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Killing Floor (PC)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 54 reviews from magazines and websites. Opinions about the gameplay and graphics are on the whole positive. The value for money and multi player mode also get good feedback, whereas there are some critical reviews about the AI.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Killing Floor (PC) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 85/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 54 reviews)

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If you're looking to waste some time killing zombies and have completely lost all patience with Zoey's refusal to take off that hoodie in any appearance she has made post-L4D (like it's really cold in the south, seriously) then logon to Steam and check...

As you go in you are able to choose from one of many “perks”— specializations that give you bonuses depending on which one you have equipped in that round. For instance, the Sharp Shooter perk gives you discounts on pistols and accuracy weapons and...

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The first thing you'll notice when you fire up Iceberg Interactive's Killing Floor is that it connects automatically to Steam online, leaving you no option but to sit back while it takes around 15 minutes updating before allowing you to proceed. In...

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I can forgive you if you haven't heard of Killing Floor before today. You see, while it has previously enjoyed a strong following in the niche market of mods, it was only recently brought to the attention of some big names in the PC gaming industry;...

It has its flaws, but it's cheap, and definately worth your time!

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Killing Floor

 

Thumbs… level

Slaughter zombies with your friends. Lots of gore everywhere

Outdated. Doesn't give you any reason to pay for what is normally free

I have tried to find the difference between the commercial and the free versions of Killing Floor. Apart from the commercial game being tied to Steam, I can't find any difference at all. So the question is, what does the game have to offer to its...

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Killing Floor

 

In an almost fairy-tale like manner, this UT 2004 mod hits the big stage via steam in all its zombie glory...

We’ve talked before about digital distribution and the doors that it opens, but sometimes it simply needs talking to the right person, at the right time. Killing Floor, a new zombie themed survival shooter started off life in 2005 as a popular Unreal...

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Killing Floor

 

Zombies and a Howlin' Wolf reference. But will this indie co-op shooter rock?

Left 4 dead-style teamwork ; Abilities to level-up ; Bizarre bosses

Deeply juvenile art direction and voice acting ; Hideous UI ; Drab environments

The problem that underscores all this is that the game never feels more than a mod. The deeply juvenile art direction and voice acting, combined with the hideous UI and drab environments, make for a game that, although fun, has a distinctly amateurish...

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Killing Floor

 

"Killing Floor" is a great example of what a multiplayer co-op shooter should be.

Capable of running on old or less-powerful computers ; Shop and perk elements are an awesome addition to the game ; The Steam achievements are challenging, but not impossible and extend the replay value even more ; Cheap introductory price; $19.99 MSRP...

Visuals are a bit outdated, even if not bad

If you like zombies, enjoy first-person shooters, own a PC and have $19.99, there's not much else that beats the deal presented in this tidy little package. I highly recommend "Killing Floor" to any interested gamer.

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It may seem silly to release a cooperative zombie-killing game anywhere within a year of the launch of Left 4 Dead, but it turns out that these kind of games have been in development for far longer than just Valve Software's iconic shooter....

Playing with others is generally a lot of fun in Killing Floor. It's got a distinct feel and good hit feedback on each of the game's weapons, and getting into a cooperative match - yes, there's a solo mode, but it's not the way this was meant to be...

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Killing Floor

 

The Good: Nearly endless zombie-killin' action The Bad: Also mindless and pointless The Ugly: And highly repetitive Comparisons between Killing Floor and Left 4 Dead are inevitable. Both FPS games featuring zombie hoards even have several types of...

Ultimately though, the sort of plotless killing gets old, or at least it did for me. L4D felt like you were trying to go somewhere and do something. KF fails in that respect and instead feels like just a bunch of deathmatch games with the computer...

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Killing Floor

 

This former Unreal Tournament 2004 mod is more fun than it has any right to be.

Killing "zombies" is satisfying and fun ; Perks reward replay ; Stellar gunplay hits the spot

Still looks like a mod ; Needs more maps ; Dialogue borders on sexual harassment

Product Specifications

Adobe FrameMaker 8 software is a powerful authoring and publishing solution for technical communicators and an essential upgrade for existing FrameMaker users who want to author and publish technical documentation in multiple languages.

Header

Compatibility:Unix
Localization (Vendor Specific):Adobe Universal English
Manufacturer:Adobe Systems
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:Adobe FrameMaker

Software

Category:Creativity application
Distribution Media:CD-ROM
License Category:Media
License Pricing:Volume
License Type:Media
Licensing Program:Adobe Volume Licensing Transactional License Program (TLP)
Subcategory:Creativity - desktop publishing
Version:8

System Requirements

OS Required:SunSoft Solaris 8 / SunSoft Solaris 9 / SunSoft Solaris 10
Platform:Solaris