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Team Fortress 2 Videos and Trailers - PC

Team Fortress 2
  • Publisher: Electronic Arts
  • Genre:Shooter
  • Developer: Valve
  • Release Date:Oct 9, 2007
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:M - Mature (Blood and Gore, Intense Violence)
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Game Description:If you're ready for the challenge of true team-based online action, you'll find it in Team Fortress 2. With TF 2, you'll go into battle as part of a cohesive squad of fellow warriors all bent on the same goal -– whether it's storming a beach, demolishing a bridge or escorting a VIP to safety. And you'll do it knowing your teammates are watching your back as carefully as you're watching theirs. Begin by assuming one of twelve roles, each with unique strengths and weaknesses. If you're looking for a straight-up fight, you'll choose Marine or Commando. Prefer the shadows? You'll make a cunning Spy or Sniper. Medics and Engineers support their teammates through bravery and ingenuity. Focus the raw force of your team's talents through communication and strategizing. Team Fortress 2 was first included with the release of Half-Life 2's Orange Box. Now, each game from that pack is available as its own boxed title for gamers to pick and choose their favorites.
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