Cowboys & Zombies. What's next...Cowboys & Aliens?
Undead Nightmare is the B movie add on to Red Dead or you can buy it on disc. If you were like me, you bought it on disc. Now to be honest, I played a little bit of the original Red Dead Redemption and I didn't get into the story, but I'll be getting it soon and I'll review it later this year, but I do know is in this game, you're using most of the game mechanics like hog tieing (undead or alive) people up, dead eye is here, and it gives a little bit more for your buck. You go to one town, save it, go on to the next and it becomes a pretty big part of the game, I felt really scared at certain times, cause these zombies are a mix between your classic rise from the cemetary & a little bit of the 2004 Dawn of the Dead and there's a hint of Left 4 Dead in there. I didn't finish the story, I'm halfway through it and I have to admit this is the most fun I've had with zombies. I had more fun with zombies in undead nightmare then I did in Left 4 Dead. Also this game is, like most Rockstar games, extremely humourous. If you go to the store & get the disc, its 30 dollars and along with Undead Nightmare, you get all the online plus all the downloadable content that has come out, so you get all the packs that add in new characters for online, new weapons for online and in Undead Nightmare. There's a lot to do in the Zombie Apocalypse in the ol' Wild West. If you get Undead Nightmare through Xbox live or Playstation Network, you're most likely getting just Undead Nightmare and nothing else. I say just get the disc so you get all the DLC, or wait until the Game of the Year edition comes out and then you get everything. But Undead Nightmare on disc is getting a 10 out of 10. This is perfect for any zombie lover.