I CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS GAME!!! face it amigos, it is the closest that we'll ever get to playing Blondie as a PS2 character!  Cool

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« Reply #20 on: June 20, 2004, 05:48:48 AM »

I will probably be getting this. Anyone here remember Outlaws. Now that was a cool western game, and I think that game had Morricone music as well. And the difficulty levels were called Good, Bad, and Ugly.

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« Reply #21 on: June 20, 2004, 04:18:04 PM »

lookin at list of the films its incredible how many spaghetti westerns there were

Apart from Bullet for the General i had never heard of any of them, such real research involved in Red Dead Revolver

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« Reply #22 on: June 25, 2004, 09:57:38 AM »

i have played red dead revolver and it is just like a spaghetti.the hero looks like clint eastwood, there is a villain who looks like claudia cardinale ,one like mario brega and a sherrif who bears a resemblance to van cleef. there is even a one armed man.




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« Reply #23 on: June 25, 2004, 12:53:53 PM »

I'm going to buy it at some point... Havn't finished 2 other games yet. im soddin stuck on SOCOM.. bloody Hind.

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« Reply #24 on: June 25, 2004, 07:55:36 PM »

RDR is the shit!  Its the coolest game ever made!!!

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« Reply #25 on: June 26, 2004, 08:13:41 PM »

Man, I wish this would make it to a pc game. Hate to dish out the ps2 bucks to play 1 game !!

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« Reply #26 on: June 27, 2004, 12:55:36 AM »

Oh yeah I almost forgot. The main theme is composed by Ennio Morricone.



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« Reply #27 on: July 06, 2004, 08:39:36 AM »

I wast just waiting so long for this game in PAL (european), It's marvelous. Being in the middle of a western...
of course characters ar simple emulations of classical ones, but It's fine.

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« Reply #28 on: July 12, 2004, 12:05:47 PM »

I got this the other day and have played the first few levels.  My opinion is that it's pretty, plays nice and the music gives an atmosphere that's authentic and consistent with what the game sets out to acheive.  However!  Sad The fight scenes (which are the whole point of the game) are a little ludicrous.  Bad guys come from all directions blazing guns while you run around either looking for cover or trying to shoot back while strafing about the scene.  And then to top it all there is a boss for each level which has some unique property that you've got to suss out before being able to defeat it.  This is a formula akin to the likes of Sonic the Hedgehog and Mario - just updated.  Don't get me wrong, the game has its points of merit; the duelling, the slo-mo dead eye and the using of scenery as cover.  A better game would have been done on the lines of Hitman, which is based on an assassin which is sort of another name for a bounty hunter as he kills for money.  The character in the Hitman games can avoid all the unecessary and dangerous gunfights by using cunning and stealth in order to reach his quarry,  In RDR  this isn't possible.  I'll carry on playing though.  Once I've (sic) paid I always follow the job through.

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« Reply #29 on: July 21, 2004, 12:20:44 AM »

I'm having trouble getting used to the aiming system in this game, are you (this is being addressed to everyone) playing on xbox or ps2? Are you using the standard controller?

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