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Left 4 Dead
  • Publisher: Valve
  • Genre:Action
  • Developer: Valve
  • Release Date:Nov 17, 2008
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:M - Mature (Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Language)
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Game Description:Setting out to do for co-op gaming what Counter-Strike did for team combat, Left 4 Dead is an ambitious survival horror game. Running on the Source engine, Left 4 Dead leaves four armed survivors of a world overrun with zombies, and they must fight their way out to escape the outbreak. Designed for co-op play, the four players must work together to finish each stage of the game, lending each other artillery support, sharing ammo and rescuing each other when zombies are on top of them. In addition to the standard four players as humans, another four players can be amongst the masses of assaulting zombies, seeking to take down the other players. Zombie players might even find themselves become one of the four mutant "boss" zombies, who have unique powers that can be used to devastate, injure, tie up, mark and track, confuse, or even humiliate the gun-toting human survivors.
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  • 'Half-Life 2: Episode 3' Concept Art Found

    The 2008 IntoThePixel E3 art gallery has some concept art for Valve's Half-Life 2: Episode 3, although sources tell us there won't be any Half-Life action at E3 as Valve is focused on pushing Left 4 Dead. The IntoThePixel web site lists the platforms for the supposed final installment as PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3. The game does not have...

    Posted July 11, 2008| 16 Comments

    'Half-Life 2: Episode 3' Concept Art Found
  • EA Unleashes E3 Schedule

    The mighty, mighty Electronic Arts unleashed their E3 schedule this afternoon, and it is predictably fierce and impressive. Like a 290 lb Lineman in Madden 09, EA's games will crush your very bones. “EA’s 2008 lineup is our best ever,” said EA CEO John Riccitiello. “This is the year that our core franchises leap forward...

    Posted July 10, 2008| 20 Comments

    EA Unleashes E3 Schedule
  • E3 Preview: Hands On With 'Left 4 Dead'

    G4 recently attended a event at EA where we were allowed some Hands On time with some of the most anticipated games EA would be announcing or showing off at E3. Some of them, we can't talk about yet. Others are free and clear and this is just one of several posts today, chronicling some the games we were able to demo at EA's E3 2008 Preview....

    Posted June 23, 2008| 31 Comments

    E3 Preview: Hands On With 'Left 4 Dead'
  • Valve Announces Steam Cloud for Online Saves

    Valve has announced a new feature for their online distribution platform, Steam. Dubbed Steam Cloud, the service will store save games and key bindings for Valve games on their servers. This will give players access to these files when playing from anywhere in the world just by logging in with their Steam account. The tools will be freely...

    Posted May 30, 2008| 9 Comments

    Valve Announces Steam Cloud for Online Saves
  • Valve: "We're Not PS3 Developers"

    Valve Software, the studio behind the Half-Life series, The Orange Box, and the upcoming Left 4 Dead talked about why there is no PS3 port of Left 4 Dead currently planned. Valve's Doug Lombardi told CVG, "We're not PS3 developers - we're doing PC and 360 like with Orange Box. EA came to us and said 'Wow, Orange box was an incredible...

    Posted May 5, 2008| 76 Comments

    Valve: "We're Not PS3 Developers"
  • Valve Acquires Turtle Rock Studios

    Valve Software is sitting pretty right about now. The Orange Box sold huge and Portal took home a ton of awards, but it looks like they are expanding. Valve has acquired Turtle Rock Studios, the developers behind the upcoming Left 4 Dead co-op FPS full of zombies and awesome. Here's our E3 Game Preview for Left 4 Dead: Watch Larger...

    Posted January 10, 2008| 6 Comments

    Valve Acquires Turtle Rock Studios

 


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