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Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare

Rating: 18+ (BBFC)

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| | See all ToulousainB's reviews (7)

If you haven't bought the originam RDR, then why not?

You don't really need to know the original characters to play this excellent expansion, but it helps. For example when Marston meets up with Bonnie, many will not understand her forlorn look when he hits the road again.
Onto the game, it's a fairly basic shooter when all said and done, with looting the erm..dead undead an absolute essential passtime, as of course there are no stores with which to buy anything.
Saving the towns is fun and Rockstar have made it so that you can continue the storyline with a decent lapse of time before they come under attack again, so you're not continually having to redo something you did twenty minutes beforehand, even though the whole system is the same for each town, which some may find a little repetetive.
Ammo are the dollars of the original RDR so don't leave any corpse unturned (hoho!) and from time to time you may come up with a goodie other than bullets.
The back drops and scenery are superb and a real feeling that the apocolypse has come to New Austin dwells throughout.
What makes this game for me though is the music score. The incidental music is eerily grating and dignified of a suspenseful horror flic with that "scraching a blackboard with your fingernails" topping the bill.
The discovery of the four horses of the Apocalypse is also noteworthy as is the undead blunderbuss.

All in all a great addition to the RDR collection, which still leaves us with endless offline options in the future.

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  Excellent, but...

| | See all wittlewobert's reviews (1)

An absolutely briiliant game, possibly even better than the normal Red Dead Redemption. The only thing is though, I don't see why people who haven't already got RDR would buy this because they'd have no idea who all the characters are or the previous things that have happened. My advice, buy at PSN for 7.99 or if you don't have RDR buy it pre-owned for around 20 and then get Undead Nightmare off PSN when you have finished the orginal game.

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  Excellent Game !

| | See all VULCANGLOCK's reviews (7)

I downloaded this from the Playstation Store but would willingly pay three times the price if I didn't own the original game ( which I have played twice )
As well as the game being brilliant the character voices and acting are the best I have ever seen .
The undead horse movements can be a bit annoying ,but the whole game deserves five stars .
I'll probably give it a couple of weeks and play it all over again .

  Wild West + Zombies = Fine Shooting...

| | See all MightyDadzis's reviews (6)

I downloaded this and was sceptical...
This game is amazing, the first free roam zombie game (dead rising doesn't count because you're stuck in the confides of a mall). My only issue is the era its based in 1911 but then it wouldn't be a cowboy game. This game is brilliant, right down to the mythical creatures.
Must have for any 3rd person shooter lover!!

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