PALGN have a collection of 20 just released screenshots of the upcoming coop survival shooter, Left 4 Dead, from Valve.
8 months of polish will make this a very pretty game. I can't believe the way this looks now, they make progress every few weeks by leaps and bounds.
The screens are fantastic and are no doubt something to look forward to. However, it wouldn't strike me as impressive as 'leaps and bounds' of what we would find today. To be quite honest, Gears of War had better graphics. I'm still getting this game though.
I don't think the developers (Turtlehead?) are aiming to break any graphical boundaries with this title. It seems it's focus lies purely on the gameplay. Looks like a lot of fun.
Do fanboys always twist whay others say to have an excuse to give their opinion.
I said every time I see the game it looks better and better in small amounts of times.
.....cant wait for this game. It will be seriously brutal and playing it with friends will be so much fun.
The graphics need some MAJOR improvement.
I don't think they are trying to compete with Killzone 2 or Gears of War. The aim of this title seems to be to achieve great multiplayer gameplay. IMO it could have looked far worse.
Now if only Microsoft would make Live free, I would buy this for the 360. I'll just play it on the PC.
Too bad this isn't coming to the PS3 :(. Valve, for some reason, dislikes developing on it. And no, they didn't do the Orange Box on the PS3. EA did.
yep look like a lot of fun, like when i bought a gamecube just for RE4 lol
The multiplayer is very innovative and that makes me curious about this game..
This game looks cool, I'm looking forward to playing it.
of this on gametrailer tv.looked crappy,
but frenetic action.
The characters have a lot of detail.
Being a Source engine fanatic, the graphics in this game are incredible. But they're just icing on the cake compared to the ridiculously fun co-op gameplay.
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