Team Fortress 2 Review

In this blog entry I will be reviewing Team Fortress 2. Team Fortress 2 is the sequel to Team Fortress Classic which was a fan-made modification of the Quake engine. Team Fortress 2 was also made by the original creators. However, this time Valve, the creators of the Quake engine, had hired them to make a sequel which increased their funds tremendously. This game was released on October, 9th 2007 for the PC and now Mac.

Team Fortress 2 is game is based on working as a team to take down the opposing team. There are two teams in this game one of them is called Red and the other Blu. This game has no real plot, but the developers make comics on the Team Fortress 2 official site that make an excuse for a plot. This game has 8 game types: Capture the Flag, King of the Hill, Payload, Team Death-match, Control Point, Payload Race, Special Delivery and Mann vs Machine. There are also 9 classes. They are called the Scout, Soldier, Pyro, Demo man, Heavy, Engineer, Medic, Sniper, and Spy. All nine classes have unique gameplay styles and it will keep you entertained for hours.

I give this game a 9.1 out of 10. In my 10 hours of playing, I have enjoyed every second of it. If you are a gamer it is a “must play”. I’m sure many other people would agree with me and there are many other people still playing this wonderful game. I really hope you were convinced to play this game and if you’re still not convinced, it is a free-to-play game.


Posted on August 29, 2012, in Entertainment, Fun Stuff for Kids. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. nice never played a game like this before

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