Red Dead Redemption

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Experience the epic western adventures that defined a generation

Experience the epic western adventures that defined a generation

When federal agents threaten his family, former outlaw John Marston is forced to hunt down the gang of criminals he once called friends. Experience Marston’s journey across the sprawling expanses of the American West and Mexico as he fights to bury his blood-stained past in the critically acclaimed predecessor to the 2018 blockbuster, Red Dead Redemption 2. Also included is Undead Nightmare, the iconic horror story that transforms the world of Red Dead Redemption into an apocalyptic fight for survival against a zombie horde.

Featuring the complete single-player experiences of both games, Red Dead Redemption also includes bonus content from the Game of the Year Edition and more.*

Outlaws to the End

*Red Dead Redemption features the single-player experiences from both Red Dead Redemption and Undead Nightmare, plus bonus content from the Game of the Year Edition and more. Red Dead Redemption does not feature multiplayer content.

Release dateAugust 17, 2023
No. of playersSingle System (1)
ESRB ratingMature
Supported play modesTV mode, Tabletop mode, Handheld mode
Game file size11.5 GB
Supported languagesEnglish, French, German, Italian, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
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Red Dead Redemption was a great game when it came out in 2010, and this proves it’s still a great game in 2023. While some classics from previous generations feel dated, that’s certainly not the case here – and if you missed it (or weren’t around for it) thirteen years ago, now’s the time to finally play it. And if you did play it? Maybe it’s time to play it again.

Gaming Age

Thirteen years after leaving its indelible mark on videogames industry and establishing itself as one of the best games of the PS3 and Xbox 360 generation, Red Dead Redemption arrives on Nintendo Switch in a completely unexpected way. Many hoped for a remake on PS5 and Xbox Series, but Rockstar Games preferred to offer Nintendo console owners the port of a game that will still be a landmark. For the quality of its porting to begin with (kudos to the Double Eleven studio – Rockstar Games alumni), but also proving at the same time that the Switch is capable of handling open worlds without degrading the quality. And when we tell you that the port is uncompromising, it means that we find the same experience as in 2010, with the same graphic quality of the time and all the details that made the reputation of the Rockstar Games title. Some studios such as Game Freak should take the seed.


Despite its lack of new features and the absence of its online mode, Red Dead Redemption remains a timeless masterpiece that any gamer has to try, now more conveniently than ever thanks to Nintendo Switch’s portable mode.


It is great to see Red Dead Redemption back and available on more platforms, most importantly the Switch. Whether on TV or handheld, the game runs well and still looks good. It’s a shame you can’t jump into an online free-roam with friends, but the main game and its expansion will keep you busy for many hours. As I said at the beginning, Red Dead fans should buy this game and have a Red Dead Revisit. I also think newcomers will find plenty to enjoy, even if to play one of the best open-world games of the 2010s.


Red Dead Redemption on Switch is not a remake and also no remaster, it’s just a port of the ps3 and xbox 360 version. Nevertheless Rockstar’s Wild West masterpiece also rocks the Nintendo console. The graphics look great on the Switch and the controls are doing their job. Only two things could stop players from buying the game: The missing multiplayer part and the high price. But in contrast to the multiplayer the Undead Nightmare DLC is also included. So we can not only play the main story with John Marston, there is also the zombie add-on in this version. That’s a great thing.

PC Games

If you’ve already played or own Red Dead Redemption on Xbox Series X or Xbox One X, I only really recommend it on Switch for portable play. If you’ve never played it before and own a Switch, I love this release. The lack of gyro aiming is disappointing, but everything else is better than I expected given this is Red Dead Redemption‘s first ever re-release. Hopefully gyro can be added in so that this becomes my favorite way to experience Red Dead Redemption until a potential PC version releases.



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