For such a fun holiday, video games have a lot of trouble doing Halloween justice. Sure there are exceptions—Destiny just did a pretty good job, and Costume Quest is fun—but for the most part it’s a time of year that games struggle to really celebrate. Unless, like right now, we’re talking about Undead Nightmare, the…
This week, Sony's online store has added the usual grab-bag of new digital content, headed up by the availability of both Red Dead Redemption and its spooky Halloween expansion Undead Nightmare, as well as Telltale's new Jurassic Park adventure game.
Out of nowhere, Rockstar Games on its official Twitter has suggested that more downloadable content for Red Dead Redemption is coming, with a release date details to be provided "in the coming weeks."
Custom minifig creator Jaimie tells Kotaku he whipped up this little scarred beauty to celebrate the release of Red Dead Redemption's Undead Nightmare today.
Undead Nightmare delivers the tale of a hero, his zombie sweetie and the voyage to figure out just what they hell is going on... and shoot stuff.
My first thirty seconds of Red Dead Redemption's multiplayer went a little something like this: whistle for donkey, get on donkey, get shot in the face by somebody on a horse. That pattern continued for another few days.
Not everything included with Red Dead Redemption's Undead Nightmare, due Tuesday, involves reanimated corpses. You'll also get "land grab," a multiplayer mode that's a variant of king-of-the-hill, played on wider turf.
We knew Rockstar Games was going to include a cooperative multiplayer gamers vs. zombies horde mode in the October 26 Red Dead Redemption expansion Undead Nightmare. Who knew they were going to make a poem about it? See/hear it here.
Or splash them with holy water. Or lure them with zombie bait. Or shoot them with their own body parts. It's a dirty job, but John Marston has to do it, and this latest trailer shows us how.
For those who haven't picked up Red Dead Redemption, or aren't interested in its main singleplayer campaign, Rockstar will soon release a single disc that includes all of the downloadable content, playable without the main game.
You'll see husbands eating wives, mothers eating children, and one very pissed-off John Marston in the official trailer for Red Dead Redemption's Undead Nightmare.
I am intrigued by the upcoming zombie downloadable content for Red Dead Redemption. On the one hand, zombies are so 2008. I'm done with them. On the other...that's John Marston riding a zombie horse.
John Marston has a zombie problem. But zombies have a John Marston problem: John Marston's got a blunderbuss.
Comic-Con comes to New York this weekend, and as the comic books and the video games stick together like Baron Zemo's face and Adhesive X, we'll be there.
Hey, Zombie Abigail, you've got a little schmutz right below your mouth. Presumably just like every other bloodthirsty undead fiend in Rockstar's zombie adding expansion to the brilliant Red Dead Redemption.
After teasing us for two days, Rockstar finally delivers the terrifying trailer for Red Dead Redemption's Undead Nightmare downloadable content. It was well worth the wait.
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The end of the trailer tells us that the Undead Nightmare downloadable content is coming "very soon," but that's not soon enough.…
At first I was scared that Rockstar adding zombies to Red Dead Redemption would come off as silly. After seeing the first four screens for the Undead Nightmare downloadable content, I'm just scared.
Rockstar teases us with a first look at the artwork for the upcoming Red Dead Redemption Undead Nightmare downloadable content.