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Team Fortress 2
This is the game’s premise: With enough skill, any class becomes this, but here are some specific examples. If they manage to build up a nest they become extremely difficult to kill, especially if they are protected by good Pyros.
+1 ^^ Also, Valve started to require steam for their games ten years ago when steam was a piece of shit (some may say it still is:D) and Valve a small company. They smelled, like EA with BF3, that fans could endure a slow death just for HL² and CS, it was perfect to convert many people to that newborn cult.
Mar 8, TheRedSnifit said: The only possible thing that could save comp TF2 is if they aggressively pushed it significant cash prizes, pushing it in CSGO tourneys, etc. Needless to say, this is an extraordinarily unlikely scenario. They missed their chance years ago. The best bet is that they release a TF3 after people stop caring about Overwatch but before Blizzard makes a sequel, but that probably won’t happen either.
It does seem like at least some former TF2 pros would love to come back to the game if they offered bigger prize pools. But yeah it’s really on Valve at this point. I don’t think 6s as the format currently exists could have ever been big since telling people that 5 of the 9 classes aren’t viable most of the time is going to turn off a huge amount of the player base.
Based on that Dave Riller quote I posted a few days ago it seems Valve is moving in a balancing direction that makes all of the classes viable most of the time in comp which I do think is a good direction to go. I would love to see Valve pull it off.
The plot thickens in TF2
Dec 21, ZekeThePlumber said: I had wrongly assumed the price would drop when more of them became available during Smissmas this year. Unfortunately, all the new festives suck.
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Usually each item is nerfed when there is enough of an outcry over the weapons in the general community. The Sandman , introduced in the Scout update. And after stunning someone, you can pick up your ball or someone else’s and use it again. It became the first weapon in the game to be banned in competitive Team Fortress 2. In fact, the Sandman caused so much controversy that Valve has nerfed, then buffed, then nerfed it numerous times. Seriously, look at how many patches have been applied to it.
This culminated with the Jungle Inferno update, as it removed the stunning ability entirely and replaced it with a slowdown similar to the Natascha. According to Valve themselves , the weapon was a Game Breaker simply because players hate losing control of their character in multiplayer shooters. This made the Blaster overpowered, as a zero boost Scout was still faster than every other class and it’d only take 99 damage to gain full boost; in other words, a single meatshot.
The double jump penalty also wasn’t so bad as a Scout skilled in aerial combat could keep dealing damage while jumping and so negate the boost loss. Thus the Blaster’s only real downside compared to the Scattergun was the slightly smaller clip size. Eventually, the Gun Mettle update patched the Blaster to lose boost based on damage taken by the Scout, making him easier to slow and demanding he play more cautiously.
Alaya and some Anal Action
This entire post is just a means to have a grab and complain about the people who arent happy with the update. All your negative points are aimed at the people who complain. Even your final point is basically having a go at people who preferred quickplay over community servers. The thing you have to realise is that many will see your positive views as negative.
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Everything is tested thoroughly, gameplay map, modes, nothing breaks almost ever, even with crazy combinations of abilities it’s still rock solid on every corner. In comparison, TF2 feels like half-assed device that’s hold up by many thin strings all tangled up together and some duct tape. What I like in TF2, not it Overwatch: It doesn’t feel constrained, both in gameplay and expression. You can rocket jump at what speed you can reach, have fine air control – movement is as fast as your reflexes.
In Overwatch you have a huge rubber band tied to you back – do something more and you’ll be pulled back. All the timers feel so artificial, and movement stuff, like Phara’s conc jump, that for some reason stops you after flying 10 meters, is infuriating. The same with expression. While OW has a bigger selection of characters, most of them feel generic and doesn’t allow for customization.
A lot of people bash TF2 for it’s skins, but I think it added a new life to it and new ways for people to play. Skins, items, taunts, a myriad of voice lines led to some most fun and hilarious online interactions I’ve ever had. Too bad the game has been dying for several years now. It feels like Valve has no interest in it and is constantly waiting for it to die, but it somehow just doesn’t die – it’s in limbo state where there’s no point of investing in it any more, but killing it completely isn’t an option either.
A year later, how does Overwatch compare to Team Fortress 2?
Players can choose to play as one of nine character classes in these teams, each with his own unique strengths, weaknesses, and weapons. In order to accomplish objectives efficiently, a balance of these classes is required due to how these strengths and weaknesses interact with each other in a team-based environment. Although the abilities of a number of classes have changed from earlier Team Fortress incarnations, the basic elements of each class have remained, that being one primary weapon, one secondary weapon, and one melee weapon.
During matches, the “Administrator”,  a woman voiced by Ellen McLain , announces various game events over loudspeakers. Persistent statistics tell the player how he or she is improving in relation to these statistics, such as if a player comes close to his or her record for the damage inflicted in a round.
The TF2 wiki has a page that lists the commands, AI and supported maps that bots can be used on. You do not need cheats to be on to use this type of bot. You do not need cheats to .
Medics were essentially useless, which was a stark opposite to normal gameplay. The only vaguely effective loadout relied on getting Kritzkrieg Ubers as fast as possible, but even then, people would prefer another Heavy or Demoman instead. Thankfully, the Two Cities update made it so Medics were actually useful again. Sharing canteens is pretty awesome as well.
Of course, this shook up the MvM meta quite a bit. People were willing to let Medics play, which is more than can be said for Spies and Snipers. Soldiers also had a bigger role to play with the ability to stun robots on direct hits.
Rifle Scope and Hunting Optic Reviews
Post by Mousey on Oct 8, It’s a really nice item ever since they gave it some overheal. The lower overheal makes it more difficult to initiate and push which places you at a disadvantage beforehand.
TF2: Fix the renderer to get rid of that annoying ‘outlines are gone’ bug. Added ‘Aim Method’ option to switch between desired aiming algorithms like Plain, Silent (Slow and Smooth aim coming in the next update) Fixed ESP was not drawing 3D->2D objects while matchmaking warmup due to invalid perspective frustum.
Koekelbag replied to Rainy’s topic in Versus Ponyville Maybe kinda weird one Melee, Righteous Bison during rage. Slows time like duoboss Octavia, but not as much , stuns sentries, equips Righteous Bison; Increased movement speed when equipped but still so that she too moves slower during rages , shoots a number of projectiles with increased ramp-up damage and huge building damage as well as having fall-off damage, penetrates players but not buildings, and ff it’s possible hitbox projectiles increases over distance.
Also if possible This bison appears as a cello to all players, has an increased magazine shots? Subsequent rages only fill the magazine back up. So, basically, this is my idea for Octavia; A hale that, much like the duohale, slows time, but instead of going all matrix-like uses a bison to deal ranged damage, explaining it as Octavia using the soundwaves of her Cello to damage players and buildings. These soundwaves would be tight and highly damaging at close range with increased damage to buildings, explaining it as affecting the software , but spread out and deal less damage the further it travels kinda like real-life soundwaves Also, Octavia herself is sped up during the rage to make up for the slowed game.
To kinda balance this since players are slow as turtles while Octavia moves faster, but not as much as she would if time isn’t slowed , she can only use the bison to deal damage. While the penetrating shots can be devastating to tight groups Also, buildings and map can block shots, so use them as cover. Or a pomson works too, derp.