After all the demand over the past few years, the cool people from Tripwire Interactive are releasing the soundtrack for Killing Floor. Whether you are battling sinister creatures in video games or training to kick booty in real life, this album is guaranteed to keep your pulse pounding and your adrenaline rushing from start to finish. (I have to confess that I love listening to it while practicing my kicks and punches on the heavy bag). Featuring songs by Zynthetic and Dirge, Killing Floor’s Original Soundtrack contains a collection of amazing industrial metal mixed with eerie ambient tracks that will leave you guessing what lies around the corner.
Where to get it? It’s simple!
However, if you hurry, you can get a great deal from Humble Bundle’s weekly sale and get Steam codes for a bundle of Tripwire’s Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45, Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad and Killing Floor plus all three soundtracks if you pay “over-the-average” price before April 9th.
This is the perfect chance to get three great multiplayer games to test your survival and combat skills plus awesome music while supporting charities. The people at Tripwire Interactive sure know the way to this girl’s heart. <3
Of course, you can find all of the titles from Tripwire Interactive on Steam.
About Tripwire Interactive
After winning the “$1,000,000 Make Something Unreal” competition in 2004, Tripwire Interactive has been on the front line of first person shooters for PC’s for a decade. The group based in Roswell, Georgia continues to pump out award winning, best selling titles that you can play on PC, Mac and Linux platforms. Check out the whole story in their cool website!Gia Michelle C+2 Profile: Gia FB: G-Force
About the Author
Small, shy, timid? Not! What you don’t realize is that Gia is happiest staring down the sight of a rifle, a bow string up against her chin, or flying down a zip line through the mountains. You would never know about her background in computer science and math when you meet her, a ball of energy who can make it difficult to keep up. She loves first person shooters on platforms that use a “real” gun including arcade games like Time Crisis and Silent Scope. She is also a huge fan of the Resident Evil franchise. Gia loves stunts and wants to save the world, one squirrel at a time with her dog Java.