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56 of 60 people found the following review helpful
on November 24, 2010
Undead Nightmare is a bargin any way you look at it. You get a lot for your money. If you want to complete everything plan on investing a solid 10 to 20 hours.

I'll try to give a quick overview that doesn't give much away.

You are once again playing as John Marston. This time you are trying to find out why zombies have taken over the west. If you want to put a time stamp on this game it takes place between John Marston reuniting with his family and the end of Red Dead Redemption.

While you take on various tasks through the storyline you find yourself rescuing town after town from zobmie hordes. This gets a little old after a while but you get different weapons from each town you save. One reason this gets old is because no town is saved forever. The zombies will attack again.

The story takes you through Texas and Mexico on your hunt to stop the hordes. Along the way you run into many of the characters from Red Dead Redemption. I can't give away the ending but but it is one of the best endings you will find in a game. It is awesome.

Beyond the story there are new things to hunt, new random events, and new weapons which will keep you busy for hours.

The only thing keeping this from being 5 stars is the fact that it gets repeative after a while. Even considering that this is a must have!
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24 of 28 people found the following review helpful
on January 28, 2011
This is an amazing DLC (downloadable content). However you must beware.

This same bundle is available on PSN as a bundle with Liars and Cheats,Legends and Killers, and of course, Undead Nightmare at $20.00, so be aware this has an advantage only through it being re-tradable.
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21 of 27 people found the following review helpful
on December 1, 2010
I would give The Undead Nightmare DLC an easy five stars, but I'd recommend that you download this instead. The other two DLC packs just are not worth $10 a piece. I think I read somewhere that Rockstar wanted to release those two packs for free, but were contractually obligated to have them cost money as they'd already released free DLC. I think this shows as there's really not that much to do in those packs unless you really want to play RDR poker or throw a hatchet. If that's worth $20 for you, then be my guest! Otherwise Undead Nightmare is a fantastic add on. It's creepy, funny, and beautiful looking. I haven't even finished regular Red Dead Redemption story before I jumped into this. Highly recommend, but just download it off PSN instead, and if you must, buy the other two packs next time they go on sale.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on February 18, 2011
Undead Redemption is probably the best dlc available today by any publisher. You basically play as John Marston in this new adventure where the dead come back to life. Your goal is to find the cure to help restore peace in Undead Nightmare.

You will help and rid zombies from towns and help survivors for ammo. There are a lot of side missions and new mounts as well. There are new weapons to choose from as well as the same weapons from red dead redemptions main story.

All the characters from Red Dead make their return. You will need to help them in order to progress with the story. Some will turn ( into zombies ) and others will help you along your journey. Once you complete the main story, you are able to continue playing Undead Redemption.

You will spending many hours killing zombies, doing quests, saving towns, looking for ammo, and trying to survive on horse back as you are chased by zombies.

You will not regret purchasing Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on December 29, 2010
The orginal RDR was an awesome, wildly entertaining game, and the same came be said for Undead Nightmare. The story takes place during the orginal RDR story. A plague occurs causing the dead to rise and John Martston is the only one who can end it. UN introduces new weapons, my favorite being the blunderbuss, which uses pieces of the undead to vaporize them. Instead of game hideouts like the orginal RDR, the player must save towns and cleanse graveyards. Additional stranger missions occur, along with the regular storyline. I beat the regular story in about 10 hours, but still have lots of side quests to complete.

I have not tried the multiplayer, as I did not really enjoy RDR's multiplayer, and I heard it was not really worth it. You may want to just download Undead Nightmare, unless you do enjoy RDR styled multiplayer; its 10 bucks on the PS store, compared to 30 on amazon or in stores. Either way, I highly enjoyed the game and compare this DL content to that of GTA IV's "The Ballad of Gay Tony" for its entertainment and value. It retains the action and humor of its predesscor, without taking itself too seriously; after all, its about zombies.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on May 28, 2011
If you dont care about playing red dead revolver's storyline, buy this. I've played many MANY zombie games in my life. I like many for different reasons, with Resident Evil and Call of Duties: Nazi Zombies probably being my favorites. But let me tell you, this is the first zombie game ever to truly give you a sense of supernatural dread. If you let yourself become engrossed with this game, and start to really think about what it would be like in real life, its pretty scary and has an incredibly creepy atmosphere at all times. the weather and everything that goes on makes it almost seem supernatural, surreal and dreamlike. If you love old zombie movies, this is the closest feeling your gonna get playing a video game to those older classic movies before hollywood ruined movies. The Single Player is incredible and must be played FIRST. Then, go on to the multiplayer, this is where the creepiness dwindles, but the fun really picks up. So make sure to get through the whole story first!!! ALSO: note that you not only get zombies offline and online zombie multiplayer( undead overrun) you also can play as a straight up cowboy online against other cowpoke, minus the zombies which succeeds incredibly in making you feel like youre in a Sergio Leone western. YAY! BUY THIS GAME NOW!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on February 4, 2013
My love for The Walking Dead encouraged me to buy this game, and I'm addicted. Gameplay is amazing and has become one of my favorites.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on May 6, 2011
I didn't have my own Red Dead Redemption, so I had borrowed my friends copy and beat the game. So when Undead Nightmare came out I had to buy it when it went on sale. It was similar to Red Dead but in this one you just kill nothing but zombies(and some other creatures). Use of the Dead Eye is even more important in this sequel and I like how challenging it was especially the parts where you had to kill all the zombies in the cemetaries. Like how some other people noticed, this game did freeze from time to time on the PS3 version. Most of the time it does auto save so it is OK, but one time I had done a ton of work and it froze on me and I had lost all my progress because I guess it hadn't auto saved. But other than that issue this game is a ton of fun and I really liked the new guns and new challenges/trophies.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on December 15, 2013
First of all, I LOVED the first Red Dead Redemption. I was pulled into the story, the landscape, and I really got attached to the characters.

That being said, Undead Redemption is NOTHING like the first installment of this series. The storyline and missions are repetitive and un-imaginative. There is also not much you can do outside of missions aside from killing random zombies. There are no mini-games. The game is finished fairly quickly and you get this sense of dissatisfaction when it's over. It's that feeling of wanting those hours back...

It's obviously to me that this game was hastily put together to take advantage of the zombie craze in popular culture and milk a few extra bucks for the developers.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on April 4, 2013
I bought the original Red Dead Redemption and loved it so much i had to check out this game and I found I loved it too.
It is a bit too short and you can't play the card games like you could in the original but I think I would rather have bought it from the Playstation Store and just downloaded it, that way I wouldn't have to switch discs when i wanted to play the other game. But I wanted a hardcopy of the game in case something happens to my system.
Still, A great game, good story and very cool visuals, the new weapons are awesome too.
Plus you get new characters for when your playing online, if thats your thing.
All & all a great game
Did I mention there's zombies?
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