Scans come thanks to mckillustrator on the gametrailers forums.
"It's amazing how quickly civilization can go straight to hell - like when a freak windstorm hit Bellevue Washington, a few years back. 'We had 10 days where people didn't have power,' says Valve's Chet Faliszek, part of the large team behind the zombie survival shooter Left 4 Dead. 'It was this weird thing - you could go into the city and be okay, or you could stay out by my house and wait three-and-a-half hours for gas. And all someone had to do was tell those people, buth they were angry, they were fighting... it was bizarre.'
That idea of a world in crisis that quickly boils down to its brutal essence is reflected in Left 4 Dead's gameplay. Grab gun, kill zombies, and survive you journey from point A to point B by any means necessary. Even the controls are basic: Right trigger fires or attacks. You can carry only pistols and one other gun. The D-pad handles your basic gear - flashlight, homemade bombs, first aid, and pain pills. But from that simplicity comes strength: Valve has cut the bloated survival-horror game down to the bone."