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: http://store.steampowered.com/app/440/?
Could be fun for you BUT DON'T PAY FOR IT - YOU CAN GET IT LEGALLY FOR FREE
Bryan S., Amazon
13 July 2011
Summary: This game is FREE TO PLAY now. All you have to do is download Steam from Valve software (even if you bought this you'd have to install steam). There is absolutely no reason to buy this unless you feel like giving Electronic Arts free money. Otherwise the game is polished and you could really get into it if you like team based multiplayer shooters.
One of the most perfectly created game for every type of player!
2 July 2011
Summary: One of the most perfectly created game for every type of player... if it didn't lag so much. My laptop is only 2 years old and even with all settings on the Lowest, it still bothers me now and then, but overall it's a great game to have, many laughters :)
Summary: This is a good game that was an amazing value when I got it as part of the Orange Box. Now Valve has released it (6-23-11) free through their Steam client, hoping to make further money off of micro transactions (like hats?). I wouldn't be buying it at this point. Just get it free through STEAM.
Summary: Team Fortress 2 has an interesting history. I tried the original Team Fortress for Quake and... well... I hated it. It took my friends a lot of convincing to get me to try Team Fortress 2 after I bought a pack that contained it. I'm glad I did. I joined just before the Gold Rush Update, the first major update the game received back in 2008. Team Fortress 2 is a team-based, class-based first person shooter. Stylistically, it's set in a 1960-ish evil genius type universe.
TF2 Great Game, though at times, glitchy and choppy.
3 August 2008
Summary: I bought TF2 last month, and was easily hooked in because of the roles each class takes, and because of its low/moderate learning curve. Occasionally, on startup, this game glitches up, slows my keyboard down, and keeps flashing the monitor with different screens. All you have to do when this occurs is to restart TF2, or if that doesn't fix it, just restart. Other than this minor issue, this game will be the most addicting game you have ever played for years to come.
Excerpt: "...game I have ever played. Team Fortress 2 has given me some of the funniest moment of my gaming life and I shall remember it forever. Team Fortress 2 has decent graphics, but makes up for it by the play & shoot strategy that main concept has. Occasionally, you will end up playing with one of those 'guys' who talks real loud through their mics and brags about their 'professional' skills. This, however, can be ignored as you will be disregarding it due ...
Pros: Gives you funny moments, easy to learn, easy to master, can be challenging