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I don't sleep sometimes. So pigmask told me to join this site oh god I have no idea what I'm doing. I like to draw stuff, play video games, hang with friends, and other stuff. I do some graffiti now and then, it's lots of fun. :D Also, the Mother series is absolutely amazing.

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It's about damn time Valve! Valve appears to be releasing info in the style of the heavy update; little by little. I
already don't like what I see though.

The first weapon they are showing is "the Sandman". It's a baseball bat that stuns people. Sounds
interesting? Could be a great harasser like the flaregun. I play scout in a scrim team, and I don't see myself
using the bat competitively. However, we will have to see how it plays out. The main thing that bugs me is
that you lose double jump, and I incorporate dodging and moving a lot into my playstyle.

Opinions?

plz dun wreck my scout valve ;-;








http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ird8EdNTU9I

Part 2 of a documentary about the L4D boomer and his everyday life. It's pretty tops.

Part 1 for those of you who haven't seen it yet:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VbKFPQQGL5w


EDIT: Oh wow, embedding not working? Help?










Valve decides to speak:
http://www.teamfortress.com/post.php?id=2193

I hope the new scout update will have a lot of content, because people are losing interest in the game. Hopefully the unlocks will be less fail than the Heavy's. The Heavy unlocks were garbage. However, I am totally pumped for the bug fix update being released this week. It's about time.

For those of you who are too lazy to hit the link:

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" We're just about done with the Scout pack, and our design and coding has already moved on to the next pack. The weapons and achievements are all nailed down, and we just have to finish up the final artwork on them. We like to do the final art as late as possible to ensure that we don't waste any work, which turned out to be a good decision this time around due to the large number of unlockables we tried out as alternatives to the Scattergun. Balancing his replacement weapon has been very tricky due to large threat difference of the Scout between skilled and non-skilled hands. More on that soon.

In the meantime, here's a few answers to some questions we get regularly:

"When's the next update going to be out?"

* We've got an update that should be out tomorrow with a bunch of bug & exploit fixes. Later this week we hope to have another update out that changes the way we store your unlockable items. You shouldn't notice much difference, other than if you play on multiple computers we'll now propagate your item choices. You can think of that update as the one that moves your inventory into the Steam Cloud. Once that's out of the way, we'll be able to ship the Scout pack.


"Why did you change the minigun's muzzle flash away from the original one shown in Meet the Heavy?"

* That muzzle flash was one of the earliest effects that we put in the game and it was done before our new particle system was in place. As we moved forward with the effects we decided that such a cartoony hard-edged look to the effects didn't help the readability of the overall game. If the muzzle flashes and all the effects had well defined edges, they would visually compete with the rest of the TF2 world and the players. So it was decided that the effects should be much softer than the rest of the game so as to not overwhelm an already visually dense game.


"Why should I use Natascha? And doesn't she only do 66% damage, not 75%?"

* You're correct, there was a bug that caused her to lose 0.75 damage off each individual bullet she fired. She spits out so many bullets that a tiny amount like that added up to a significant difference. Tomorrow's update will fix that, and also includes a slight boost to the amount of slowdown she delivers. Our internal playtesters have been finding her much more useful, especially on the large number of Scouts running around with new toys.


"Why is the Sniper such a fake Australian? Aren't several members of the TF2 team Australian?"

* Yes, it's true, the Sniper is a fairly unconvincing Australian. Most of his lines make him sound more English than Australian, and the voice actor is clearly an English actor faking an Australian accent. As for why we didn't fight to make him more authentic, we though it was appropriate that he was about as convincing an Australian as the Demoman is a Scotsman, or the Medic a German."
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emile
10:55 AM on 05.25.2008



I found this sweet little game where you are a riceball with a seaweed hookshot thing. The objective is simple, with your only goal being to reach the magical white door. What is behind that door? Well, there are some questions best left unanswered. Of course it is almost entirely in Japanese, but still a good time-waster nevertheless.

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The developer, makes epicly epic games. You should check them out.



That is a cat on a fucking dolphin.


Now, if we had more of THIS kind of creativity and awesomeness on XBLA, instead of Euchre Mania Deluxe Extreme, it would make me a very excited person.

-Geoff
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