Haha, it is! Ive seen some pictures and heard "legends" but i never looked up where she is. So i was wondering around snow mountains for two days. She is a feisty one to tame as well.That the wintery Arabian? I found her and started the process but then got attacked by wolves and lost her! I'm in that region as I need a tonic recipe so will head there again, my wife found her and tamed her before me so I wasn't impressed!
The only good thing i have is big belly, lol. Actually this could be my first time having a console . I read reviews & see some videos about RDR2 on YT, it looks soo tempting !Best experience is dark room, big telly and headphones.
I have ps4 slim and im having great time and it looks stunning.
For me personally graphic differences were always difficult to see. Whatever you have will work just fine, once you have a big size telly and headphones.
I echo what Emroth said. Get some good headphones. Actually headphones with most game these days is the way to go. Game looks great on the standard PS4 too. Don't think there's much difference at all between the consoles.I wonder what is the best experience to play this game, X1X or PS4 Pro ?
I have seen it on Xbox One X and standard PS4 and the difference IMO is pretty big.I echo what Emroth said. Get some good headphones. Actually headphones with most game these days is the way to go. Game looks great on the standard PS4 too. Don't think there's much difference at all between the consoles.
Stagecoaches only work when there's no bounty and they're only available in towns. The real fast travel options only work from within the camp. So basically when I'm in the Grizzlies West and want to get to Rhodes I'm screwed.You can fast travel by taking the stage coach. You can also upgrade Arthur's wagon in camp to allow fast travel.
I'm a bit the same, where I play for an hour or so and end up not doing the main mission due to other distractions. Love it.
I love that “slow moving” aspect! It perfectly fits the time and the mood of the game! Take a horse, train or coaches... it was like that back then!Me too. As much as I enjoyed the world and riding around on my horsey, the seemingly endless schlepping back and forth across the map to get to missions became a bit tiresome towards the end of the campaign as the map got bigger.
Same here. I wouldnt mind to have it for others, but I wouldnt use it.I love that “slow moving” aspect! It perfectly fits the time and the mood of the game! Take a horse, train or coaches... it was like that back then!
I don’t mind riding for 2 days, set up a camp fire at night, go on to the destination the next day... it’s just the real cowboys life.
While riding there I enjoy the beautiful country side, the weather system, the NPC’s doing there thing. Just a lovely world where everything wasn’t so hectic like today!!
I don’t want a fast travel system!
No, sorry, I don’t need one!
I can understand that some users want it the other way. To me it all fits perfectly.
Only way to check hours played is with the phone app or using https://www.playstation.com/en-gb/explore/ps4/my-ps4-life/my-ps4-life-video (if the game is in your top 3 most played PS4 games).How do you guys check how many hours you played? (Im on Ps4)
And one more question - when im saving the game manually there is a percentage (im currently at 37%)
But when you go to Progress, there is another percentage (i have 25% there)
I pressume first one is main story progress and second is total completion..?? Am i right?
Not showing for me either.Hmm my spoiler isn't showing for me?