Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare for PlayStation 3
PS3 - DLC

Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare

Oct 26, 2010

Downloadble Content

This game requires the base game Red Dead Redemption to play.

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Content Rating: Mature

Summary

Unleashed upon the world of Red Dead Redemption, the Undead Nightmare Pack features an entirely new single-player campaign that follows John Marston as he tries to find a cure for the highly-infectious undead plague spreading across the frontier. In addition to this epic single-player adventure, the Undead Nightmare Pack also features a brand new multiplayer mode in addition to new gameplay mechanics, weapons, undead animals and mythical creatures.

Critic Reviews

11 Reviews
8.42
Neon KellyOct 27, 2010
There's a huge amount of content here, and while I rushed through it in about six hours, it'll take you far longer than that to see and do everything. This is a gold standard expansion, one that's briefer than the GTA IV add-ons, but otherwise just as good. In a happier world, all DLC would give you this much to play with.
Ray ConleyOct 29, 2010
Undead Nightmare is definitely bursting at the seams with the scope of content in its single player production and fun multiplayer additions. In fact, I believe that this is Rockstar’s best DLC to date for Red Dead. This newest addition is easily a must buy for anyone with a copy of Red Dead Redemption. There is tons of fun to be had if you’re just “dying” to purge the world of evil or if you’re looking to get the best bang for your buck.
Matt WalkerOct 26, 2010
It can be said the repetitive nature of the gameplay, the same environment, even the same melodic music, all give credence to the questionable purchase of the DLC. However, I think it is well worth the price tag. Offering a new element to Red Dead Redemption, one of this year's best titles, Undead Nightmare refreshes everyone's mind on the title right during award season. Plus, did I mention there are ZOMBIES and BIGFOOT?! In a time when every DLC seems to scream online multiplayer, it is refreshing to see the importance of the single-player experience is not forgotten.

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