When a game comes to another platform, you would think people would be happy that more people would be able to play and experience it, right? Well, not these people. Console Fanboys are toxic and malicious and they experienced a total meltdown over the recent announcement from Rockstar that RDR 2 would be coming to PC. But how did this all start?
In this video I take a look back at some toxic and immature comments console fanboys left on videos back when the game was first announced, and these toxic scumbags gloated over the fact that PC was not included in that initial announcement. But it is now, and now it is time to make them eat their words and rub it in their face that they were wrong.
In the first two chapters of RDR2, it shows careful consideration of the change arc - whether it is Arthur doing what he needs to help the camp and Dutch - enforcing his lies, or striking out on his own - a glimpse of the truth, having fun with Lenny, or the inciting event where the Pinkerton's are asking you to embrace Arthur's truth - he needs to be independent of Dutch, but Arthur won't discard his blind loyalty just yet, but that lingering thought that they are not after the gang but Dutch is constantly in Arthur's mind from there on out.
It is great to see that first act in RDR2 because it really does set up the rest of the game.
In our ongoing series on character arcs, we look at the next step in the physical story of Arthur Morgan in RDR2, the normal world, which for Arthur is the camp. The camp is where you do chores, donate things, go hunting, fishing and supply the needs for Dutch and the Gang, therefore re-enforcing Arthur's lie, the blind loyalty he has for Dutch believing Dutch will solve everything and help him escape his past.
In the second episode on Character arcs, I look at Arthur Morgan almost exclusively as the best example of a change character arc in a computer game, going from a man who followed Dutch's every command, believing it would help him escape the law/the world, to the point where he decided that he had to forge his own destiny after learning he had TB.