After all the fun we've had over the years listening to people shouting "Money, Money, Money" in game, we thought it only fitting to both pay homage to, and parody all that was wonderful about the boom years of the 1980s. We introduce to you... Harold Lott!Read full description
After all the fun we've had over the years listening to people shouting "Money, Money, Money" in game, we thought it only fitting to both pay homage to, and parody all that was wonderful about the boom years of the 1980s. We introduce to you... Harold Lott! And, being the kind people that we are, with this particular DLC, we've added the inbuilt and inate ability to leave a trail of dosh behind you as you charge around the map! DOSH!
Crass, loud and abusive, the only reason Harold has any friends at all is because he’s loaded, a fact he never lets anyone forget. A lottery winner at the tender age of 17, Harold surprised everyone by investing his winnings, for the most part, wisely (his brief flirtation with pet cryogenics notwithstanding). Harold’s now the CEO of three successful multinational companies and owns his own money-themed porn channel. But now his beloved London is under siege from Horzine’s creations and Harold, despite his foul mouth and penchant for lighting £50 notes under the noses of tramps, loves its streets with all his heart. So he’s got a new goal, a hostile takeover of Horzine from the ground up, starting with its hideous monstrosities.
The best of the best when it comes to DLC for Killing Floor. Harold Lott is based off the Harry Enfield character and is a part of the games most well known running gag. While the DLC is strictly cosmetic, it does make you stand out in a crowd and it is more easy to identify who is who when you are playing with 5 other people. Plus it looks cool (that's the main thing). The skin comes with a nice money particle effect surrounding the character at all times and is nicely detailed. The only downfall of this DLC is that it doesn't have it's own unique voice work. Other than that it's great.
Although this particular skin is more expensive than most Killing floor skins, it is worth noting that this is a character based on in game memes with references to British comedy. Unlike Ash Harding however this character does not have any new lines of dialogue and the animated money that falls from the character can be distracting in the heat of battle. With that said it's hard not to chuckle at least once the first time you see someone playing with this skin as he is woefully unprepared to do any fighting whatsoever. It's hard to swallow the prices tag unless you really want to give Tripwire your money. Overall I would recommend waiting for this to go on sale. If you enjoy the references it's worth tossing a couple bucks at Tripwire for.
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