Excerpt: "...a free to play game, Team Fortress 2 is quite satisfactory. Decent graphics in a fairly unique style, good sound effects, and a variety of game modes to increase its longevity. Not every mode will appeal to every player, of course, but that's another thing the selection provides: a wider range of appeal. The classes cover a pretty broad range, too. Like long-range combat? Then the Sniper is for you. Like blowing things up? You might like the Demo-man ...
Pros: Shallow learning curve; variety of game modes
Cons: Class - base means little customization; repetitive gameplay eventually gets old
The game is okay, but not that great as everyone says.
26 March 2014
Excerpt: "Hats. The game is all about hats and items you get while playing, everyone's out for items. Don't get me wrong, the game has been around a long time and Valve's done a good job, and it's free to play too, which... really muddles the pool a little bit if you get my drift. I don't play TF2 because honestly, it's overdone. If you have fun with it, hey, good for you and I hope you have many hats in your lifeitime of playing it. Just have fun with ...
Pros: team play, items, hats, some nice people, tutorials, different game modes
Cons: items, hats, people screaming over voice chat, uncommunicative people, zergfest
Excerpt: "Team Fortress 2 came to our attention not too long ago. It was subject to a wave of high anticipation during the build-up to its release, and in my mind that expectation for a great game hasn't been met. TF2 was bought for me a few months ago by a friend who wanted me to get into the game along-side his new-found addiction. And I know plenty of people who love it and are also completely addicted. However, for me TF2 remains a game to be missed. ...