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Red Dead Redemption - Undead Nightmare (PS3)

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Platform : PlayStation 3
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64 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • Media: Video Game

Product details

Platform: PlayStation 3 | Edition: Undead Nightmare
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  • ASIN: B0049BAQ3M
  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 13.5 x 1.5 cm ; 145 g
  • Release Date: 26 Nov. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 6,155 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: PlayStation 3 | Edition: Undead Nightmare

Product Description

When former outlaw John Marston wakes up at his farmhouse, he finds a world gone insane: overnight, deranged hordes have overrun the towns and outposts of the American frontier.

Manufacturer's Description

Across the vast Western frontier, a plague is spreading

When former outlaw John Marston wakes up at his farmhouse, he finds a world gone insane: overnight, deranged hordes have overrun the towns and outposts of the American frontier. In a desperate attempt to save his family, Marston must traverse a world torn apart by chaos and disorder, using every skill he has to survive long enough to find a cure.

Undead Nightmare combines a terrifying single player campaign as well as the full suite of amazing multiplayer content for one of the biggest games of the year: Red Dead Redemption. Undead Nightmare is a standalone game that does not require a copy of Red Dead Redemption to be played.

Single-Player

  • Take on a brand new, undead-riddled, single-player adventure
  • Experience completely new gameplay mechanics, weapons, and world design
  • Battle against four different Zombie classes with detailed character design
  • Encounter Graveyard action areas as well as Undead and Mythical animals
  • Find New Collectible Outfits and Challenges to complete
  • 7+ hours of single-player gameplay

Multiplayer

  • Join Friends across the Dying and Undead West in exciting Co-Op missions and Competitive Modes
  • Attack and defend in Stronghold Mode, or claim territory in Land Grab
  • School your friends in Poker, Liar’s Dice and Horse Racing
  • Annihilate your enemies with the deadly Tomahawk and Explosive Rifle
  • Play online as iconic characters from Red Dead Revolver or as the legends from Red Dead Redemption.
  • 15+ hours of multiplayer gameplay

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4.3 out of 5 stars

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Mr. J. P. Woods on 14 Jan. 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Undead Nightmare
This add on/extension is probably the best expansion/DLC of a game I have ever played.
The fact that this game is Red Dead Redemption's offspring takes nothing away from a game that could have made it in the gaming world even if the original game hadn't been made. In other words whilst this game will get those of us who played the original game virtually jumping in our seats every time a familiar face from the original game comes along, you don't have to be a red dead veteran to enjoy playing this game and you certainly aren't missing out on any story or plot in the game if you haven't played red dead before. In fact this game is so good you will probably want to buy the original anyway!

So what of the game itself you ask. Well the story picks up with John Marston (that's you) finally enjoying life with his family...but that wouldn't make much of a game would it now. So without giving too much away you have to now find a cure for your family who of course have become "infected" themselves. After a few minutes of playing you soon realise that there a heck of a lot more undead/infected than your pistol and shotgun can handle (which is all the weapons you get to start off with).
And this for me is one of the best points of the game; to kill or not to kill? Every group of undead/infected you come across will get you asking yourself do I really have enough ammunition to take these guys on and still have enough for what might be waiting for me around the corner? Whilst ammunition is tight at the beginning of the game, there are enough undead corpses to loot (once you have scored a head-shot on them of course, ammunition from crates you find from saving towns, and ammunition from completing missions and rescuing fellow survivors.
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Baguley on 12 Dec. 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Undead Nightmare
This is a review I wrote for Undead Nightmare I downloaded from the PSN and is mainly focusing on the single player player content. The disc version features all previous multiplayer DLC Rockstar released for Red Dead Redemption hence the price difference in the review.

If you've been living under a rock this past year chances are you missed Rockstar's critically acclaimed open world wild west game Red Dead Redemption. Over the past few months Rockstar have been heavily supporting the game with multiplayer (yawn) DLC. The latest DLC, however, added in something that I find worth buying - more single player content.

The fact that you get a short but fun new campaign mode for £8 is a deal breaker itself but Rockstar decided to cram in a few extas just for the sake of it. Arriving just in time for Halloween, Undead Nightmare is set after John Marston has saved his family and headed back to his quiet life on his ranch. Everything seems perfect until Uncle arrives home one stormy night, bloody and acting wild, biting John's wife and infecting her with the same virus that is driving everyone crazy for human flesh and his son soon follows.

Yes, Undead Nightmare is a wild west zombie apocalypse. Its up to John to venture out across the open world in search of a cure. You'll visit all the previous towns you did in the original story only now all the towns are under attack from the zombie hordes. This means there are no businesses, so don't be expecting to buy any ammo or knock back a few drinks in the local saloon. This is a fight for survival meaning all shops are gone with their proprietors dead or long gone.

Old characters appear you will remember from the original story, and the cut-scenes return with their wonderful voice actors and well written script.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr. J on 10 Oct. 2012
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Undead Nightmare Verified Purchase
I shall put it quite simply, I did not like this game at all. It was boring and lifeless (no pun intended!), plot-less and pointless.

I loved the original RDR (Red dead Redemption) and I can totally see what they tried to do with this DLC/ Expasion-esque game, but all the care and attention put into the characters and setting from the original is thrown wildly out of the window here, leaving us with a fairly dull zombie shooter that doesn't really reward you for exploration, hunting or any of those similarly wonderful things form the main game. In terms of gameplay, well this manages to take what I could only describe as standard Rockstar player controls (that's a good thing) and push them to the extreme with swathes of zombies attacking you. You may think this sounds good but since the game (or the game engine) was never intended to handle this sort of stuff, it struggles. Of course, this game does not really work well with the brain-dead enemies everywhere making John Marston control clunkily.

In terms of story, there are quite a few characters returning from their graves in this game, literally. However, they are nothing more than cannon fodder or mindless back-story that has no relevance to the actually campaign which is unfortunate. The campaign consists of you wandering around the map of RDR and clearing out graveyards. This soon becomes tiresome and with little story to motivate you, the story aspect was left ignored. So, I then decided to explore and go hunting much like in RDR but this was soon short-lived as even in the wilderness of 'Tall Trees' (an area in the game) there were a few violent bears as expected but a whole horde of zombies too, unfortunately. The problem is, zombies are very boring enemies in this game and there is no avoiding or escaping them.
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