Team Fortress 2 is a team based FPS for the PC. It is also available on the Xbox 360 and the PS3 and is included in The Orange Box. Team Fortress 2 consists of 9 different classes of soldiers with different abilities, playing as two teams with various objectives. It will not fade out anytime soon, and people will still be playing this game years from now, much like what happened with Quake III. This game is like crack-cocaine in that you keep playing it. This is really only true with the PC version, as the console versions suck by comparison. They just suck actually, even standing alone.
I can't eat right now, I want to play some Team Fortress 2.
Forget work, I'm playing some Team Fortress 2.
A team-based first-person shooter multiplayer video game wherein the players' main goal is to collect hats.
Man... I only need 38 more drops until I can try to craft a Triboniophorus Tyrannus in Team Fortress 2.
Team Fortress 2 (TF2
) is a game that you love more than your extended family.
John: Mike...our--our Aunt Jane just...died.
Mike: I don't care, Team Fortress 2 isn't working. I'm worried.
Arguably, the best multiplayer game ever created. Team Fortress 2 is the award-winning, critically acclaimed sequel to the Quake mod, Team Fortress. Team Fortress 2 ditches the realistic, war-torn style of the original and goes with a cartoon look resembling a Pixar movie. The reason VALVe went with this look is because they stated that having a realistic game presented too many issues of gameplay restrictions and it resembled Counter-Strike too much. They went for their very own distinct style and many people agree it's much better than what was shown earlier than in development. The RED team has bright colors to match the rural, woodworking side of the map while the BLU team sports cool, soothing colors to match their industrial side of the map. The art design in general is extremely well done, both aesthetically and to help make everything extremely distinguishable.more...
Team Fortress 2 was originally slated for release back in 1999, but it was delayed for 8 years and years after silence from Valve the game was officially labeled as vaporware. Finally, Valve presented Team Fortress 2 in all it's cartoon glory at E3 2006. The reception was overwhelming positive. Fans were awe struck at the great graphics and animations the game sported, along with a distinct personality, hilarious voiceovers and backstory for each class to help bring the game to life. Each class was specifically designed to be so unique that you could pick them out with ease in a silhouette lineup. Valve als...
A very entertaining team-based online shooter from our friends at Valve. Players can choose from 9 diverse classes and play alongside their teammates to accomplish goals, such as capture the flag (or intelligence), or hold control points. It is stressed throughout the game that team play is needed to succeed. Kamikaze or solo run tactics simply won't work. The diversity of the classes also stresses that much co-operation is needed. For example, the Heavy class, an amusing, heavyset Russian-Soviet inspired character, can mow down scores of enemies with the powerful minigun while absorbing a lot of damage. However, the Heavy is slow, and even more so when firing, making him a prime target for any half-decent Sniper or Spy, or any enemy firing from a safe spot. Heavies are usually paired with Medics to keep them both alive while proceeding through enemy lines. Scouts are a very fast class, and can double jump as well, allowing him to leap right into enemy headquarters with ease. The tradeoff is his weakness; he can be killed easily with a few good hits or shots. Scouts rely on speed to survive, and wait until other teammates clear the way for him to dash in. So you see, every class has a strength and a weakness, which requires support from fellow teammates. Any good player should have a mic with them to co-ordinate assaults and manoeuvres, much better than trying to remember the keyboard shortcut orders.
The entertaining graphics are worth noting too. Where most shooters a...
America's #1 war-themed hat simulator
A video game primarily for PC but also on Xbox that revolves around hats, and the obtaining thereof. Often mistaken to be a First-Person Shooter, but this is a common misconception.
gamer 1: "Dood look at all teh hats I have in Team Fortress 2 I have a chef hat, a beret, a hot dog hat, and a ghost hat!!11!1"
gamer 2: "I just started playing and all I have is a hard hat :("