Red Dead Redemption

  • Online Co-Op: 8 Players
  • LAN Co-Op: 8 Players
  • + Co-Op Modes

Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare Impressions - Page 3

Yeah, I'm a zombie and I am BRINGING IT with my BLUNDERBUSS!  BLUNDERBUSS is an AWESOME WORD! 

Like RDR, Undead Nightmare is not without its problems.  When a game is this good and massive it just makes its flaws all the more apparent.  There are 'special' zombies, which much too closely resemble those from the Left 4 Dead franchise.  John has a problem finding doors and ladders when you are running, which could be the difference between life and undeath when the hordes are on you tail.  Zombies occasionally appear out of nowhere, but I like this because it gives me more to shoot.  One good burst of head 'splodin' Dead Eye was enough for me to forgive these minor flaws.

This is a massive add-on for a ten dollar price tag.  I have thirteen hours logged into this DLC and I'm at 83% completion.  Admittedly, I am a slow and methodical gamer.  And I chase bats and undead bears.  And it just takes me a long time to clear a town because I miss a lot of head shots.  I haven't even discussed the legendary creatures or new weapons.  Blunderbuss, indeed.  Run, don't walk, to your gaming machine of choice and download the fantastic Undead Nightmare.  Or, wait until it comes out on disc with all of the other downloadable content on November 23 for $29.99.  If you are a Red Dead Redemption fan, this is the zombie content you've been waiting for.  Rockstar, I know you give so much but I have to ask:  Can we please have an Undead Free Roam?