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EjectedCasings

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  1. Given that there are now several days in between posts on the forum nowadays, I think that it's safe to say that Red Dead Online is pretty much dead, at least with many older, veteran players. So what happened? The game had so much potential when I started playing in ~ March 2019 (wow, was it really that long ago?). I remember being breaking out of the wagon picking out my clothing from the very limited supply, and stealing my horse from Valentine. After popping open the treasure chest, I was off on my own for the first time. I had an interesting experience, where I was playing Onlin
  2. I've had the mid tier Breton for a while, fletcher saddle, best stirrups, and it's good enough to get across the map without losing stamina, so it's good enough for me. I never even have to go that far anyway, so I figure i'll just save the money and keep this one. His name is Megachad.
  3. What is the point of animal bait in online? I think i've used it once, and that was for the scripted legendary bear mission in story mode.
  4. I dunno, probably a bug. You can set the horse to be only rideable by you/friends in the stable menu I think.
  5. Most missions will take you out of defensive mode, and put you at risk of player engagement. I know it's kind of beating a dead horse, but i've always been against develeoper implemented limitations like that, because it stifles player interaction. Plus, that's the way the game is meant to be played. I like the risk that missions have. Knowing that you could get shot anytime helps to keep it fresh and keeps me on my toes. Also, level doesn't really have much to do with it. Yeah, in those first 20 or so levels you're kind of in a rut, because you don't have the experience you need to be pr
  6. What? I always use my 45.-70 to blast Quail!
  7. Yikes, a 20 series? Glad I didn't purchase one, since the 30 series came out 😉 (I kid, I kid)
  8. Interesting gimmick, I guess, but Popeyes' chicken is better. I'm guessing it'll sell about as well as the hot wheels branded PC from long ago, but at least this one isn't outdated on arrival. Who knows.
  9. Nice! I've been an Xbox user for a very long time, but i'm considering building a PC for the first time because Xbox console exclusives are mostly over to Windows now as well. A lot of my games would be ported over to windows as well. There are several games that I would like to play on PC, but i've never had a good one. We'll see what happens.
  10. I've just kind of learned to accept bugs, as long as they aren't game breaking or persistent. A fair few bugs that I encounter are even kind of funny, Like in GRW when this happened: Sure, any bug will kinda wreck your immersion, but it's inevitable. Of course I would love it if there were no bugs at all, but they will happen. As for Cyberpunk, I'm probably going to wait a while before purchasing it. Maybe it'll go on sale soon like FO76 did, but at the very least it'll have a lot of the major issues ironed out.
  11. That was funnier than it should have been
  12. There's a lot of hidden gems all over the western US. One that comes off the top of my head is Cherry Creek, in my home state of Nevada. When people come to the state, they mostly just think of Vegas, and that's that However, if you're interested in this kind of thing, there's tons of ghost towns and abandoned mining facilities from the 1870's onwards. And there's nobody there. Definitely a lot of cool spots out there if you're willing to drive out in the sticks for it. There's a place up in Central Nevada called Cherry Creek, with a neat little museum. Not very large as it used to b
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