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Would the Left 4 Dead franchise sell well if ported to the PS3?

Discussion in 'General Gaming Discussion' started by Tsukiyomi, Sep 29, 2013.

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  1. Tsukiyomi

    Tsukiyomi Red Wings Commander

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    I wanna hear everyones opinions on it, assuming any of you ever played them on the xbox 360 before.

    Even if it didn't sell well, i'd still buy it in a heartbeat. It's so fun and one of two FPS games i've ever played in my life (The other being Borderlands 2) online was amazing, I would join random games, though I did have a "group" to play with back then, before my 360 gave me a bright yellow middle finger.


    Also, whatever happened to that Cold Stream DLC for the 360 version? I havent kept up with Valve for years.
     
  2. Sapientia

    Sapientia ShinRa SOLDIER

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    Never played it; aside from some early Resident Evil games I'm not too much into the horror/survival horror genre. I've heard mixed things about it though.
     
  3. ImminentBread

    ImminentBread Balamb Garden Freshman

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    Well... It's Left 4 Dead. I'm sure it would sell a lot of copies on PS3.
    I played a demo of Left 4 Dead 2 on Xbox 360, and I think the game definitely works with a controller.
     
  4. Dollow

    Dollow Yevonite

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    I think they would do okay at first, but the problem I see is that it is so rooted in mods on PC that I think others would get bored of it at least on consoles.
     
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