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…
Christmas. It's not only a holiday, but a mood, a memory. Movies ranging from It's A Wonderful Life to Home Alone capture that festive feeling. Video games, do not.
Before Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare launched, Rockstar's Dan Houser compared the zombie add-on to a 70s horror flick. With Halloween right around the corner, get out the popcorn, because here is a field guide to some crazy Westerns.
Rockstar Games' Old West tour de force Red Dead Redemption catches zombie fever—as video games now tend to do—with the Undead Nightmare add-on, a meaty, mystical expansion to the comparatively sober original adventure.
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.
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.
Posted today on Rockstar's official blog, under the headline "WTF?" Will we be seeing Bigfoot in Undead Nightmare? Thanks to tipster Walter P.
The dead walk the earth in the the zombie add-on for Red Dead Redemption, Undead Nightmare. While zombies are tres passe, Rockstar thinks it can put an original spin on them. Here's why:
Zombie bears. Desperate people who need rescuing. The great weapon of Holy Water. A flaming horse called War. A plague of violent weirdness is coming to Rockstar's hit western Red Dead Redemption. The forthcoming Undead Nightmare is infested with it.