Slaughter zombies with your friends.
Lots of gore everywhere.
Perk System adds in a layer of depth.
Bullet time is a cool addition.
Addictive and enjoyable gameplay.
Perks reward replay.
Doesn’t give you any reason to pay for what is normally free.
No Single Player Campaign.
No Bot support (offline or online).
Bullet Time cannot be controlled
Still looks like a mod.
Needs more maps.
Dialogue borders on sexual harassment.
By New Game Network on July 21, 2011
How much you enjoy Killing Floor, and how long you play it for, will be governed by one simple factor: how much do you enjoy killing zombies? If the simple act of shooting a variety of shambling, groaning monstrosities in the face is enough to hold...77
By Armchair Empire on September 15, 2009
While some folks are licking their chops for Valve's upcoming , others are enjoying a different flavor of co-op zombie apocalypse right now. What started off as a mod for has evolved into a fully realized and pretty good game presented...75
By Gaming Daily on August 21, 2009
The best way I can describe Killing Floor to someone who hasn’t played it would be ‘the B movie underbelly of Left 4 Dead’. It’s an FPS with zombies meant to be played co-op. Where L4D limits you to 4 people though Killing Floor allows 6 (actually...-
By Hooked Gamers on August 17, 2009
Killing Floor started its life as a mod for Unreal Tournament 2004 and quite frankly, it should have stayed that way. Its aspirations to become a commercial product dont suit its scope. That quick to the draw statement was not born...67
By NowGamer on August 05, 2009
How Killing Floor performs in the next few months and whether it will endure after Left 4 Dead 2’s release will depend on how the map-makers and modders support the game, as there’s only so much life in the six maps that come with the box....84
By Tech2 on July 27, 2009
And the game does offer a healthy arsenal of weapons to choose from. As opposed to Left 4 Dead that offered a pretty limited arsenal, Killing Floor allows you to unleash hell with a plethora of varied weapons like shotguns, flamethrowers, rocket...70
By BrightHub on July 22, 2009
Read this review…80
By Strategy Informer on July 14, 2009
Officially, the game has been out since May 14th via Steam, but a retail release is expected at the end of the week. For those of you who haven’t played the game yet, Killing Floor is a fun, yet simple game that doesn’t pretend to be...75
By Games Radar on June 17, 2009
Zombies never seem to score an even break. Once again they are the subject of our gaming enmity, their sad lives cut short with axes, chainsaws, flamethrowers and shotguns, while we make quips and wait for the next upgrade. The whole thing probably...70
By AtomicGamer on May 31, 2009
It may seem silly to release a cooperative zombie-killing game anywhere within a year of the launch of Left 4 Dead, but it turns out that these kind of games have been in development for far longer than just Valve Softwares iconic shooter....88