gamers (88%) found this review helpful
When i first heard about RDR: UN, i was afraid that this was going to be another "zombie game" in which everyone would just mindlessly slaughter zombies with uber-guns. But no, this is better, find out why in my review:
Gameplay: Nothing different from the original RDR, so don't get all excited and hope for a new combat system (no V.A.T.S. !). But TT does manage to make the system seem a bit smoother, if that's even possible...
Storyline: I was simply blown away by the new storyline. I mean, seriously, they were able to make a great game with top-notch graphics and combat without sacrificing ANY storyline! John Marshton returns in this sub-sequel to fight the living undead which have invaded a town. There are no moral choices (bad yet good) which eliminates any moral questioning about your methods in killing the zombies. I won't spoil a bit though! Sorry!
Graphics/Sound: Nothing better, nothing worse. Don't get your pants in a knot, waiting for some new graphic property that they added.
Conclusion: Yes, this is more of a stand-alone DLC rather then a sequel, so don't expect anything major. I rented it, completed it and found plenty of enjoyement, but i think it's not worth the purchase unless you are really trying to a make an M-Rated PS3 Grand Collection, like i am.
OUTLAWS TO THE END!! (even in the looming apocalypse!)
gamers (91%) found this review helpful
This game was pretty hard due to the sheer number of zombies that come running after you at full speed; makes it difficult to get a shot off at them, but once you get it down you'll be able to kill 'em off and have a good time doing it. There are interesting weapons and combinations to use for blasting or roasting zombies, I thought the blunderbuss was a fun one to use-loading it up and using zombie body parts as ammunition to shoot at them making them explode upon impact was awesome! I recommend this game, give it a go!
gamers (100%) found this review helpful
This game is an awesome expansion on a already great game, Red Dead Redemption.
You kill zombies, as you would expect in any "undead" game, but everything else is undead as well. Horses, bears, dogs, etc. Makes is challenging when they're moving fast and attacking you, but it is fun to shoot them.
Great game to rent, not buy. Often see it for $29.99 or $39.99 in stores, and this is not worth that hefty price. At the most, it is $15.99, since it is a standalone game, not just an add on.