Tell you what -- I'm not very good at first-person shooters. And since Team Fortress 2 has been out for years, the learning curve is way out of my reach; but I kind of dig on the brassy, big band soundtrack. What to do?
Play Dylan Loney's Great Class Dash, a 2.5D sidescrolling platformer based on TF2's nine classes, natch. Today marks the game's first public release, and a cursory glance at the trailer reveals a Canabalt-inspired romp through Canada, Egypt, a swamp, and a volcano. Everything -- the animation, the character models, the environments -- looks really crisp, although I do wish the camera was a little more zoomed in on the action. Though I suppose that'd make it harder to see upcoming environmental hazards and switch classes (on the fly!) accordingly.
There don't seem to be any enemies, but each class has a special ability that will help you get through the game: The Scout can double jump over large gaps; the Heavy can break barriers; the Pyro's flame-retardant suit keeps him safe from fire and steam; and so on and so forth.
Loney originally developed The Great Class Dash for a level design contest, but he got enough positive feedback to keep the project going. You can download it here.
Rainbow Six Siege is coming along nicely, if the closed alpha is any indication
4:30 PM on 04.08.2015