Captures the RE experience
Having Resident Evil 2 in a Left 4 Dead 2 format surprisingly works well here. It's been a blast playing a classic in a new game and the addition o...
This campaign did not disappoint and it was just as fun as the first Questionable Ethics. I liked how all the areas had that "under construction" look, which gave me a deeper look of the facility. ...
I played another Minecraft campaign for L4D1 but it pales in comparison to this one. You kept everything true to the nature of Minecraft, even the subtle things like with the Soul Sand. I also like...
This campaign left me with a lot of questions instead of me enjoying these maps. There's nothing that really hints on why the survivors need to reach their destination, nor do the survivors communi...
For the entire campaign, it felt like I was playing a twisted version of Portal. I liked a lot of the gimmicks but I didn't like the blue flooring that gives way when you step on them. It kind of b...
I adore this campaign. The city areas really felt like a city, especially the elevated subway tracks and I like how you had the optional door that held every special infected inside but also had ni...
This campaign has potential, but there's just so many flaws that I felt more frustrated playing than having a good time. The cameras should not be set off by infected since you could be miles away ...
I enjoyed playing through these maps and everything was pleasing to the eye. I didn't feel handicapped at all thanks to how bombs, pills and everything else were placed in the right spots. However,...
I liked playing through this map and the use of the storm and darkness really brought out the atmosphere, but there were some problems that really turned me off. In the 3rd map by the construction ...