Chair_ Feb 2, 2013 @ 5:08pm
Should I Get This Game?
Well tommorow is my bday and im gonna get a wallet code and i tied between little inferno or L4D 2 or shall i wait for a saale to get L4D2?
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Chair_ Feb 2, 2013 @ 5:21pm 
that didnt awnser my question should i get it NOW or LATER
BumWormz Feb 2, 2013 @ 5:27pm 
It's a great game, if you like Walking Dead then YES.
Chair_ Feb 2, 2013 @ 5:28pm 
Guys im not understanding what you mean are you reading the desc?
Aneezelo Feb 2, 2013 @ 5:35pm 
get it now if u have the extra money
Chair_ Feb 2, 2013 @ 5:37pm 
Ok i have .37C right now so its either get little inferno and get L4D2 on sale or just L4d2
GeneralTorjan Feb 2, 2013 @ 5:38pm 
YES,buy this game remember,STEAM WORKSHOP
Chair_ Feb 2, 2013 @ 5:39pm 
Thanks Guys but I REALLY WANT LITTLE INFERNO AND THIS BUT NO EXTRA MONEY FOR BOTH
The Gunslinger Feb 2, 2013 @ 6:32pm 
yes great game, it was by birthday yesterday, feb.1. btw, incase anyone want to gift me
Stabwoundz Feb 2, 2013 @ 7:21pm 
L4D2 is one of the best zombie shooters available. I would get it now, but if you want the other game too then you can wait for this to go on sale. Usually during the steam summer sale this game goes on sale for $4.99. I looked at the Little Inferno game you mentioned and I can't see how anyone could possibly enjoy that game more than this one.

The choice is yours either way, but if your asking for opinions I would vote for L4D2.
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Big Jim Slade Feb 2, 2013 @ 8:16pm 
Originally posted by RaVeN:
It's a great game, if you like Walking Dead then YES.
If only these zombies would walk. If only these zombies would eat you when you're down instead of kick you.
Magikarp Feb 3, 2013 @ 3:23am 
Dont bother, unless you want to play in singleplayer, or have experience with L4D1. You wont find as many raging basementdweller in any other game. So you either spend the first 20 hours training on expert level in single player, or you get kicked from every next multiplayer game.
It is a good game, and fun, but realy, the community will show you a whole new level of how much SERIOUS BUSINESS games are.

Oh and when you are too good you will also get a kick, cause obviously you are a hacker when you are better then the raging geek and his friends.

And dont forget, its an action game with the atmosphere of an action game. Just in case you are searching for a horror game.
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CabaLJB Feb 3, 2013 @ 3:32am 
Originally posted by ^2Camp ^3:3:
Dont bother, unless you want to play in singleplayer, or have experience with L4D1. You wont find as many raging basementdweller in any other game. So you either spend the first 20 hours training on expert level in single player, or you get kicked from every next multiplayer game.
It is a good game, and fun, but realy, the community will show you a whole new level of how much SERIOUS BUSINESS games are.

Oh and when you are too good you will also get a kick, cause obviously you are a hacker when you are better then the raging geek and his friends.
I have to agree...or if you have friends who also play it...but the ingame community can be very unfriendly towards newcomers
♥ ҉҈҉҈҈҉ArrowTheUnicorn (Banned) Feb 3, 2013 @ 6:34am 
2 Camp is right but you have to start somehow and little inferno looks like a rubish game tbh. If you want to play L4d2 you need to have a strategy so you dont get bad mouthed by serious gamers. SO I have devised a strategy for you to use in order to get good as you play without losing time. If you buy the game (i suggest you do cause its a game you can play even after you finish the campaign):

-Start with single player campaign on normal difficulty. Make sure you play all of the campaigns from start to finish on normal. This will allow you to get familiar with the guns and stages.
-Join an online normal campaign game and play with real people until you know the map and guns like the back of your hand. Shouldn''t take much time to learn this.
-Next you are sort of ready for competitive play. I warn you though you will probably be called a noob one in 4-5 games but if you try and watch what the other people with you and learn. You will be fine.

This will help you get good in the least amount of time possible. There are alot of people who buy the game and jump onto versus or other competitive games and ruin the game because the teams become very uneven. They get yelled at, and after about 3 mins of being in game everyone leaves.

Think you should buy the game, it is the most popular zombie game. LOVE IT LOVE IT LOVE IT and you will too. but dont get little inferno cause its ♥♥♥♥!
Magikarp Feb 3, 2013 @ 7:00am 
I would put it like this:

pro: great, innoveative gaming modes like versus; best zombie hordes ive seen so far in zombie multiplayer, good support by valve, you still get new content, well balanced, maps change slightly every time you play them ( locations of zombies and items), highlight: being infected in competative modes

con: horrible community, hackers every now and then, abused kickvotes, less a horror game then a shooter, slightly buggy, no ironscopes, only fun in multiplayer, not that funny playing the survivor in mp, you will be a called "noob" until you reach 100-200 hours (and you might not get that far if it frustrates you)

If you have seen such funny and awesome L4D videos on youtube, dont forget these are usually no random teams, but friends that play the game, or multiple games, together since a long time. Unless you already know a bunch if people that want to play L4D with you, it will hardly be the same.
If its possible for you to test it, (maybe ask your rl friends if anyone has it? Its also better to play it with friends then strangers, it lowers the chance of voteabuse on you) then try it first.
And if you want a zombie game with a story and ambience, maybe survival horror or somethinglike that, then you are better off with The walking dead (its just a bit more expensive), L4D2 is mainly run and gun. And if you want a singleplayer, forget L4D, sp is the same as mp, without most of the fun.

I cant help you with little inferno, i dont have it, but you might want to ask somebody who has, try the game forum if they have one. It has more then 1000 recommendations, and considering that its indie, released in last november, was never featured, and the theme is rather unique and might not be appeling at first to most people, i think thats a lot so it might be worth it.
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CabaLJB Feb 3, 2013 @ 7:12am 
Originally posted by ^2Camp ^3:3:
I cant help you with little inferno, i dont have it, but you might want to ask somebody who has, try the game forum if they have one. It has more then 1000 recommendations, and considering that its indie and the theme is rather unique and might not be appeling at first to most people, i think thats a lot so it might be worth it.
I own little Inferno and played it. It´s a fun experience. The fire looks very good and the game even has a nice little story. It´s also a lot of fun to find the "combinations".
It´s really relaxing you just sit there and burn stuff...some of the items they have a very funny...I liked playing it and I would recommend it! But in the end it´s your decision and you have to know what you want...because both games are very different
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