Killing Floor: Reggie the Rocker Character Pack
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Requires Killing Floor (base game) to use this DLC
Reggie the Rocker - his dreams of a come-back tour now ruined by the monsters from his own ruined brain, Reggie has taken to using guns on his hallucinations instead of running to rehab. So Reggie is running round the Zed-infested streets with the same fake cigarette hanging out of his mouth, continuously puffing fake nicotine!
Loud, abusive and barely understandable half the time, Reggie was once front man for Pissed Gods, an edgy rock band tagged as the next big thing on the 1979 London scene. Their first song, Bollock Smasher, broke Billboard records, but somehow over the next few years Reggie and his band faded into obscurity, unable to recapture the raw energy of their original masterpiece.
Today a one-hit wonder who's smoked, snorted, and drunk his way around half of Britain, Reggie still fervently believes he can reignite his faded career and revel in the kind of success an artist of his caliber so richly deserves.
Now London’s streets are jammed with Horzine-bred creatures straight from his worst nightmares (which makes booking gigs tricky at best), Reggie’s determined to do his bit to drive them out and, if he’s lucky, prove to the world he’s the hardest rocker that ever lived.
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Reggie, the punk rocker with an indecipherable Manchesterian or some other northern England accent as one of the better DLC characters in Killing Floor. As good or better than the Domestic Assistance Robot. He's got a new voice actor (woow sonny) and as lithe as the female character models in the game. I've had remarks that he's ugly when in game but I suppose that's a good conversation starter?
He's a definite buy if you ever wanted to play a character who looks Super Hans from Peep Show or any of the Rolling Stones when they were in their sunset years.