Enjoy games more by playing them with responsible players. Join us to avoid griefers, rage-quitters, and other frustrations. We focus mainly on Left 4 Dead 1 and 2, but players of all games are welcome.
To join our community, click "Enter Chat Room" over to the right. If you can follow a few very basic rules in-game, you’ll become a member in no time at all.
This group originally formed as a splinter from the L4D Play Responsibly Club. After growing discontent at developments in the group, this is a new home for people to continue playing the games they love in a fun environment.
One of the best surprises of 2012. The atmosphere is incredible, and the music is magnificent. The game's difficulty may be a little high, but this is also another reason why I love this game. It reminds me of good hard arcade games of old. You need very fast reflexes - decisions are made in less than a second, else you're dead. You hesitate half a second between killings, and you end up soiling the floor with your blood.
One negative point: no vsync.
Don't judge a book by its cover. This little gem is one of the best strategy games I've ever played! I especially love the lack of eye-candy, which in this kind of games is just a distraction.
Many campaign options and modding capabilities extend the game's longevity, and replayability is assured.
Frame rate slows down at times in big cities, but that's not too bothersome.
I wasn't so hooked to a shoot'em up since, like, many years? Keep in mind that I never liked bullet hell shooters, I'm more of a "classic" oldschool shooter fan. And I don't like vertical scrollers with horizontal orientation either. In fact I actually bought this game mainly to support the makers, I thought I'd never play it much.
Was I so wrong!
This game is really something special -- the unlockables keep you coming back for another play; the soundtrack is engrossing and beautiful; the graphic style is wonderful; the gameplay mechanics quite simple; the boss battles are extremely enjoyable.
I even played it with the keyboard before I managed to get hold on my old arcade stick. Keyboard play is feasible, although the Divine difficulty level proves to be unmanageable without an arcade stick. I can fare better with a keyboard than a joypad anyway.
One thing missing is some scanlines graphic options which would improve the visual quality.