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.
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.
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.
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.