Jim Logan

aka I'm not a smart person please be patient

  • I live in Chicago
  • I was born on December 31
  • My occupation is Fanon writer, I guess
  • I am (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻
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    RDR:Game Review

    December 30, 2012 by Jim Logan

    Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the very FIRST Livewire Logan video game review, which is RED DEAD REDEMPTION! This game, was probably the SECOND open world game I played on my PS3, and maybe the 15th game overall I ever played on the PS3. Now first, this game is great, I highly recommend it. The voice acting is great, the story is awesome, the variety of enemies, although short, have a lot of banter with Marston. The variety of weapons, unlockable and DLC is great, such as the Explosive Rifle. The costumes that are unlockable and the DLC ones are just epic, my favorite outfit ever, is the Deadly Assassin outfit. The main character John Marston, is by-far my favorite Rockstar-branded protagonist, and he reminds me of John Wayne or the guy…

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    Hostile Takeover

    July 27, 2012 by Jim Logan

    Hostile Takeover is a fan-made mini game created by Jim Logan, it can be played on either Single or Multiplayer, this mini game involves the player first killing someone to get a bounty, then to get to an appropriate hiding spot and shoot down every person in town, either police, bandits or normal people. It is recommended to do this in Armadillo/Theive's Landing/ MacFarlane's Ranch, as each town have great cover places. It is NOT recommended to do this in Blackwater as this town has few decent hiding places and there are many police.

    • Have many powerful guns and as much ammo as possible

    • If one is playing as "the good guy" one should use the Banadna to prevent loss of Honor
    • Use the Cowboy Outfit/Bollder Twins outfit rather then the Duster Coat/Le…

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    July 22, 2012 by Jim Logan

    eRed Dead Redemption:Aftermath is a fanon written by Jim "The Vital Element" Logan, and is a direct sequel to Red Dead Return.

    A heavy rain started as John walked into his house, and put down his rifle as his wife Bonnie Marston gave him a glass of water.

    John said "Thank ya darling."

    Bonnie asked "Well, how did it go?"

    John said "Well. birds are eatin' up the crops, and some pochers have stolen more of the cattle. Since when did Uncle work on the ranch?"

    Bonnie laughed "Well it happens." As she continued to feed little Abigail.

    John asked "What does?"

    Bonnie said "We have had a great harvest the past couple of years, it's only natural that we have a bad year."

    John shook his head sadly. "No Bonnie, this World War is screwing with everything, throwin…

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    Red Dead Return

    July 16, 2012 by Jim Logan

    Red Dead Return is a story made by Jim "The Vital Element" Logan, and is a direct sequel to Red Dead Revised. It takes place days after the original story, and is planned to be through both John and Jack's perspectives.

    It had been a week since John left his son at their old home in Beechers Hope, he had been riding for what seemed forever, running for what seemed forever, and finally, after years, after what he thought his old life would leave him be, he had to defend his home against Edgar Ross. John remembered clearly, teh image of his son shooting Edgar, and the smile Jack had on his face at seeing Edgar die. John couldn't help but smile at how much Jack had grown to resemble him. John stopped through Armadillo, took a three hour nap, ch…

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    Red Dead Revised

    July 11, 2012 by Jim Logan

    Red Dead Revised is a fanon written by Jim "The Instant Classic" Logan. The name "Revised" means the revised ending to "The Last Enemy That Shall Be Destroyed and the story that follows.

    John had been fighting for so many years, weather against the Law, or against his own former brothers-in arms, John had never stopped fighting, even with his his surrogate father's death. The Law wouldn't leave him alone. John knew what had to be done for his family to survive. John sent Jack and Abigal away to flee while John stepped outside the barn to see Edgar Ross and half a dozen United States Army soldiers pointing their guns at him. John in his last act of defiance, using his special skill, shot down, two soldiers and shot Edgar himself in the neck, …

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