Excerpt: Killing Floor was originally an Unreal Tournament 2004 mod that was later released in 2009 by Tripwire Interactive for download on PC. Killing Floor continued its initial success by releasing additional DLC and bonus content over last few years, and now, you can purchase Killing Floor Gold Edition...
Conclusion: Priced at around Ł15, Killing Floor is just about worth its weight. The extra content and support provided by Tripwire, as well as the modding community will help add extra value to that. Those of you who are happy with L4D might enjoy a change of pace with this title, then again you may not.
Excerpt: The first thing you’ll notice when you fire up Iceberg Interactive’s Killing Floor is that it connects automatically to Steam online, leaving you no option but to sit back while it takes around 15 minutes updating before allowing you to proceed.
Excerpt: Developer/Publisher : Tripwire Interactive / Tripwire Interactive Release Date : May 14, 2009 Rating : M for Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Partial Nudity, Strong Language Available On : PC Genre : FPS Number of Players : 1 (Offline); 1-6 (Online) Strong Points : Perk system adds plenty of...
Pros: : Perk system adds plenty of variety; realistic combat; fantastic weapon sound effects; easy to jump in; great level design
Cons: : Passable graphics; weak and sometimes grating voice acting; some animations can be stiff
Excerpt: You know, there was a point where I was very seriously considering a 3 out of 10. Even now, I could happily pen a sizeable list of Things I Hate About Killing Floor , and mount a convincing argument as to why they completely ruin any semblance of an entertaining game.
Summary: To be honest, I wasn’t really entirely interested in Killing Floor before its release. I know a handful of people considered it an anticipated title, but I was hesitant. I only really became interested in it when my Left 4 Dead CAL clan all decided to purchase it.