Success or failure?

Left 4 Dead 2 will make you as happy as these guys

Take it whichever way you please but the admins of the Left 4 Dead 2 boycott group have closed down their operations with a final note of  “We have accomplished everything we can on our manifesto.” Back in June, the group was created by Agent of Chaos and Walking_Target because of the news that Valve were creating a second Left 4 Dead only a year after the first. The group has had a fair bit of publicity and even talks with Valve themselves now believing that their job is done; “We’ve been dealing with Valve ever since our group started, then we met them in-person and now we’re at the point of concluding our discussions. Our goal wasn’t to steer people away from L4D2, it was to get Valve’s attention and have them support original L4D. We succeeded and that’s where our mission ends; nothing more or less.” Said Agent of Chaos. “The boycott has served its purpose and it is now up to you all as individuals to decide what is right for you. As a collective we have done more than achieve a few goals, we have paved the way for Developer-Community relations in the future. No matter what the press or other gamers say, we have made an indelible mark upon the future of this industry. You should all be proud, we certainly are,” added Walking_Target. I’m assuming that they’ll be buying a copy November 20th when the game comes out for Xbox 360 and PC.

{Thanks Videogamer}

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2 thoughts on “Success or failure?

  1. Haha! Right you are Starsquid! Zombies have definitely made a comeback in video games – only to be blown away again! 😉

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