How do you go about creating a new co-op experience that will continue to entice players to return while also nurturing an environment where teamwork is mandatory? Perhaps one of the best answers to this question came in 2008 when Turtle Rock Studios and Valve released Left 4 Dead.
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Watch out for Witches and Boomers, because Francis, Bill, Zoey, Louis, Coach, Ellis, Nick and Rochelle from Left 4 Dead 1-2 are coming to Zombie Army Trilogy.
Valve is following Epic Games with a one way ticket to game-building freedom as it has made its Source 2 engine for free for all you would-be developers out there.
Cling together in order to survive this week's Greatest Game Art Ever, featuring art from Left 4 Dead.
PC players are getting a big STFU from Steam. That's right, Super Time Force Ultra is coming to Steam and is getting some bonus characters from Valve.
The modder who made Counter-Strike a household name reveals his behind the scenes experiences with the next installments of the Half-Life and Left 4 Dead franchises.
Ever wonder what your favorite game would be like as a movie? Well, wonder no more! Arcadesushi's Cast That Game series is going to take a pain-staking look at your favorite games and, using our crack skills as connoisseurs of pop culture, figure out who to cast in this video game-turned-movie. This week's game? Left 4 Dead!
The zombies have arrived, and they've infiltrated every aspect of pop culture. These days it seems like everyone's dreaming up zombie versions of their favorite characters, coming up with special zombie levels of their favorite games, or kicking it up a notch with entire games devoted to the walking dead. Left 4 Dead and Dead Rising are two such games riding on this wave of carnivorous corpses, so it only seems logical that we pair the two undead franchises up against one another to see which one is the zombie-slaying champion.