The Left 4 Dead 2 Boycott is a group of individuals who have pledged to boycott Valve's upcoming release of Left 4 Dead 2 on November 17th, 2009. We have assembled a manifesto outlining the basic concensus of many members of our community.

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Ryswick17 Jun 9 2009, 9:03am says:


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cW#Ravenblood Jun 10 2009, 7:35am says:

if u german its not so funny

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St0rmtr00per Jun 10 2009, 9:57am replied:

ach ich finds trotzdem lustig... :D
-I think it is funny

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ammd Jul 4 2009, 7:40am replied:

das ist weil man versteht was die in echt labern^^

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chaosmaster4 Jun 15 2009, 10:19am replied:

to tell the truth, most germans take the **** out of hitler, only the neo-nazis would be upset at something like this

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m82sniper Jun 21 2009, 8:09pm replied:

Silly guy.

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LoserMan255 Jun 27 2009, 1:21pm replied:

Nobody cares

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UkrainaGuy1111 Jun 27 2009, 1:49pm replied:

He cares

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redkaos Jul 9 2009, 4:51am replied:

i agree

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8195 Jun 10 2009, 1:54pm says:

lol i love this vid cause its actualy how angry these raging punk computer nerds are "i dont care bout the money its the principal of the thing" iv herd so many ppl say that and thats just childish i kind of dont agree with valve but its one mistake uve goten all these great games with valve and just because they do one thing u dont like u got to throw a temper tantrum

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Nokiaman Jun 10 2009, 2:04pm says:

OMG I lol'd so hard. So true XD

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redkaos Jun 11 2009, 4:46pm says:

funny but yall are saying you are on hitlers side so id think before saying hitler disagrees with l4d2.go for vice versa and more people will agree with you

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chaosmaster4 Jun 15 2009, 10:17am says:

Right on Adolf! fight for the revolution!

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jrgl_cuchallain Jun 15 2009, 3:01pm says:


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cycoboy Jun 18 2009, 12:32am says:

Don't you think using hitler to complain is really gonna get more people to agree? Because think about it, if hitler is agreeing with the boycott, then people will probably think this group is insane, and probably cheer for the new L4D2. Not saying that I want the game to be released yet, im kind of netrual.

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aidas2 Jun 19 2009, 9:30am says:

LOL: we'll buy hi a Nintendo wii next Christmas! Everything is so true

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ajrichie Jun 20 2009, 3:23am says:

wow i havn't laughed so much at a clip in a while. hilarious!

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AngryHillbilly Jun 21 2009, 1:51pm says:

Rofl that is brilent rofl. Btw its also an amazing film, called DOWNFALL i highly reccomend it.

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SpeedyDVV Jun 21 2009, 6:05pm says:

Heh, I laughed at that. :)

Despite that, I'll be cashing in my cheques, in wait for L4D2.

Still though, it seems like a good sequel, but 49.95 again?.. THAT is what depresses me.

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Craka_J Jun 22 2009, 2:50am says:


Text was a bit fast though.

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Boiled Jul 5 2009, 10:32am replied:

Yeah indeed.

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Jacread Jul 6 2009, 12:40am says:

Is **** though a sequel for a game that didn't need one and content from the sequel that could have been done in a series of updates seems stupid.

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56er Aug 20 2009, 10:13pm says:

100% meine Meinung
-100% agreed
This vid says really everything you have to be concerned about, missing content, beta sdk only, valve pushing communtiy to by l4d2, the ******* survival mode...
And btw, I can really laugh about Nazis and all there ******** doings, that my country was the one occupied by these rats teached german people a lesson they won't forget, so most people here would, most likely, smile about the vid (if they can understand the context of it).

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faulk Oct 12 2009, 1:38pm says:

hello, dummies. play your silly video games.

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ghostings Nov 29 2009, 3:28pm says:

For some reason this feels a bit like a self-diss, aligning the boycott with Hitler...

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This video was made in response to the news that Left 4 Dead 2 will be a FULL priced game where the new content should have been included into the first game as promised by Gabe Newell and Doug Lombardi.

For Gabe's statement. Go to

GameSpy: You said that the game is split into four campaigns. Are you planning for future downloadable campaigns?
Gabe Newell: Very much so. We're right in this transition. In the pre-Internet world you can only think of what you were offering customers as a box. You put everything into it, and thought of it as a one-time release. Now, customers want an ongoing entertainment service. So with Team Fortress 2, our product that's furthest along in terms of doing that, we found that the best way to get new customers was to get excited existing customers.

And the best way to do that was to release new maps, new weapons, add achievements. They're really interested in the characters and the story behind them. Every four to six weeks we've released movies about the characters. We just released a movie about the sandwich, which actually people have really enjoyed. We still need to release these boxes, these point releases, but as we continue to release new campaigns, new characters, new weapons, and tell stories about these characters, that's the best way to grow the community.

A lot of the value of a game like Left 4 Dead or a game like Team Fortress 2 is the community around it, since those are the people that you get to play with, and that's where you're deriving a lot of your enjoyment. So we're taking the same approach that we've taken with Team Fortress 2, and doing that for Left 4 Dead.

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Jun 9th, 2009
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