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."
Nobody is talking about it but people love zombie flicks. It's like a cult of it's own.
Poor PS3 is in for yet another beating this holiday.
Gears of War 2, like it or not is the most hyped exclusive game of the holiday. 360 has everything on it's side again. The games, the price as it continues to rack up gamers and sell software at the expensive of Sony's high priced blu ray player.
And wot other games does the 360 hav to offer after Gears 2 and Left 4 Dead - cough cough
Sad little man
Another title I am looking forward to on the Xbox 360! This looks to be a sleeper hit of the holiday season, Mirror's Edge could be another.
You can't touch this.
Unless you steal it, but then you're just making it so they'll never make PS3 games.
Who would make games for a bunch of grubby bento box carrying retards?