If my years of watching schlocky horror films have taught me anything, it's that surviving a zombie apocalypse requires determination, good aim and, above all else, teamwork. With those things in mind, it really shouldn't have come as a surprise that my first foray into Killing Floor 2 with Ian Higton ended in disaster.

To its credit, Killing Floor 2 is a fun (albeit slightly incoherent) team-based shooter; it's just that Ian and I struggle to cooperate at the best of times, let alone when facing waves of naked zombies.

Click the video above for gross monsters, stunningly bad teamwork and a rifle-wielding reverend in a mortar board. Obviously.

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Johnny Chiodini

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Johnny is one quarter of the Eurogamer video team - specifically the part that looks like it comes from East London. He loves pen and paper role playing games, his dog Watson, and pretty much any video game with a bit of grimdark to it. You are almost certainly pronouncing his surname incorrectly.