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Team Fortress 2 Free Weekend to Celebrate Spy/Sniper Update

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Well i must say that this game for me is the best multiplayer experience since battlefield 2. At first glance i thought its a little childish with its cartoonish graphic and goofy characters. But when i started playing it later this year i found its a lot of fun if you look past the graphic if your more into realistic looking games.

I will go as far as to say its a one of a kind game that is a mixture of action, strategy, and just plain fun. The game itself has character that is evolving with every free update and because of that i think people will still be playing it when games from its era will be long forgotten.

And i must give Valve a big thumbs up for supporting its products long after release :respect:
 
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thank Robin Walker.