Generally favorable reviews- based on 14 Ratings
Positive: 2 out of 2
Mixed: 0 out of 2
Negative: 0 out of 2
May 2, 2011If your not connected to Xbox Live or don't have Red Dead Redemption, but want to try the Undead Nightmare pack for it, look no further, notIf your not connected to Xbox Live or don't have Red Dead Redemption, but want to try the Undead Nightmare pack for it, look no further, not only does it have the Undead Nightmare pack but the Liars and Cheats pack, and the Legends and Killers pack all in one, which adds more multiplayer modes, and a few more hours of story mode challenges, which make this a great deal.… Full Review »
Apr 7, 2014Undead Nightmare is a lengthy add on that would be substantial enough as a stand alone release of one of the best games of it's generation.Undead Nightmare is a lengthy add on that would be substantial enough as a stand alone release of one of the best games of it's generation. The theme of the game (the supernatural) takes an already epic experience to new and crazy levels, implementing much loved game mechanics from the original release in exciting ways.
From random encounters to the missions, everything feels just a polished as the original but spun with supernatural themes makes for a different experience that is an excellent fully fleshed out companion piece.
Those who struggled with the limits or the law in the full release will dwell in the fact that the law is nowhere to be seen, so there are no bounties or punishment from full out violence sprees spanning the entire map intact from the 2010 hit. And there are plenty or undead targets across the representations of the United States and Mexico to appeal to those who want to perfect their skills before tackling the abundance of full length missions in the game.
Rockstar again sets the standard for DLC/Add on releases giving those who couldn't get enough, much much more with a unique take on the Wild West.… Full Review »