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@theubersmurf they did it cause the guy who voiced bill died :(
I honestly don't think they should have killed any of the original survivors. It had the feeling of putting L4D(1) to rest when they released The passing, but whether or not that was their intention, they've pretty much put the original game to bed permanently killing one of them. When really it's still a viable game, it really isn't that old. And while I like L4D2, I feel like it's both a step backward and forward, as opposed to all improved. I'm actually more interested in playing L4D(1) now than 2. And it just has the feel of someone telling their kid to quiet down and go to sleep, when it's not that early in the evening. (My perspective on that analogy may be different than some suspect, More of my friends are parents than children living with parents at this point, for perspective).
Right. Off to freeze myself until Tuesday. If it worked for Cartman, it'll work for me.
*sigh* I WANT THIS
im killing lewis. period.
BURN THOSE MOTHER F-ERS
so im confused is this DLC for 1 or 2. if its one why the hell would they do that?
Why do the 360 players always get hosed on the DLC? Who do I blame here? Now I have to run a conversion on the point scale again and see how much Microsoft is pilfering from me.Still excited I get to play as Bill again, though. Easily my favorite character. Was thoroughly saddened when they seemed to arbitrarily kill him off for LFD2.
That gave me chills
I don't get it. they have bill dying, they told us bill would dye, but they let us pick who dies?that stupid..especially since they were alive in the passing. I hope something has changed about that since I last read that bit of news
will bill have atleaste new voices? and cant wait for the comic next tuesday.
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