|James Woods |
I fucking loath Valve for not making a port of Left 4 Dead 2 for PlayStation 3. They say it its to difficult to program a PS3 port; bullshit. That's what was said about the Crysis engine too, and now Crysis 2 is coming to PS3 and it looks as good as the PC version.
I hear Valve is run by a fat man. Just sayin. (I'm talking about Gabe, not you Chet)
Wait, that didn't make sense. Let me try again. Ahem.
Well, seeing as this is how the Left4Dead PS3 port turned out, can you blame them?
I can't believe you've done this. PS3 is far more powerful than the Xbox360. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Sweet. I see a boomer there, I wonder if they added the other specials (and how so).
|Caminante Nocturno |
-1 star for lack of 8-bit smoker.
Out of 6.
Not that I'm going to take off stars for it, but really the point of L4D is that you play it with three other people and cooperation is necessary to win.
This is probably why there's no smoker or hunter; you can't beat them single-handed usually.
Otherwise it's just a lame 8-bit shooter with the sprites edited to look like L4D guys.
Two burning questions spring to mind on seeing this: is this real, and would infinite zest play it?
|j lzrd / swift idiot |
Yes. This is the kind of mod I like.
The gameplay is 8 bit, but the stuff in the beginning is like 16 bit.
Frankly this looks more fun than the actual game.
|William Burns |
The existence of Zombies Ate My Neighbors makes this thing a little redundent.
I really enjoy the basslines in old 8-bit NES-style video game music. Just thought this seemed like a good time to share that.
More amusing in concept than execution. After the nifty title and character select screens this is 4 minutes of someone playing what looks like a pretty boring game.
The creator says you have to download the finished thing to see the co-op and other specials. So 5 for the concept, -2 for the cocktease.
Looks better then the real L4D.
O yeah, I went there.
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