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    dkirschner's Killing Floor 2 (PC)

    [May 11, 2018 05:36:11 PM]
    I bought Killing Floor 2 during Extra Life 2016 and was really impressed with how wonderfully gory it was. It's a co-op FPS with lots of zombies and other hellish creatures. According to Steam, I've played 15 a year-and-a-half. I've recently been cleaning out multiplayer games and think I'll keep this one installed, because I played some more last night, and it really is fun, if a bit repetitive. There are a lot of character classes with different weapon specialties. I have been playing mostly with the Gunslinger, who uses pistols and a shotgun. General shooty class. Every 5 experience levels, you can access to a choice between two perks for the class (you can change the perks). I think there are like 20 or 25 levels, so there are a lot of perks, times however many classes, means a hefty amount of knowledge, skill, and time to master everything.

    So you choose your character, choose your difficulty (it can be a leisurely and gory romp or a ridiculously difficult infinite waves game, your choice), and go into a random match or lobby or whatever. Game starts. It's shorter, medium length, or longer (and I think there's an infinite mode now). I've only played short, which is four waves. After each wave, you go spend your money (earned for killing enemies? I'm not really sure. But I know you can "throw" money at other players and share) at the upgrade station to buy ammo, armor, and new weapons. At the end of the fourth wave (on short) there's a boss. I've seen really only one boss boss, and then other bosses that are variants of strong enemies that already exist. I wish there were more. They generally eat a ton of bullets and I usually die, but that's partly because I'm not very good at the game.

    I think the way to play this game is to focus on one or two character classes first to get pretty good at them and learn the ropes. I have...failed to play this way, having dabbled with most of the classes and not having played one enough to really understand it. I should follow my own advice!
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    dkirschner's Killing Floor 2 (PC)

    Current Status: Stopped playing - Something better came along

    GameLog started on: Sunday 5 February, 2017

    GameLog closed on: Monday 1 July, 2019

    dkirschner's opinion and rating for this game

    So bloody! ------------ Closing this because although I haven't "beaten" it, I doubt I'll come back to it and I'd rather play other things.

    Rating (out of 5):starstarstarstarstar

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