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GF Rating
7.5

22209 ratings

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GF Rating
10

Perfect

ZOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOMBIESSSSSSSSSSS

posted by goodgamer500 (Coupland, TX) Jun 27, 2011

Member since Jun 2011

3 out of 3 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

ZOMBIES HERE ZOMBIES THERE ZOMBIES EVERYWHERE THIS GAME IS AWSOME U SHOULD RENT WHAT ARE U WAITING FOR RENT IT NOW I MEAN IT

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GF Rating
10

Perfect

Still don't know why?

posted by Skinny (THEODORE, AL) Jun 8, 2010

Member since Apr 2009

12 out of 13 gamers (92%) found this review helpful

This game is only rated 7.5. This game has to be one of the best looking and most enjoyable co-op I've played since contra back on the NES.

This game has the goods. The only thing that would have made this better would be to introduce iron sights in the game.

The game just looks so gorgeous. Taking just a small half of a zombies skull with a machete never looked better.

I never played Versus on this sequel mainly because I prefer plain old co-op.

If you have friends coming over a lot, this game makes a great 2 player couch co-op. The second player can even sign on as a guest and play with two others friends online.

Or if you have a lot of XBL buddies who own this game then don't rent it. Buy it! It's not even full price anymore if you know where to shop.

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GF Rating
8

Very Good

YES!! it's worth your time and money.

posted by Adder0 (PITTSBURGH, PA) Nov 30, 2009

Member since Nov 2007

37 out of 47 gamers (79%) found this review helpful

I hear many people complaining that this game should have just been DLC for the first L4D. I don't understand the rationality in this complaint. As we all know, Microsoft likes to charge as much as possible for the DLC in their video games, regardless of the consent of the game developers. L4D2 has five new campaigns, one new multiplayer mode and a plethora of new weapons and technical improvements. If all of the content in L4D2 were to be released as DLC for the first game you would be looking at well over $60 of content. This installment takes the foundation that was laid in the first L4D and completes the structure with more zombies on screen, enhanced difficulty and more lengthy campaigns. I'm not kidding, the campaigns in this one are much longer than the ones in the first game. The inclusion of melee weapons definitely makes this game worth checking out. Not only is it incredibly satisfying to mash and tear zombies with melee weapons it also adds a new dimension which can, depending on the difficulty, change the tactics required to complete a campaign. The chainsaws, baseball bats, frying pans, etc..., are the sprinkles that were missing from the cupcake that is the first L4D. The only fault i find in L4D2 is that the freshness is gone. After i finished the campaigns and snatched all of the achievements i didn't feel quite as compelled to keep returning to the game like i did with the first one. Although, because of the co-op formula and improved AI director the game can feel completely original at times, depending on your team of players and their attitude. If you enjoyed the first please give this one a rent so that we may increase the replayability of the game by experiencing the game with as many different people as possible.

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