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Red Dead Redemption af Matt Margini
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Red Dead Redemption (udgave 2020)

af Matt Margini (Forfatter)

Serier: Boss Fight Books (24)

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First garnering both dismissal and intrigue as Grand Theft Horse, Rockstar Games 2010 action-adventure Red Dead Redemption was met on its release with critical acclaim for its open-world gameplay, its immersive environments, and its authenticity to the experience of the Wild West. Well, the simulated Wild West, that is. Now find out how the West was created, sold, and marketed to readers, moviegoers, and gamers as a space where freedom and progress duel for control of the dry, punishing frontier. Join the author as he journeys across the broad and expansive genre known as the Western, tracing the lineage of the familiar self-sufficient loner cowboy from prototypes like Buffalo Bill, through golden age icons like John Wayne and antiheroes like Clint Eastwoods Man with No Name, up to Red Deads John Marston. With a critical reading of Red Deads narrative, setting, and gameplay through the lens of the rich and ever-shifting genre of the Western, Margini reveals its connections to a long legacy of mythmaking that has colored not only the stories we love to consume, but the histories we tell about America.… (mere)
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Titel:Red Dead Redemption
Forfattere:Matt Margini (Forfatter)
Info:National Book Network (2020), 44 pages
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Red Dead Redemption (Boss Fight Books Book 24) af Matt Margini

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Red Dead Redemption by Matt Margini takes a gripping and thought-provoking approach towards analyzing Red Dead Redemption and gives an extensive examination over its place in broader fields; as a video game, as a cultural vehicle, as a love-letter towards old and older entries in the western genre, and as a revealing entry on America's historical fascination with the western ideal. It's fun to read and never gets boring. Red Dead Redemption functions as an extensive index over western movies as a whole; Margini identifies references in film and in literature to nearly every aspect of the game. He analyzes its storytelling, its gameplay mechanics, and all of the messages it carries--all in under 200 pages. Interviews with Rockstar Games and community interactions are also carefully cited and used effectively throughout this book.

A book that was four years in the making, reading Matt Margini's Red Dead Redemption is something I would strongly recommend to anyone interested in these subjects. ( )
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First garnering both dismissal and intrigue as Grand Theft Horse, Rockstar Games 2010 action-adventure Red Dead Redemption was met on its release with critical acclaim for its open-world gameplay, its immersive environments, and its authenticity to the experience of the Wild West. Well, the simulated Wild West, that is. Now find out how the West was created, sold, and marketed to readers, moviegoers, and gamers as a space where freedom and progress duel for control of the dry, punishing frontier. Join the author as he journeys across the broad and expansive genre known as the Western, tracing the lineage of the familiar self-sufficient loner cowboy from prototypes like Buffalo Bill, through golden age icons like John Wayne and antiheroes like Clint Eastwoods Man with No Name, up to Red Deads John Marston. With a critical reading of Red Deads narrative, setting, and gameplay through the lens of the rich and ever-shifting genre of the Western, Margini reveals its connections to a long legacy of mythmaking that has colored not only the stories we love to consume, but the histories we tell about America.

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