Posted: March 22
Killing floor is a horror fps game that is similar to game elements of the Left 4 Dead series. You go through different maps with hordes of zombies charging at you from all sides where you have to watch your back or else you could be instantly dead. It is fun to play with four to six people including you.
Gameplay: Aiming is lackluster some with the variety of weapons you get to buy after each wave ends and another begins. Once a wave ends the trading shop is open where you spend money that you just got from fighting through hordes of zombies each wave. Your money stacks up once you kill more and more enemies and you lose money when you die before a wave ends. There is a red-line that helps guide you along your way to find the shop; though your usually given only thirty seconds of time to make it there , purchase your new weapon or weapons and buy ammo.
Graphics: Graphics are on par with the first Left 4 Dead graphics. Everything is crisp and it is well optimized for various different machines.
Community: When I look at steam charts this game is usually high up there still just like the Left 4 Dead series with how many lobbies are open and how many players play at any given time. They also have the community workshop implemented in this game where others can create some cool things.
Overall: The game feels more simplistic with its shooting mechanics then does Left 4 Dead which I like. It is fun, addictive like some other shooters like Left 4 Dead series of course and Call of Duty. You can hear zombies moaning, groaning and hear loud noises of a female zombie called a siren that let's out a large squeal before she is attacked.
10/10 Time well spent and enjoyed it better than what I have played and seen from Left 4 Dead 2.