It%26rsquo;s not easy being a horse, especially a diabetic horse who works for GamesRadar. Every day, my non-horse managers assign me to write reviews for little human girl pony simulators. But that%26rsquo;s okay, because every day, the horse apocalypse draws nearer. Soon, I will be able to join my equid brothers and sisters in battle as we trample our former slave masters beneath our mighty hooves and ride towards a better tomorrow.
Have you ever seen The Birds? It%26rsquo;ll be kind of like that, except more dangerous, because horses are way stronger than birds. Yes, the horse apocalypse will be coming soon. But until then, the zombie apocalypse in Red Dead Redemption%26rsquo;s latest DLC will have to do.
Check out the launch trailer for Red Dead Redemption Undead Nightmare, a meaty DLC pack for XBLA and PSN.In addition to revealing a bit of what%26rsquo;s in store for the game%26rsquo;s non-horse protagonist, John Marston, the trailer also features some super sweet footage of the Four Horses of the Apocalypse, which you%26rsquo;ll be able to mount and ride hard as you shoot your way through hordes of zombies.
Above: This is War. He%26rsquo;s on fire and is running over undead humans, which are even weaker than regular humans
Above: One day, this could be you, running away from me
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