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Post by trog @ 08:26am 22/07/08 | 3 Comments
Left 4 Dead, Valve Software, zombies, co-operative multiplayer, PC (and Xbox 360).

I can't really think of any additional words that you'd need to hear to awaken a spark of interest in this game. Let's just say that it was one of the few games that really grabbed my attention at E3 (hardly surprising as it was one of the few PC-based FPS games). It is shaping up to look very cool and after the brief chunk I got to play I can't wait to take the final game for a spin with some mates.

Check out our E3 preview for a closer look.












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Viz
Posted 10:30am 22/7/08
It really does look awesome...
ctd
Posted 01:34pm 22/7/08
This will get the Steven Medal I reckon. Zombies + coop... What more can you ask for from a game.
fraxyl
Posted 01:59pm 22/7/08
When I see this game in action, I think the graphics are pretty decent. If the game has similar requirements to Team Fortress 2, I know it's going to look wicked on my machine.

As soon as this is available for pre-load on Steam, it shall be mine!
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