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Red Dead's 'Undead Nightmare' trailer frightens, excites

Sep 30 // Nick Chester

With the upcoming "Undead Nightmare" add-on content for Red Dead Redemption, Rockstar Games is speaking my language. Bats? Zombies? A full moon? Done.

Let me be honest and say I haven't completed Red Dead Redemption yet. I'm not a big "wild west" kind of guy, and other games have grabbed my attention, despite recognizing the quality of Rockstar's open-world experience. I have to finish it before the end of October because of important awards that must be handed out, and I hope I can do so before "Undead Nightmare" drops. But hey, if I have to take a break to kill some zombies, so be it.

"Undead Nightmare" will cost $9.99/800 MS Points, will feature a new set of single-player missions, new characters for multiplayer, zombie animals (!!!!), and more.


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