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Team Fortress 2
It's great to see that TF2's fanbase is still going strong and creating new content for it. The latest is a short film called 'End of the Line'.
Valve is gifting Team Fortress 2 players with all previous Scream Fortress content in advance of its new Halloween update.
In a fantastic example of the importance of checking your work, a Russian World War I documentary has used TF 2 Fan-art as an example of anti-Russian propaganda
PC players are getting a big STFU from Steam. That's right, Super Time Force Ultra is coming to Steam and is getting some bonus characters from Valve.
A new short film starring the RED Team from Team Fortress 2 has been released, along with news of a new "Love and War" update that will add new expressions and taunts.
Though video game licenses aren't where ThreeA built its brand, that's certainly where some of the company's most impressive collectibles have come from. Originally started as a joint collaboration between Kim Fung Wong and Ashley Wood, ThreeA has expanded from publishing and manufacturing high-end books and figures based on Wood's designs into the likes of Metal Gear Solid, Portal 2, Halo and more. At Toy Fair this year, ThreeA had a host of massive creations on display, each of which is more impressive than the last.
Today's Cosplay of the Day looks mean, carries a bazooka and enjoys a fresh cup of kickass every morning. Who is he? The RED Soldier from Team Fortress 2, of course.
Team Fortress 2 can be a pretty fast-paced game with tons of running, gunning, and hat-collecting. And now that Virtuix has released a video of the game being played through the Oculus Rift and on one of their Omni treadmills, we're looking forward to running around frantically in real life.
As reported by Endgadget, the first title to receive the Oculus Rift experience will be the Valve shooter Team Fortress 2. Is this virtual reality or virtual insanity?