When former outlaw John Marston wakes up at his farmhouse, he finds a world gone insane: overnight, deranged hordes have overrun the towns and outposts of the American frontier. In a desperate attempt to save his family, Marston must traverse a world torn apart by chaos and disorder, using every skill he has to survive long enough to find a cure.
Rockstar is not known for taking DLC lightly, but Undead Nightmare is undeniably the crowning achievement in their growing list of high quality supplementary content. Unlike the rest of the Red Dead Redemption DLC, Undead Nightmare is a standalone offering, separate from the original campaign. That's because Undead Nightmare doesn't just add a colossal dose of new content, but also irreversibly tweaks the entire game world and story. The plot begins with John Marston returning home to a normal evening with wife and son. That night, their sleep is disturbed by a zombie attack, and once Marston's family is infected, he goes out in search of a cure, or at the very least an explanation. The game dips simultaneously into humor and horror, but never goes so far as to... Read Review