History VideoGame / KillingFloor

19th Apr '16 12:20:51 PM erforce
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* {{Expy}}: The Bloat is pretty much the Bloated Butcher from ''VideoGame/{{Blood}}'', with a dash of exploding on death a la ''VideoGame/Left4Dead'''s Boomer.

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The Bloat is pretty much the Bloated Butcher from ''VideoGame/{{Blood}}'', with a dash of exploding on death a la ''VideoGame/Left4Dead'''s Boomer.



** Harchier Spebbington is both this to IndianaJones and TheCameo from ''The Ball''.

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** Harchier Spebbington is both this to IndianaJones Franchise/IndianaJones and TheCameo from ''The Ball''.
1st Apr '16 5:11:43 AM Morgenthaler
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A top-down shooter spinoff of the game titled ''Killing Floor: Calamity'' has been confirmed for OUYA; it was released on December 18th, 2013. And on May 8th 2014, PCGamer announced [[http://www.pcgamer.com/2014/05/08/killing-floor-2-exclusive-first-look-co-op-fps-horror-with-the-most-advanced-gore-system-ever/2/ a sequel]], ''VideoGame/KillingFloor2'', is in the works. An Early Access build of the sequel was made available on April 21, 2015.

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A top-down shooter spinoff of the game titled ''Killing Floor: Calamity'' has been confirmed for OUYA; it was released on December 18th, 2013. And on May 8th 2014, PCGamer Magazine/PCGamer announced [[http://www.pcgamer.com/2014/05/08/killing-floor-2-exclusive-first-look-co-op-fps-horror-with-the-most-advanced-gore-system-ever/2/ a sequel]], ''VideoGame/KillingFloor2'', is in the works. An Early Access build of the sequel was made available on April 21, 2015.
18th Nov '15 12:47:24 PM HighCrate
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* MightyGlacier: The Fleshpound is crazy strong and can take ''multiple'' rockets. He's also easy to run away from...[[BerserkButton until you piss him off]]. [[OhCrap And running away while still inside his field of view is one of the ways to piss him off]]. And once he gets pissed off he becomes [[LightningBruiser something else entirely]].
** Scrakes are a weaker version of the Fleshpound, but are far faster and still soak up rifle fire like no tomorrow.
** Both of these specimens can tank large amounts of explosives as well. Empty that six-shot revolver grenade launcher at a Fleshpound? If you're off-perk, you most likely just pissed him off.
28th Oct '15 10:04:06 PM Lanny
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** In fact a majority of weapons in the game are all around outclassed by something else at a similar price point.
*** Choice of pistol is largely irrelevant to a sharpshooter, a headshot is almost always a one hit kill and higher difficulty rounds can't be survived firing for the torso. The revolver is especially disadvantaged because despite it's high damage its rate of fire renders it so much worse than even the starting pistol it's really only used to show off.
*** The berserker's axe and claymore are the only weapons capable of stunning scrakes on higher difficulties, no other weapon is useful. In fact the more expensive claymore has a less reliable swing arc and expert players almost universally prefer the fireaxe
*** The M7A3 and MP5M's lower med-dart recharge rates make them useful only as a means to compensate for the medic's low ammo capacity.
4th Sep '15 9:37:32 AM HighCrate
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** The Berserker perk has shades of this. Though he actually takes less damage than others, he also needs that to survive in melee combat. And he's faster than other perks.
23rd Jul '15 10:34:13 AM jjnonken
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* AKA47: Zig-zagged. There are things like the [=AA12=], [=SCARMK17=], [=MP5=] and [=M4=], and at the same time there's the "{{Handcannon}}" (a Desert Eagle), "Bullpup" (an L22), "Schneidzekk" (a Kriss Vector SMG) and "Combat Shotgun" (a Benelli M4). Also, similar to ''VideoGame/Left4Dead2'', the game's "[=AK47=]" is actually a [[http://www.ak-47.us/Article_Detail.php?g=content1219989594 Draco AK-pistol]], modified with an unused AIMS-style folding stock. Of note is [[http://cdn4.steampowered.com/v/gfx/apps/210944/ss_49159dcb487ab3c267cc8c1c01239f82df7a250d.1920x1080.jpg?t=1372871611 the promotional image]] for the [[BlingBlingBang Golden Handcannon(s)]], which refers to it/them by the Desert Eagle name.

