Summary: This game is very good. I was getting sick of playing Counter Strike, and wanted a zombie game that my old junk laptop could run and I stumbled upon this game. I must say this is easily in my top 10 fps games. You don't need a super computer to run it yet it still has decent graphics. I really like wave based survival type games. Quite frankly, call of duty zombies is a major letdown for me, and I feel this game is what cod zombies should have been.
Summary: S***, I bought this game on steam and have played 36 hours already. This s***addicting. Like, crack-mixed-with-crystal meth addicting. Remember that South Park episode where the boys get addicted to World of Warcraft (quality episode, by the way) and become those fat disgusting masses of organic material? Yeah, that'll be you when you buy this game. God help me. God help us all.
Summary: Great for wasting time blowing away mutants. I thoroughly enjoy this game, graphics are great, voice acting is pretty good and the maps are fun. I love the added aspect of improving your character throughout the levels.
Summary: It's fun for a round or two at a time, but every single match has almost the exact same outcome. The actual gameplay is what you expect of a zombie shooter, nothing unique, but still fun. Simply because of the repetitiveness of the levels I cannot endorse the game. I do suggest you find someone with a "guest pass" so you can try the game before buying it.
Why listen to these reviews? Judge for yourself...
K. Seyfert, Amazon
26 August 2012
Summary: The review title simply implies this is a "hit or miss" sort of game. You'll most likely either think it's a lot of fun and rate it a 5/5 or completely hate it and give it a 0 lol. I base this opinion on all the things you'll find written all over the internet; not very many luke warm feelings out there to say the least. Here I go with my two cents..
Summary: Killing Floor is a cooperative survival shooter that pits you and up to five other players against wave after wave of genetically modified, humanoid "specimens" that have escaped the laboratory and are rapidly overrunning England. Although they are technically not undead, and the game consistently calls them "specimens," these creatures, which travel around in hoards trying to eat people, certainly won't be offended if you mistake them for zombies.
Summary: I have Killing floor on my PC and its awesome. i wouldnt play alone, its not as fun as when you play with people wether theyre your friends or just random people. If you like zombie killing games defintly get Killing floor.