We tackle Red Dead Redemption 2 in our first gaming podcast, You Died
Is Arthur Morgan a good guy? Not the way I play him...
It may have missed out on top spot at The Game Awards, but the one game on everyone's lips right now is Red Dead Redemption 2.
(Unless you have a Switch, in which case you can't play it and you're all about Super Smash Bros Ultimate. To which I can only say, well, respect, because Smash is great too.)
We're also two huge gamers. Our Slack chats are filled with us nerding out and sharing clips and stories from the games we play. So we thought we'd extend our little group discussion and share it with everyone.
This week we're joined by a special guest, also from the South China Morning Post, social editor Shea Driscoll. (Not O'Driscoll. Don't shoot him.)
And on the agenda this week, as I said, is Red Dead Redemption 2, which may not be divisive per se -- but certainly has plenty of divisive elements to it, whether the uncompromising controls, or the morality of the main character.
But our guest has a a different perspective, arguing that Rockstar's unflinching nature is something to be proud of. Something not to be proud of? How I play the game.