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Killing Floor Review

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

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Tripwire Interactive talks Killing Floor 2 (and enhanced dismemberment engines) during panel event

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Tripwire Interactive took part in a panel at PlayStation Experience over last weekend (the game's coming to PS4 as well as PC), and they were pretty excited to show off the dismemberment and gore engine they've come up with for Killing Floor 2.

Said system is called M.E.A.T., which stands for Massive Evisceration and Trauma. You've probably now got some idea about what kind of game Killing Floor 2 is. Not for kids, basically.

Killing Floor’s Twisted Christmas event is out now

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Killing Floor’s Twisted Christmas Thrill Chill 2014 seasonal update is now available to play, offering a nice bout of festive dismemberment for you to enjoy.

The update adds a new map set in a zed-filled amusement park, and a selection of Christmas themed enemies to slay.

Killing Floor 2 is disgusting in the best way possible

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Tripwire Interactive certainly isn't skimping on the gore in its upcoming zombie co-op sequel, Killing Floor 2. In fact the development team has come up with whole new dismemberment system that takes the blood n' guts to a whole new level.

The M.E.A.T system (that's Massive Evisceration And Trauma by the way) is heavily inspired by Soldier of Fortune 2, a game that elevated poking holes in people into a disgusting art form.

Killing Floor 2 video shows off five unpleasant enemies

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Tripwire Interactive has released a new video for their upcoming co-op zombie-blaster, Killing Floor 2. It shows off five different enemy 'zeds' that could really do with some killing.

They are; the Clot, Slasher, Crawler, Cyst and Fleshpound. The crawler is some kind of spider-zombie thing. There's no need for that.

Red Orchestra's Tripwire reveal Killing Floor 2, endgame "much more entertaining"

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The sequel to Tripwire's co-op shooter Killing Floor has been revealed by the developer, and it's apparently coming to Steam and Early Access 'much sooner than we'd expect' it would. It'll also support Steam Workshop.

A big emphasis for the team this time is the endgame, which is "much more entertaining and has a lot more replay value," promises Tripwire president John Gibson. No release date yet.

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