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Red Dead Redemption: Hunting Guide for Help

There is no question that Red Dead Redemption for the Sony PS3 and the Xbox 360 is one of the biggest games of the year, but what makes the game so popular? We could go on for hours discussing that but the simple answer is hunting in the wilderness. This can be a daunting task, but thanks to GamesRadar, they have a detailed hunting mission guide for you to study.

Hunting is the easiest way for you to make money, so learning all there is to know will help you progress through the game. The hunting guide will make it easier for you to locate each animal that you need to kill, but we have to point out that these are just approximate locations — but they will be very close.

Once you get to the location explained in the hunting guide you will need to do a scout around the area — bringing along bait will make this job much easier.

Some of the best advice when hunting includes: If you have nothing to show from your hunt then come back later. However, you should never go home empty handed.

The most important advice is to remember to double tap larger animals. Killing a raccoon will take just the one shot, but this will not work on a bear or deer. If you do not manage to hit the animal in the head, then hit it twice — that way you know it will be dead.

These a just a handful of tips, for the full hunting guide for Red Dead Redemption visit GamesRadar Or for a complete walkthrough of the game visit our recent post.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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