The following QuickTime movie is a quite exciting game play video of Left 4 Dead, which is one of the latest games that have been published by Electronic Arts. Left 4 Dead was developed by Valve Corporation, the game developer of the hit game series Half-Life.
The difficulty level is advanced. And the campaign and the chapter are No Mercy and Rooftop Finale, respectively.
Francis, Bill, Zoey and Louis finally arrive at the top floor of Mercy Hospital. They manage to go to the rooftop of the building to call for help. In fact, one of them calls for rescue. All they have to do is hang on for some 15 minutes, and a helicopter will arrive to pick them up. They have to defend themselves from about one hundred zombies until a helicopter arrives. In the end, at least one of them will survive. Continue reading
Left 4 Dead is one of the latest games that have been published by Electronic Arts. It was released in North America in November 18. Left 4 Dead was developed by Valve Corporation, the game developer of the hit game series Half-Life.
Scene from Stubbs the Zombie
Scene from Stubbs the Zombie
So what kind of game is Left 4 Dead? If you watch the introductory cinematic movie, you will find out that some sort of an infection has hit a large city. If you have seen a 2008 movie ’28 Days Later,’ you will get a quick idea about the game. Anyway, it’s an action movie involving a number of zombie creatures. A zombie game… If you are a Mac user, you may perhaps remember a 2005 game called Stubbs the Zombie: Rebel without a Pulse (developed by Wideload Games). Left 4 Dead is a bit different because it supports multiplayer game and co-op game. Also, Left 4 Dead has no solo-player campaign. Whether you play the game online or offline, it involves four players, of which 3 players may be controlled by the computer.
The following QuickTime movie is a game play video of Left 4 Dead. The first 4 minutes and 30 seconds of the movie shows game’s introductory cinematic video. Then it shows a single-player offline game play, starting with Chapter 1: The Apartments and then part of Chapter 2: The Subway, which are both from the campaign called No Mercy. Continue reading
The following Dead Space game play video covers the first half of Chapter 4. Note that this is not a walkthrough video. It’s just an entertainment video for those who don’t play Dead Space. If you need tips in completing your game, you may want to click here to read our game walkthrough for Dead Space.
They thought they reactivated the ship engine so that they could go home. But Daniels says that Asteroid Defense System (ADS) is disabled. Isaac arrives at the Bridge and joins Hammond. He first instructs Isaac to activate the Atrium elevator. Then Isaac can go downstairs and enable ADS cannons. Continue reading
The following Dead Space game play video concludes Chapter 3. Note that this is not a walkthrough video. It’s just an entertainment video for those who don’t play Dead Space. If you need tips in completing your game, you may want to click here to read our game walkthrough for Dead Space.
Isaac has managed to fix the centrifuge system. He is now on his way back to the Control Room. After opening a gate, he gets captured by a mysterious, gigantic eel-like creature (Tentacle).
Finally, his last destination is the Engine Room. Now that the refueling sequence is enabled, Isaac needs to go there to activate the engine sequence. Continue reading
The following movie is a game play video for Electronic Arts‘s latest racing game Need for Speed Undercover. The game debuted in November 20. Need for Speed Undercover is also available for video game consoles such as Xbox 360, Playstation, Playstation 2, Playstation 3 and Wii.
Need for Speed Undercover is a sequel to 2006 racing game Need for Speed Carbon. The PC version of Need for Speed Carbon was released on October 31, 2006. The Mac version of Need for Speed Carbon was one of the games that were introduced by Steve Jobs during the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June, 2007. Accordingly, the Mac version was released on August 17, 2007.
The following QuickTime movie shows the first 16 minutes of a game play for Need for Speed Undercover, which we played on the Windows partition with a resolution of 1600 x 1200. It shows all cinematic scenes plus a few challenges without interruption. Continue reading