Left 4 Dead 2 for Xbox 360
This sequel to the original Left 4 Dead once again challenges players to fight their way through a zombie apocalypse. This time around, players are immersed in a new setting and tangle with the “infected” with extra weapons and greater interactive capabilities.
Players join a posse of apocalypse survivors who team up to fight eight new kinds of infected zombies, who are dangerous to encounter and terrifying to behold. Fend them off with 20 new melee weapons, which include axes, baseball bats, and even frying pans to suit any battle scenario.
The American Southeast is the backdrop for this zombie apocalypse, and it’s rendered with vine-dense swamp trees and antebellum graveyards. The game quickly adapts its sound effects, obstacles, and weather to match players’ progress and ability, which lets them fully feel the consequences of each move they make.
Players adopt the persona of one of four survivor characters in this co-op game—and players certainly must cooperate in order to survive. Communication is essential as players develop strategies and charge into battle, and when teams really hit their groove, they can upgrade the game’s difficulty rating to “Expert” for an intense challenge.
” . . . it remains one of the most distinctive co-operative titles out there, and allows for some of the most nerve-searing team-based multiplayer gaming on the market.” – Charles Onyett, IGN
“Left 4 Dead 2 is better than its predecessor in nearly every possible way. It’s more demanding, more varied, and more entertaining.” – Russ Fischer, The AV Club
- Co-op shooter game
- Supports split-screen play
- Can be played in Survivor or Versus mode
- Xbox Platinum Hits Best Seller–awarded
- Developed by Valve
The Fine Print
Free returns. Does not ship to AK/HI/Canada/Puerto Rico. Most orders are delivered within 7 business days from the purchase date. Does not ship to PO boxes. See return policy. Must pay applicable tax and provide name and shipping address at checkout, which will be shared to facilitate shipping. How is the strike-through price determined?