Summary: I'm entirely confused as to how tf2 manages to sell for actual real person money here- it costs $0 on Steam, the game devs own distribution platform. No features removed or anything, just straight up free.
Summary: Well, I know the game is free now, but I still do not regret my purchase. The amount of time valve puts into this games is HUGE. They release new updates, modes, and maps like there is not tomorrow and I feel that if it was any other company, those things would have been DLCs that cost money. If you are reading this review and not playing this game, shame on you, it's FREE! Go get it!
This Seller is Inaccurate/Selling an Otherwise Free Product
Aaron Smith, Amazon
4 August 2013
Summary: I've owned TF2 for over two months on Valve's Steam. This game is NOT published by Electronic Arts, and is otherwise free-to-play, so if you buy it from this seller, it's a scam; they're selling product that either isn't theirs to sell, or are otherwise selling an otherwise free product. It's available for free digital download at: [...
Patrick Loveless "Destiny, Somding, PLAYA", Amazon
4 July 2012
Summary: Now, I will be honest. Before I bought the game... I "tried" it *ahem* if you will, back in 2009. What got me hooked was those "Meet the Team" videos. I HAD to play a game with such personalities in them. :3 Then the "patches" started failing... and I decided to buy the game. At the time, I did not regret it. And I still don't because TF2 is an awesome game (if a bit gory - but then again, it's rated M for a reason, in't it?