Summary: I like this game but I have to recognize that it is very short. It is recommendable if you played Red Dead Redemption first and you liked it. It hasn't a lot in common with the original, because it is really a kind of B movie full of zombies on the far west with John Marston as a main character. It is not essential but you will have fun if you get it.
Summary: It was an alright game but it is very confusing to work out and is not as good as the first one. Also the missions are very repetitive and at the end it is unclear of what task you are meant to be completing
Excerpt: More an expansion than a stand alone game (which, of course, it was originally intended to be). Funny dialogue and the satisfaction of blasting zombies in Dead-Eye mode can't detract from the fact that it is ultimately a little repetetic (save a town, travel to another, save it, go back and re-save the first one etc. etc.
Summary: They weren't lying when they said the thing is just like new...I couldn't expect anything better! The packaging was good, the disc had no scratch and will...the game is obviously tons of fun. 4.5/5 stars!
Summary: The game takes place in the familiar area of Red Dead Redemption with a dark twist. Everything about this Undead Nightmare has been reworked to make it feel new and unique. The zombie's effects are brilliant and there is a big emphasis on mythical creatures that often replace the normal creatures from the normal game. There is much to find and do as the story progresses ranging from new weapons to new steeds to rescuing whole towns.
Summary: For those that after the original RDR wanted to play as John Marston, this is the game for it. The missions, zombies, people, are all entertaining but RDR:UN is kind of a short game, in my opinion. Don't play this one first, get RDR the original instead! You will be amazed.
Summary: It kills time, it's fun and, as always with Rockstar games, is of a superb quality. Not quite as good as the original Red Dead Redemption, and I don't think people who haven't played the original would enjoy this game as much as I did, what with the plot being an 'insert' into the original RDR storyline. Well worth the money, however, and I would definitely recommend buying.