Obviously, I'm a Left 4 Dead fan and have two copies of Left 4 Dead and Left 4 Dead 2 on the 360. I play online off and on. I've been playing long enough that I think I'd be a useful member of any team, but don't expect miracles.
I live on a military base, that's cool. I get to see a lot of helicopters come in and out, watch Strykers drive past, and not pay tax on groceries... fun stuff. (I'm not actually the one in the military, that's my Dad.)
I'm somewhat of a collector of video games. Meaning that if the game is good, I never sell it. This policy has lead to me accumulating a rather astonishing number of games; I'm running out of places to put them. Point being, if you see a game listed in my achievements section that you have and would like to play with me, I probably still have it and would be able to.
I have six siblings (Two sisters, a brother, a step-sister, a half-sister, and a half-brother). All younger. Hold your sympathy, I don't hate any of them. Strange in today's world, I think.
Alright, I'm sarcastic. Being sarcastic is fun! However, people who aren't used to me can take what I say the wrong way. I ask that you at least give me a chance to explain myself if I offend you.
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My thoughts on Left 4 Dead
Left 4 Dead is awesome! It will be a game I play for years and years to come. If you listen to the commentary, you can tell that this was a game that had a lot of thought put in to making it. I love co-op; video games are so much better with someone else to play with. The fact that with the Hunter and Smoker you need a teammate to save yourself makes it so much more intense. The characters are realistic and I really grew attached to the whole group. Left 4 Dead's spawn system pretty cool and makes it easy to play it over and over again (as the designer's intended). In my opinion the game isn't so much scary as it is intense, which is good, because I'm not too good with scary stuff.
My thoughts on Left 4 Dead 2
My thoughts on Left 4 Dead 2 in relation to the first has changed. After playing until I was tired of it, I realized something: I wasn't tired of the first one yet. Don't get me wrong, I love Left 4 Dead 2, but it doesn't have the same feel that I loved about the original. Its like this: Left 4 Dead is a Horror game with strong action elements. Left 4 Dead 2 is a Action game with strong horror elements. Its in the characters, who are more goofy (overall), its in the campaigns (daylight), and its in the feel of the game. However, Versus is so much better in Left 4 Dead 2 and Scavenge offers some interesting changes. So overall I can see why people favor the second game.