Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare: Disc Version (360, PS3) – Reviewed
7 September 2013
Excerpt: There is no denying that Red Dead Redemption was one of the stand out games of the year. We may even be bold enough to say that it was the game of the year! The blend of had hitting storylines, loveable characters and enough in game tasks to make your head spin truly revolutionised both sandbox shooters and turned the western videogame into something that the industry can be really proud of.
Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare Xbox 360 Review
8 March 2011
Excerpt: Going by Rockstar’s past history with DLC, we all knew that sometime down the line we were going to get a chance to revisit Red Dead Redemption’s grand and harsh world, but when you consider that the mainline game is grounded in reality, no one could have expected the result to be Undead Nightmare . Undead Nightmare is set shortly after John Marston rescued his family towards the end of the main game.
Conclusion: Many people like to call Red Dead Redemption “GTA 4 in the Wild West” and I honestly do not mind the comparison. Rockstar did a Grand Theft Auto like job with this game in that it’s a total sandbox game with great dialogue. The graphics and visual design of the game works very well and looks awesome. All the interactions with different animals and the landscape creates’ a world that is wild and intense at times.
Excerpt: . You’ll do this because you know that, sooner or later, the game will end and you’ll no longer be a part of its world. You‘ll want to elongate your stay. And John Marston will let you, because there might be someone out there somewhere he hasn’t shot at yet.
Summary: Undead Nightmare is a great reminder of why we fell in love with Red Dead Redemption in the first place. The added zombies may seem silly, but there's a solid story that successfully walks the line between comedy and serious action. Some may complain about the filler missions, but it's worth spending the $10 to revisit one of the best games of the year! Tweet This product was submitted by the publisher for review.
Conclusion: West with the Undead Nightmare DLC. As already mentioned, the previous two Red Dead Redemption DLCs were focused primarily on multiplayer upgrading. But Undead Nightmare presents a fresh single-player storyline that plays almost as long (about a dozen hours) as many full-priced games.
Excerpt: High Moon Studios’ under-the-radar--and under-appreciated-- Darkwatch was one of my favorite original Xbox titles. Blending old west action with paranormal threats, it delivered a unique experience on the console Master Chief built. Sure, its run-and-gun shooting was pretty standard, unremarkable stuff. But its inspired haunted wild west setting and cowboys-and-ghosts gameplay guaranteed it a top spot in my last-gen library.
Excerpt: was one of my favorite original Xbox titles. Blending old west action with paranormal threats, it delivered a unique experience on the console Master Chief built. Sure, its run-and-gun shooting was pretty standard, unremarkable stuff. But its inspired haunted wild west setting and cowboys-and-ghosts gameplay guaranteed it a top spot in my last-gen library.
Excerpt: Zombies are everywhere. They’re in movies, television, comics, and video games. It’s getting to the point where you can’t turn around without seeing something branded with a new zombified version. When Rockstar announced their first single-player campaign DLC for Red Dead Redemption was going to include zombies, I wasn’t skeptical. I was excited. No matter how many games have included a zombie mode, none of them have been open-world titles.