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* AKA47: Zig-zagged. There are things like the [=AA12=], [=SCARMK17=], [=MP5=] and [=M4=], and at the same time there's the "{{Handcannon}}" (a Desert Eagle), "Bullpup" (an L22), "Schneidzekk" (a Kriss Vector SMG) and "Combat Shotgun" (a Benelli M4). Also, similar to ''VideoGame/Left4Dead2'', the game's "[=AK47=]" is actually a [[http://www.ak-47.us/Article_Detail.php?g=content1219989594 imfdb.org/wiki/Killing_floor#Romanian_Draco_AK_Carbine Draco AK-pistol]], modified with an unused AIMS-style folding stock. Of note is [[http://cdn4.steampowered.com/v/gfx/apps/210944/ss_49159dcb487ab3c267cc8c1c01239f82df7a250d.1920x1080.jpg?t=1372871611 the promotional image]] for the [[BlingBlingBang Golden Handcannon(s)]], which refers to it/them by the Desert Eagle name.
2nd Jun '15 4:24:48 AM Nirual
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** According to the developers during TotalBiscuit's video, they were quite limited in that regard back then, also restricting the enemies to fairly stiff movement so that it wouldn't get worse for headshots. However, they claim to have improved them so much that its possible to accurately headshot a Stalker in the middle of doing a cartwheel in the sequel.
23rd May '15 4:25:16 PM Kadorhal
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A top-down shooter spinoff of the game titled ''Killing Floor: Calamity'' has been confirmed for OUYA; it was released on December 18th, 2013. And on May 8th 2014, PCGamer announced [[http://www.pcgamer.com/2014/05/08/killing-floor-2-exclusive-first-look-co-op-fps-horror-with-the-most-advanced-gore-system-ever/2/ a sequel is in the works.]] An Early Access build of the sequel was made available on April 21, 2015, and now has a tvtrope page: VideoGame/KillingFloor2

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A top-down shooter spinoff of the game titled ''Killing Floor: Calamity'' has been confirmed for OUYA; it was released on December 18th, 2013. And on May 8th 2014, PCGamer announced [[http://www.pcgamer.com/2014/05/08/killing-floor-2-exclusive-first-look-co-op-fps-horror-with-the-most-advanced-gore-system-ever/2/ a sequel sequel]], ''VideoGame/KillingFloor2'', is in the works.]] works. An Early Access build of the sequel was made available on April 21, 2015, and now has a tvtrope page: VideoGame/KillingFloor2
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23rd May '15 4:23:20 PM Kadorhal
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* ActuallyADoombot: Transit (Objective Mode) confirms without a shadow of a doubt that Patriarch has been cloning himself as well.

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* ActuallyADoombot: Transit (Objective Mode) confirms without a shadow of a doubt that the Patriarch has been cloning himself as well.



* DevelopmentGag: Scattered around some of the maps are newspaper clippings that allow you to read the headlines. One such newspaper features the headline "SUSPECTED CULT" with an image of the Clot as it appeared in the original ''VideoGame/UnrealTournament2004'' mod.
** There's a poster on a lightpost in the Departed map with a picture of a cat saying: "Have you seen this cat? Because it's ''awesome''." %% Is this actually a development gag? It seems more like someone just saw "newspaper clippings" and mistook the trope to mean "let's talk about background details".



* PropRecycling: The tractor on KF-Farm is taken straight from RedOrchestra.



** Not to mention what happens the first time you fight the Patriarch - up till now, you've only been worried about melee (barring the odd Husk fireball) and can outrun everything. Suddenly you're up against an 8 foot monster with a [[GatlingGood Minigun]]-[[StuffBlowingUp Rocket launcher]] [[MoreDakka combi-weapon]] [[ArmCannon for a left arm]] that can turn invisible, run twice as fast as you, smash you across the room [[CombatTentacles in melee]], take multiple anti-armour rockets in the face [[MadeOfIron without dying]], summon more specimens and [[OhCrap heal himself]].

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** Not to mention what happens the first time you fight the Patriarch - up till now, you've only been worried about melee (barring the odd Husk fireball) and can outrun everything. Suddenly you're up against an 8 foot monster with a [[GatlingGood Minigun]]-[[StuffBlowingUp Rocket launcher]] [[MoreDakka combi-weapon]] [[ArmCannon for a left arm]] that can turn invisible, run twice as fast as you, smash you across the room [[CombatTentacles in melee]], take multiple anti-armour rockets in to the face [[MadeOfIron without dying]], summon more specimens and [[OhCrap heal himself]].



* YouALLLookFamiliar: The specimens. HandWaved with cloning.

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* YouALLLookFamiliar: YouAllLookFamiliar: The specimens. HandWaved {{Hand Wave}}d with cloning.
10th May '15 12:06:25 PM YoKab
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A cooperative online ZombieApocalypse FirstPersonShooter for PC published by Tripwire Interactive on the VideoGame/{{Unreal}} [[GameEngine Engine 2]]. Originally a mod for ''VideoGame/UnrealTournament2004'', in 2009 an official retail version was released. While generally an updated version of the mod, there are changes - notably the "perk" system, a series of seven different "classes" that players can choose.

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A cooperative online ZombieApocalypse FirstPersonShooter for PC published developed by Tripwire Interactive Creator/TripwireInteractive on the VideoGame/{{Unreal}} [[GameEngine Engine 2]]. Originally a mod for ''VideoGame/UnrealTournament2004'', in 2009 an official retail version was released. While generally an updated version of the mod, there are changes - notably the "perk" system, a series of seven different "classes" that players can choose.
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