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Lovely campaign. Made me play L4D1 again. Nice terrain, atmosphere, and setup. Not too long, and not too short. Just nice for my taste. —Lawliet (on our website)

I Hate Twitter…

Posted by Nicolas in General

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but still, we’re giving it a shot. You may have noticed the huge ugly block that appeared on top of the website*. It’s a place dedicated to hype and modernism, a place were our tweets sit. Okay, we’re not going to explain you how Twitter works, but now if you’re interested, we might give some more frequent but less interesting news about what we do with the campaign via this trendy website. Or we might get bored real quick and throw this thing away. We’ll see.

* Or you may not see it at all, Twitter kinda sucks bad with this thing, sometimes it loads, sometime it doesn’t.


7 Responses to “I Hate Twitter…”

  1. Anonymous says:

    could we check the new poster out? :P
    i remember news when you guys talked about a brand new poster for the ihm-campign :)

  2. Nicolas says:

    Yeaaah… about that… this was kinda cancelled. Someone really talented offered to do it, threw some concepts out and suddenly vanished from the surface of the earth.

  3. Silver says:

    Ouch! If we check the Steam Stats on players per game ( we see that L4D peak at 7000 players, against 25.000 for L4D2… and 12.000 for TF2 (which has 2 years but was more followed by the developpers and the community).

    Despite of that I really hope that your campaign will be released, because it doesn't have to be as spectacular as L4D2 to be a great campaign made by the community.

  4. stocker says:

    I think you should still release the campaign. L4d2 is new so im sure thats whats taking away from the player count in left 4 dead 1.i tihnk we should see the population go back up a bit soon.

  5. Jamie says:

    I'll do the poster, let me know.

  6. Jamie says:

    ^^^That is just a site I run, you can contact me through the site if you want me to work on the poster.

  7. Really liking the Twitter updates. Keep 'em coming!