Left 4 Dead


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"By leveraging its industry-leading AI technology and years of Counter-Strike development experience, Turtle Rock is building upon the elements that make Counter-Strike successful and applying them to Left 4 Dead. What Counter-Strike did for multiplayer action games, Left 4 Dead will do for co-op games."

Sounds like your typical marketing hype, but here comes the goods... from the artwork it appears that this is a co-op game fighting hordes of zombies.  Awwww yeah.

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 11/25/2006 12:11  |    4

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Blick (Level 6 Commander) @ 11/28/2006 18:46
Reminds me of the Hunter games already.

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finite (Level 6 Serial Killer) @ 11/25/2006 21:21
If only someone could write a zombie killing FPS with co-op, maybe set it on one of Mars' moons, and give us lots of Big F'n Guns.

I kid, I kid. ;) This sounds awesome. Just a shame the Source engine only runs on Windows... I'll stick to playing Doom.

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Equinoxx (Level 3 Stalker) @ 11/25/2006 15:58
zombies for the win (see my wip on the forum) this is great news imo ...

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Blueberry_pie (Level 7 General Manager) @ 11/25/2006 13:21
Hell yeah! Co-op games and zombie games are awesome, so this sounds like a winner to me.
There used to be some magazine scans floating around the internets with lots of artwork and screenshots... it looked pretty great. Sadly all the scans seem to have been removed now because that issue of the magazine isn't out yet or something.

Any game using the Source engine gets a thumbs up from me, because it will always run on my PC. Huzzah!

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