For some reason, this screenshot makes me imagine Zeratul saying: “You call that a knife? This is a knife!” That also means I have to give Zeratul a strong Australian accent, which I want to call Protaustralian and make StarCraft canon.
It's easy to forget now, but Team Fortress 2 was once as big a punchline among Valve fans as Half-Life 3 is today.
On today's Highlight Reel we have breakdancing in Sniper Elite III, tourists in The Last of Us, airmail, polite soldiers and more!
Yup. That's pretty much the entire experience, right there.
It used to be that only female video game characters could rock booty shorts. But it's 2014, and people are taking more pride in the male butts of gaming than ever before. Even the longstanding shooter Team Fortress 2 is getting in on the action with some brand-spanking new wardrobe options inspired by Lara Croft.
Turns out, playing a Spy is a piece of cake if you simply rely on what will now be known as the "puzzle gambit."
Halloween makes people do strange things—for instance dress up in costumes and beg for candy from people who might be murderers. Sometimes it also makes them create Team Fortress 2 cheat plugins that teleport players between Halloween items, which ruins the game. It's a trick alright, but it's definitely not a treat.
The 2014 Saxxy Award winners were announced today. Here's one of my favorite action shorts, uploaded by Callegos Yavolitak, though you can take a look at the finalists for the machinima competition held by Valve (and overall winner) here.
It's really hard to say anything negative about Team Fortress 2.
Over the years, Valve has added an almost mind-boggling amount of Stuff (TM) to multiplayer shooter phenom Team Fortress 2. Even more interesting, however, are the things that didn't make the cut.
For many people, touring a video game studio is like taking a trip to nerd heaven. Valve let the winners of its 2013 Saxxy Awards film contest peek behind the curtain in this way. The resulting photo gallery that was recently posted online makes the place look about as whacky as you'd expect the company that's made…
Immediately after we posted the newest Team Fortress short yesterday, someone commented and pointed out mysterious numbers in the subtitles—because of course someone noticed something like that.
Following a lengthy countdown teaser, Valve unveiled this new Team Fortress 2 short today, along with news that the free-to-play game is getting some new taunts like conga dancing and flipping.
This superb Team Fortress version of the first Metal Gear Solid will probably make everyone a bit nostalgic really quickly. The talented animators of The Mystery Zone show that the spy from Team Fortress 2 would be an excellent replacement for Snake.
The Team Fortress 2 that we know and love underwent a ton of changes during development—enough that it's fascinating to look back on the rich history of the game, if not the franchise itself.
Created using a mix of traditional materials and 3D-printed parts, with added lights, sounds and a working motor, Cory Alexander's Team Fortress 2 minigun replica is one hell of a build.
Forget about the items you've found inside Team Fortress 2 Mann Co. supply crates—there's no way those items are as sweet as the stuff inside this real-life Mann Co. crate.
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.
Replacing a weapon to a mini sniper figure is only a good idea in Team Fortress 2. It's hard to make the game even more silly a this point. But thanks to mods like this, YouTuber Vet shows can achieve just that with ease.