Sadly, "Hat_Dogs" is not an addon for Watch Dogs or Team Fortress 2, but an impressive piece of editing by STBlackST of TF2 characters hacking each other and teleporting bread. Gotta pause the clip a lot to catch all the puns.
Poor Team Fortress 2 sniper. He just wanted to have breakfast. I'm pretty sure we can all relate to Callegos Yavolitak's outstanding Team Fortress 2 machinima, where the most important meal of the day is also the hardest to carry out.
Da Vinci's iconic The Last Supper, turned into a Team Fortress 2 parody, with—who else—Gabe Newell sitting in the center. If the creator, Nefnoj, used the golden ratio to define the proportions, it is indeed an authentic replica of the original.
Team Fortress characters in Ace Attorney's courtroom sure is one of the weirder Gmod mashups. YouTuber TFHK's video has almost all the Team Fortress 2 classes represented and yet it still somehow makes sense, even though it's just for laughs.
No, it's not the ghostly character from the DC Universe. This Deadman is from the Garry's Mod universe. It took modder Rush_Freak and friends more than 500 hours to create him (and the video). The end result is a superhero who is more heroic than most living superheroes.
Otherwise harmless little things, like the bunny mask from Team Fortress 2, can have a huge impact. For example, it can get someone in the Steam Community to pay homage to Hotline Miami with the game's characters (complete with 80s sunglasses) in a really stunning way.
The closest we can get to Street Fighter in Garry's Mod, using Team Fortress 2 models and hats is... actually pretty close. I can't remember Guile wearing a coat, but everything else fits really well.
Mighty Morphin Mecha Mario, assemble! If the world ever needs a giant, Koopa-fighting Super Mario, this one straight from Gmod would do the job easily. Especially with that giant drilling tool (hopefully) attached to his left arm.
Apart from the fact that Spy is originally from France, he'd still perform well in Her Majesty's Secret Service. This video mashing up Team Fortress 2 with the most recent James Bond flick is so incredibly well done it leaves that impression.
Elements of the source port of Doom integrated into the latest Garry's Mod look really great.
There's a game for every kind of man. So why not show dad some love this Father's Day with a new one? Whether you're a video game know-it-all or can't stand them, dad might enjoy something new to play. Use our handy guide to figure out what game to give him after the barbecue this weekend.