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Killing Floor: Robot Premium DLC Character





Following on from releasing Horzine's D. Jeffrey Tamm in an earlier DLC pack, here is one of his key creations from Horzine's Robotics Division: the Domestic Assistance Robot (DAR to its friends) (or "DARling" to Dr. Jeff, but that is another story...).

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Nachdem Horzines D. Jeffrey Tamm in einem früheren DLC-Paket befreit wurde, folgt nun einer seiner entscheidenden Schöpfungen aus Horzines Roboter-Divison: Der Domestic Assistance Robot (DAR für seine Freunde) (oder "DARling" für Dr. Jeff, aber das ist eine andere Geschichte...). Hier ein bisschen verbogen, dort ein zugedröhntes, quietschendes Sprachmodul und ständig Funkenflug - aber doch recht fähig, Zeds auseinanderzunehmen!


Horzines Domestic Assistance Robot (oderDAR, klar...) wurde entwickelt, um im Haus sauber zu machen. Aber neben der fortgeschrittenen Programmierung, entwickelt um Kinderzimmern aufzuräumen, hat es "DARling" (wie Dr. Tamm ihn weiterhin nennt) irgendwie geschafft, eine experimentelle und streng geheime Persönlichkeit herunterzuladen, die von seinem Schöpfer konstruiert wurde. Ursprünglich als Eingliederung für seinen halb-illegalen Brenda Companion Robot gedacht, ist sie voll von allen möglichen menschlichen Paarungsinformationen, die nicht recht mit den bereits vorhandenen Stammdaten auskommen. DAR ringt nun also damit einerseits sein Verlangen Freaks zu säubern und andererseits einen doch recht starken Wunsch nach heißen Dates mit Dr. Tamm in Einklang zu bringen.

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Tripwire Interactive
Tripwire Interactive
Indie, Shooter, Mac
Donnerstag, 13. Dezember 2012
Digital PC Download
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Minimum Requirements


  • OS: Windows XP/Vista
  • Processor: 1.2 GHZ or Equivalent
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 64 MB DX9 Compliant
  • Hard Drive: 2 GB free hard drive space
  • Sound: DX 8.1 Compatible Audio


  • OS: OS X version Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3, or later.
  • Processor: Intel Mac
  • Graphics: Nvidia or ATI GPU (Intel GPUs unsupported)
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The Domestic Assistance Robot (or 'DAR') joins your arsenal of playable characters in this expansion, and boy is it worth the price. Unlike the weapon skin packs which are purely cosmetic, this expansion gives you a brand new fully voice acted character to play across all maps. If the appeal of a new character isn't enough for you, then the affordable price tag will surely persuade you to pick this up.

A bit pricey, but totally worth it.


As one of Killing Floor's more expensive cosmetic DLC options, this one is also more worthy of your dollars. Not only does the character stand out from the rest of the cast since most of them are humans, but aside from the map that inspired the character (Moon Base) this skin does a good job of being visible in many of the different maps. This is also one of the rare DLC skins with new voice acting, with unique robotic prompts. Although the robot noises themselves don't always tell you much, they're generally accompanied by a sound relating to the action/enemy that it's trying to tell you about, and it's just fun to listen to.

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