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Red Dead Online: 10 Missing Features Rockstar Must Add

10. Add More Mini Games

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This entry would have been higher up on the list had it not been for the recent introduction of poker to Red Dead Online, but that simply isn't enough for all our mini game needs.

Sure, there's also the option to go drown your sorrows at the local pub or head down to the nearby lake for a spot of fishing, but wouldn't it be great if we could play dominoes or blackjack? Maybe even have the option to join in on regular tournaments to test your gambling abilities. Just imagine you're coming off the back of a fierce shoot-off with some friends, and then you all head off for a game of five finger fillet to settle down.

Mini games are rather important to games like this in a way. No matter how much you may enjoy shooting up an entire town, it'll get stale after a while, especially if you're not particularly great at shooting others and die repeatedly at the hands of the lawmen. As a result, the addition of these games would allow players something else to do aside from murdering all their fellow civilians.

Surely, not all RDR2 players are bloodthirsty criminals. Right?

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