Red Dead Redemption was an impressive accomplishment and it managed to garner quite a few loyal followers.
However, while a fair portion of those polled wanted a new Red Dead more than Grand Theft Auto V , the majority are still going with GTAV as their most-wanted open-world adventure from Rockstar.
They have yet to fully unveil either title in question, but at least we've seen a debut trailer for GTAV (which got us crazy excited, and then Take-Two went all mute on the subject). As for a new Red Dead installment, there have been rumors swirling about a follow-up effort; the latest claiming that it's currently in development and is called "Red Dead Rebellion." But regardless of how it all stands, GTA is still GTA, and it remains the dominant franchise, despite Red Dead 's impressive coming-out party a few years back.
This week, Sony is seeking to build more revenue after announcing record losses, and some analysts believe this could involve a number of different moves. Could one of them be a lowering of the PS3 price tag? When it fell to $299, that sparked quite the sales surge and it lasted for a good long time, too. Then again, Sony is finally earning a profit on the machine so maybe they don't want to cut the price too soon… What do you think? Price drop this year? Or not until much later?