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Left 4 Dead Review

Posted on Thursday, November 20 2008 @ 14:05:41 CET by


Yet while unquestionably excellent and powerfully addictive, Left 4 Dead never becomes intoxicating to the point that you realise you haven’t eaten all day and you’ve got a review due tomorrow. A single ninety minute campaign is generally enough to slake your thirst for blasting zombies – for a few hours at least – and should be easy enough to organise between a group of friends.

And friends are what you’re really going to need if you want to get the very best out of Left 4 Dead. Playing with the bots the game is a shadow of its potential greatness and the higher difficulty settings will remain strictly off limits, but get three friends together with microphones and Left 4 Dead is possibly the best multiplayer game ever – not something that we say lightly.




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