RabidChinaGirl's Left 4 Dead 2 page

Today is only Tuesday, and we usually don't post anything too amusing until the weekend hits, but consider this... posted Mar 29, 11 1:55pm

If you haven't already heard, there's a new Mutation waiting in Left 4 Dead 2.  "Bleed Out" has finally given way... posted May 07, 10 10:28pm


I don't normally post on this blog now unless it's related to Neoseeker, but I just found the cutest *bleep*ing thing on Twitter: Left 4 Dead 2 gingerbread cookies.

Now part of the appeal is that these cookies are made by a gamer and his mum, not professionals. Kind of adds to the spirit, don't you think? I included the image above, but the larger photo can be found here, on GameGrep.

Personally, I find the Tank most adorable.

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Ever hear of the Midnight Riders?  Think about the "Dark Carnival" campaign in Left 4 Dead 2 -- ring any... posted Nov 19, 09 4:05am


Ha ha, our Left 4 Dead 2 review went up a little while ago, and I'm posting it for you guys now before I head off to bed. It's the Xbox 360 version, if you haven't already heard, so keep that in mind. We should have a review for the PC version soon though.

Seriously, this game got way scarier with the sequel. Valve decided to toss in some creepy environments like pitch black sewers, a sugar mill INFESTED WITH WITCHES, a murky swamp with nasty Mudmen... Yeah, seriously, I need to play this with other people in the future.

Here's the obligatory excerpt from the article, followed by a link to the full review:
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Turns out the sequel isn’t just a rehash as so many still believe it to be. With a new cast of Survivors and Infected, more complex gameplay, and gorgeous environments, Left 4 Dead 2 takes the series further with one giant leap, something none of us could fully appreciate without spending quality time with the final product. This second helping boasts an upgraded version of the original “Director,” the A.I. responsible for all those customized levels, randomized enemy population, player monitoring, world objects, weather effects, lighting, and everything else we loved about the original. The new A.I. Director 2.0 does offer a noticeably smoother, shinier product, and carries on the randomization that made Left 4 Dead unique.

Hopping straight into L4D2, players should catch a number of differences, with new items and Infected being the most noticeable. Melee weapons are sweeter than you might think, making zombie face-bashing that much more satisfying (beats shoving). Some weapons are more effective and amusing than others; the frying pan is fun to use with its trademark “clang,” but its short range and blunt damage makes it inferior to longer, deadlier weapons like an axe or katana – or “ninja sword,” as Nick calls it. Firearms can now be upgraded with laser sights for better accuracy, and frag or incendiary rounds for that extra kick. Boomer Bile (puke-in-a-can) serves as a non-exploding alternative to the pipe bomb, and defibrillators and adrenaline shots allow players to revive dead allies or gain a temporary speed boost, respectively.
LINK: Neoseeker reviews Left 4 Dead 2

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EA likes to give out free stuff, apparently. Now this is nothing like the crazy Dragon Age: Origins press kit EA sent tekmosis / Jamie, but I thought these were pretty neat anyway:


I had already pre-ordered Left 4 Dead 2 off Steam a while ago, but EA sent the 360 version over for review. The game came with those cards, which you might recognize as the in-game campaign "posters." It'd be way cooler if these had been actual poster size, but I'm not complaining. Currently wondering how I should display these, or if I ought to just hide them away somewhere.

Kinda funny though; the Parish card was on top when they arrived, and it was covered in fingerprints, presumably belonging to whoever packed them into the envelop for shipping. I could tell they weren't mine because the prints were so much larger than my fingers -- I gots small hands.

The review itself is coming along. I had originally been expecting Assassin's Creed II, but Ubisoft is playing extremely hard to get.

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On Friday, October 22, an incredible sweet Left 4 Dead 2 trailer began circulating the Internetz, presumably leaked... posted Oct 26, 09 8:58pm

Valve has an answer for that Left 4 Dead 2 itch.  Pre-order the game and you'll get early access to the demo on... posted Oct 15, 09 7:12pm

[image4 link=yes width=170 height=220][image5 link=yes width=170 height=220] Last week, a Taiwanese website posted... posted Oct 12, 09 5:45pm

Yesterday we noted that Australia's Classification Board stamped an "MA15+" rating on Left 4 Dead 2, and Gabe Newell... posted Oct 08, 09 5:12pm

Australia, an ideal spot for vacations and extreme sports, home to some of the deadliest snakes and insects known to... posted Sep 17, 09 2:24am

We all know the ESRB does their best to rate games accurately for the uneducated masses.  But who knew they had... posted Jun 18, 09 6:55pm

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  • "an upgraded version of left 4 dead! more guns, more hilarious characters, and melee weapons! Left4Dead2 PC"
    Curtzilla Jul 22, 12 8:49pm
  • "Another great step up from the original, but retracted from the darkness and seriousness that made L4D a classic. Left4Dead2 PC"
    Machienzo Apr 20, 11 6:49pm
  • "so many achievements to unlock T_T Left4Dead2 PC"
    tekmosis Jan 06, 11 10:38pm
  • "If you've never played L4D and you get L4D2 you don't need to get L4D as it has all the maps from the first. Left4Dead2 PC"
    tekmosis Jan 05, 11 12:22am
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