From Metacritic scores to How Long To Beat completion times, there are plenty of numbers that players reference when deciding to buy a game. Gaming storefront Green Man Gaming has another metric: Average Cost Per Hour. 2015’s Doom is said to cost $1.24 per hour. Frostpunk is $4.57 an hour. These are strange numbers…
Who would win in a fight between Overwatch and Team Fortress 2? It’s kind of a tired question at this point, but The Winglet used it as the foundation for a charming and funny SFM video that pokes fun at both games. The scene that depicts an encounter with Mei as a horror movie is especially inspired. Also, accurate.
After over a year’s wait, the Pyro is getting a new set of tools.
On October 10 2007, Valve didn’t just release a video game, they released three. All came in the one package, and it was called The Orange Box.
Every playable character in Team Fortress 2 is a dude. But the recent release of an artist’s old work shows that Valve at least toyed with the idea of introducing women into the game’s roster.
Team Fortress 2 has been out for ten years, and is still around—and very popular—today. In that time you’d think that Valve would have managed to make it prettier, but as this video shows, some of TF2's visuals have actually gone backwards over the last decade.
Video game bugs are like a foul odor. The cause might be some tiny thing, but if you can’t isolate it, it’ll stink up the whole dang place. Such was apparently the case with a Team Fortress 2 bug that took Valve ten years to finally eliminate.
Last year, Valve started dropping a hammer on gambling sites selling Counter-Strike items. This week, the same process has begun for Team Fortress 2.
Hey Tommy Charge, was the intention here with this Battlefield 1 trailer remake to actually make us want a new, bigger Team Fortress game? The same cast, only with tanks and zeppelins? Because that’s all I’m taking away from this.
No, Overwatch is not just “Blizzard’s version of Team Fortress 2" like some folks expected it to be. Still, you’ve gotta admit there’s some overlap.
Last week, Valve launched Team Fortress 2's big competitive mode update and, with it, a new casual mode that took the place of classic quick play. So far, people... don’t exactly love it.
Team Fortress 2's last big update came in December, but now, finally, Valve is about to shake things up again. Much like TF2's biggest inspiration, Blizzard’s Overwatch, Valve’s undying team shooter is adding a competitive mode.
These days, it’s not all that uncommon to run into somebody who’s streaming and commentating while you’re playing a multiplayer game. If they’re not A Tool Of The Actual Devil, they might mute their mic. But in a team-based game you can’t always afford to do that.
Just in case you ever wanted to hear Nathan Vetterlein, aka the voice of TF2's Scout, read some of Tracer’s lines from Overwatch.
LMAOBOX is the most prolific Team Fortress 2 cheat program. Or at least, it was.
At first glance, Team Fortress 2 has a lot of the things that make a successful competitive game. Tons of people play it, consistently making it one of the top games on Steam going on a decade. It’s got a distinctive and charming art style that sets it apart from most other major FPS games. Perhaps most importantly,…