Set in the immediate aftermath of the zombie apocalypse, Left 4 Dead's survival co-op mode lets up to four players blast a path through the swarming zombie hordes and terrifying mutant monsters. Guide your survivors across the rooftops of an abandoned metropolis, through rural ghost towns and pitch-black forests in your quest to escape a devastated Ground Zero crawling with infected enemies.

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9 Illicit_Misfit

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TriNecatoR says
10 TriNecatoR

Feb 1st, 2014 0 people agree 0 people don't

Amazing coop shooter, one of my favouritest games from Valve :) It's sad, that Valve had released L4D2 then and completely forgot about original game. Deep horroric atmosphere in first L4D is more pleasant for me...

bambuca says
10 bambuca

Aug 31st, 2013 0 people agree 0 people don't

One of the best Left 4 Dead series ... I like this gameplay more then the Left 4 Dead 2.

IIISismameIII says
5 IIISismameIII

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L4DGammerPro says
8 L4DGammerPro

Aug 7th, 2013 0 people agree 0 people don't

So fuking awesome

kikiokyo says
9 kikiokyo

Aug 23rd, 2012 0 people agree 0 people don't

The catalyst for the popularity of zombie games, L4D provided the best blend of action, scares, social aspects, and pure replayability. With three distinct modes of campaign, versus, and survival, and with the addition of custom campaigns, it is a time sink for many hours with people online.

Graphics are still very good to today's standards, and the sound effects are superb with cues everywhere. The biggest plus for me was the various amounts of dialogue among the survivors, it makes each of them likable in their own way, and in some ways, relatable.

Controls are spot on, considering how basic it is. Very easy to pick up and play, with full access to the console commands as well (though some options of other Source games like fps_max are missing.)

Gameplay, while fun, has some odd moments that can leave something to be desired. The pacing is usually great (though the custom campaigns can be fatiguing) and AI Director does a decent job in changing things up for each playthrough. But, and this is a stinging "but", there will be moments where some oddities occur, like the hitboxes being off key. In addition, being a co-op based game, players will have to demand much from one another to pull through, on both the survivor and infected end, which is probably a tall order on the public scene. "Play with Friends" will be what Valve harps. The public community is not very kind, and with the release of a sequel, it has dwindled down. Still, very much worth it with friends, and with the custom campaigns out there, the simplicity of this game and the package it offers, there isn't much that this game can't provide for hours on end entertainment.

SpheriformLogic says
8 SpheriformLogic

Jul 25th, 2012 0 people agree 0 people don't

Left 4 Dead is awesome the first time through.

Only during the first time through.

After beating every campaign once, the game becomes boring and overused. The environments are always the same, with the same rooms and same weapons. Nothing changes except maybe the placement of weapons.

The enemies are a nuisance and sometimes ruin parts of the game. Examples include all four survivors being attacked by special infected at the same time, leading to an instant game over.

Multiplayer too becomes boring because nothing new is brought to the game. It's the same maps over and over again.

I give the game an 8/10 -- losing 2 points because I stopped wanting to play it after I beat it once.

prdg says
10 prdg

Mar 24th, 2012 0 people agree 0 people don't

The best co-op in his time. One of the best co-op at the moment.

fartingstranger says
10 fartingstranger

Nov 10th, 2011 0 people agree 0 people don't

Little content, but I enjoyed the gameplay and atmosphere

Fefor says
10 Fefor

Jul 20th, 2011 0 people agree 0 people don't

One of the best zombie games i ever played

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