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Rochelle Is Left For Dead


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When Rochelle is a bot during gameplay, she tends to lollygag and fall behind. I've had to go back and rescue her countless times, and she's usually the first to die. I figure that after being overcome by zombies so many times, one will acquire scars. Many of them.

This took me about two days on and off in CS3. I tried to include all the special infected but I may have forgotten the spitter.

I hate Rochelle because she has no personality. >:U


kevin has spoken

Indeed. Kevin Bacon is pleased of this. He likes the background of the swamp and zombies and the tank on that building.

Very cool

Since I have not played the game yet..from what I see here its very well done. I also agree about the scars..if you have been overcome by zombies a lot you would have some pretty wicked scars!! I love the background images and characters!!


I noticed that too. And nick is always running ahead >:l Great art. The background has plenty of detail.
I can't tell if this is Hard Rain or Swamp Fever :S

pickletoez responds:

Swamp Fever. Actually it's just a swamp.


well, shes fucked now....

ok this is not hate it is sugstions thats all

boomers neck well.... hell there is no neck it is just a big worte thing and tanks head is smaller and wat would of been cool is have a wich on the docks and the scars are too bright after thats done it would be more valve work but grate work 1000/10

pickletoez responds:

There's a witch in the top-right corner, in the mist. Thanks for the review!

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3.62 / 5.00

Jan 29, 2010
5:32 PM EST
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