Undead Nightmare (360 / PS3, 2010) Video Game Music Review

Undead Nightmare (360 / PS3, 2010) Video Game Music Review

Welcome to Morning Music, KotkuNew, daily hangout for those who like video games and the cool-ass sounds they create. Today we are investigating the spooky sound for this Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare, One of the best video game extensions released so far.


The best? Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either. If you’ve locked me in the room and told me a list of the top 10 extensions I’ve ever played, Undead Nightmare (Longplay / VGMDB) Will be on top without a minute’s hesitation. It already took incredible Red Dead Redemption And used that world as a setting for one of my favorite zombie games I created. (I really like it Undead Nightmare, If you can not say.) And like the original Red Dead Redemption, Undead Nightmare There is a fantastic soundtrack.

With Red Dead Redemption Appropriate (Longplay / VGMDB), Undead Nightmare Was composed by music Bill Elm And Woody Jackson. The original game was music Intended to mimic the classic western movie soundtracks. Undead Nightmare The soundtrack takes on some of the same sounds and instruments and blends them with spooky echoes and creepy screams, whistles and pianos. The end result is something that seems perfectly appropriate for the old West suffering from zombies.

Listen!

Rockstar Games / Batistuta.rwm (YouTube)

Every few years I go back and play Undead Nightmare And it still holds. I am also thinking of playing this year. It’s a perfect Halloween game, and music is a great reason to work into the atmosphere. I really explore the world Undead Nightmare Being unsettling and creepy. Zombies hidden all over the map, huge open areas where you can easily chase, and small towns beside the never-ending people of Undead. Enough to scare someone a little! And then a song like this comes along and you feel the urge to turn on the lights directly or take a break:

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Rockstar Games / Batistuta.rwm (YouTube)

Like RDR ‘O Soundtrack, Undead NightmareSome of the songs performed by bands and musicians other than musicians Elm and Jackson are also featured. This is mostly used to help add experience to certain parts of the game A specific mission or narrative moment. My favorite of these is “Bad Woodoo ”by Creeps (Bandak amp), A song I still listen to regularly.

Rockstar Games / Batistuta.rwm (YouTube)

With the Halloween season starting soon (or if you’re me, it started like two weeks ago) Undead Nightmare Again a perfect game. If you’re too yellow-bellied for it, at least throw the soundtrack in the background when you eat candy carved pumpkins.


That’s for today’s morning music! As you can tell now, I’m a big fan of spooky Halloween things. So expect a few more weird and weird soundtracks to pop up next weekend. Anyway, chat about this soundtrack or anything else in the comments below. Or suggest some music you want to cover in future morning music posts!

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