Average User Score: 9.2Apr 13, 2014Single handedly the best game I've ever played in my life. This is the most balanced game ever created (yes including chess). Famous for beingSingle handedly the best game I've ever played in my life. This is the most balanced game ever created (yes including chess). Famous for being one of the first games that provided endless non stop free updates to keep the game fresh and interesting. To this day the community is as strong as ever and this game continues to inspire gamers and developers alike and give them something amazing to strive towards.
To say I got my "bang for my buck" would be a grievously colossal understatement. No game in history as ever been so good that it helped sell other games by offering items to redeem in that very same game. As such I think it's important to give proper respect to a game that essentially inspired gamers to try more and different games in the process. Hand's down, in solemn solute and prayers, this game is in a league of its own. I only regret that I could not give this game a score higher than 10.… Expand
Average User Score: 8.6Aug 1, 2012For starters, this is a highly underrated game, and the meta critic score does not do it justice. I find that there are very few games thatFor starters, this is a highly underrated game, and the meta critic score does not do it justice. I find that there are very few games that can tear me away from playing Team fortress 2 or Skyrim but this is one of those games. You probably won't find another game that has such a lighthearted take on zombie apocalypses and of British culture combined. For those of you thinking Left 4 Dead (L4D) franchise is better, your entitled to your opinion, but I may have to disagree with you. Each of these games are different and bring different qualities of gaming to the table. Whereas L4D franchise will take the fabled zombie apocalypse more seriously and try to be more realistic about how scary it might be, Killing Floor revels in the many opportunities you'll get to kill hordes of zombies. Basically it comes down to the very nature of how one might wish to combat certain death. You can either move from place to place cowering in fear in L4D safe houses, or you can laugh in the face of death and move from place to place buying weapons from the same merchant who knows all the good hiding spots and could never possibly think to harbor anyone else because she needs money in an apocalyptic future that still somehow has a working economy, especially for buying/selling guns which you will be spending all your money on in Killing Floor. Point is, Killing floor has bucket loads of replay-ability.… Expand