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Look how much fun Red Dead Redemption fans are having with the sunset poster

There aren't enough details available yet to discuss, so Red Dead Redemption fans everywhere are making their own fun using the magic of Photoshop.


Fans of Red Dead Redemption and Rockstar Games made sure to let everyone know how much they're anticipating a new entry in the Western series. This all started when Rockstar released two very distinct images that can only be interpreted as teasers for a new Red Dead Redemption game.

And you know what those of us with expert Photoshop skills can do when they're presented with opaque images - turn them into goofs. Over on Reddit and NeoGAF, many have touched up the sunset poster in a few ways, incorporating jokes and pop culture references.

Let's start off with this one by EpicAbcdude, who simply added the words "Get Lucky" to the shot, but you all know what it means. In case you're still scratching your head, the image is a reference to Daft Punk's Get Lucky cover art. Not too bad, eh.


Now onto this pretty funny hilarious from TheSheikh. Before Rockstar had revealed the sunset image, many believed the red logo to be teasing the reveal of a new Table Tennis game. It's obviously not, now that we have cowboy silhouettes and all, but the Redditor managed to somehow work Table Tennis into it.

You know this arc can interpreted more than one way.


Now, how about a little something for Rick and Morty fans? You probably guessed this one was coming when you spotted a sun in the image, right? Redditor Iniestuh is responsible for this weird crossover.


Finally, saving the best for last, this amazing gif popped up on Twitter, via @P_TroLling. Just in case you don't get it, it's a re-purposing of a certain John Travolta scene from Pulp Fiction. This gesture in particular was turned into a meme/internet thing fairly recently.

If you've stumbled upon a few of these yourself, feel free to leave them in the comments for everyone to see.

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