You know what this is, no need to eXplain. Here’s ten more must-watch TF2 clips.
This series is based upon user-provided demos. If you don’t submit it, it won’t be in here!
Lucky Luke — About time we’re posting this! That’s right. As always, this (20th) edition features some great clips from players all over the world. March is already in production, and don’t forget to submit your best clips!
Welcome to part two of my three part article series documenting and reviewing the calendar year of 2011 in the world of competitive TF2. I would like to apologies to the Aussies, Africans and Asians for not really featuring you in these articles but I prefer to focus on the two main scenes which I actually know a something about. Anyway without further ado, I present to you the months of May to August of this year.
TL:DR – TF2 dies, gets born again and we have an awesome LAN.
Here’s eXtv’s newest global compilation, with frags from just about everywhere. Enjoy!
gem of an old-fashioned TF2 rant/commentary by Foster with an actual positive outlook for 2011 and to steal a quote from it made by Darn:2011 was a great year for me personally; being the year of the ‘panda’ in the Chinese calendar – might have made that up, it could be a smaller animal with a likeness for orange vegetables – and has been one of the most eventful years, dare I say ‘THE MOST’ eventful year in our competitive scenes history. We have had the biggest LAN to date, TF2 going Free-2-play, launch of a new casting organisation and many, many great matches. It has also been a year of doubt and controversy. The slogan ‘TF2 is dead’ being printed on TF2 discussion boards everywhere and still being typed by many there has been dispute and frustration over unlocks, LANs and growth in the TF2 scene. There has been more gossip, controversy and drama than you’ll ever see on Maury. TF2 has changed – rising stars of TF2 have gone ’pro’, old pros have gone on the Brink of losing interest and leaving the scene. Coverage has changed and developed with new people writing articles, making videos, volunteering to cast or stream and hell we have even seen a new game mode start to become accepted in Team Fortress 2. To start it off I found a
“Unless TF2 gets a proper LAN tournament in 2011, it will be the last year.”
Make of that what you will.
It’s been a long year. I intend to go over it month by month highlighting the memorable matches, the big dramas and the key events that defined our scene this calendar year. To avoid a TL:DR fest I will split it up into 3 parts, one to release now, one of New Years Eve and the last part in 2012. I would like to apologies to those who do not follow the Gregorian calendar, if for example you are Jewish please re-read this again in 9 months.