Team Fortress 2 (2007)

Video Game  -  Animation | Action | Comedy  -  10 October 2007 (USA)
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Nine mercenaries. Two teams. Guns. And hats. Welcome to Team Fortress 2, where psychopaths fight each other with shotguns, rocket launchers, pistols, baseball bats, surgical equipment, laser guns, and wear fancy hats.

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Nine mercenaries. Two teams. Guns. And hats. Welcome to Team Fortress 2, where psychopaths fight each other with shotguns, rocket launchers, pistols, baseball bats, surgical equipment, laser guns, and wear fancy hats.

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Of all the "Meet the..." promotional shorts released so far, the Blu team has only been featured in the "Meet the Spy" promotional short. Even the sandvich in "Meet the Sandvich" belongs to the Red team, as can be deduced from the dialogue overheard. See more »

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Sniper: Thanks for standing still, wanker!
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A brilliant title that embraces the competitive side while remaining light hearted and fun.
28 September 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Team Fortress 2 is my favorite multiplayer game of all time. The graphics are unique while at the same time beautiful, the gameplay is fast paced but still tactical, and with a company like Valve backing it up, TF2 still remains a Tour de Force in the PC gaming community.

Plot/Story: There is no single player campaign, but if you look closely you begin to see patterns. An ongoing comic strip on Valve's website reveals that the two sides, Blu and Red, are in actuality super companies dominating the 1940s. The lovable cast of characters is in actuality a group of mercenaries hired by the two rival companies.

Special effects/Graphics: This game is absolutely stunning. It has a very cartoony feel, but at the same time can result in amazing amounts of gore. There is an undercurrent of fun to the animations, with several hilarious taunts to go with each character.

Characters: Brilliant. There are nine playable characters: The Scout, a stereotypical American small town boy in love with baseball, The Soldier, a xenophrenic psychopath running around with a rocket launcher, The Pyro, no explanation needed, the Demoman, a drunk Scotsman who loves explosions, the Heavy, a minigun toting Russian with a Sandvich, the Engineer, who builds sentry guns and teleporters, the Sniper, again no explanation needed, the Medic, who can "Ubercharge" a teammate, making them temporarily immortal, and The Spy, a professional Frenchman who is more for cleaner ways of killing.

Each of the aforementioned characeters has their own range of lines and taunts, each hilarious. I was not at all surprised when IMDb put comedy as one of this game's tags.

Closing thoughts: Everything about TF2 is perfect. Also, Valve puts out almost daily updates, constantly addressing concerns and complaints from the community. Also, unlockable, upgradable weapons are available. It becomes so that no one's loadout is exactly the same, and more and more weapons are constantly added to the mix.

There are also hats, which are the ultimate status symbol in the game.

10/10.

P.S. Get this game for PC. While the 360 version is still a good game, it is completely blown out of the water by the PC version.


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