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#7 TF2 Bans in TF2 General Discussion

-( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)╯╲___卐卐卐卐 dont mind me just taking my mods for a walk

posted 1 week ago
#6 Need help with MGE installation on new server in TF2 General Discussion

make sure you have the mgemod config files in addons/sourcemod/configs and that the map on the server is a supported one

posted 1 week ago
#457 le economy crash in TF2 General Discussion

i still wanna know how the bug was introduced

posted 2 weeks ago
#6 Using Metal to improve TF2 performance on MacOS in Q/A Help

Get a PC

posted 2 weeks ago
#8 Problems With Failstabs in Q/A Help

use 0.5 interp and an australian vpn for increased trickstab potential (this is not a joke)

posted 2 weeks ago
#9 MGE Oihguv Reloaded in Map Discussion

put a trigger_hurt on top of the fence on spire

posted 3 weeks ago
#2 ban 1 country from tf2 in TF2 General Discussion

posted 3 weeks ago
#184 le economy crash in TF2 General Discussion

dear tf2 devs:

please rollback the game to before mym and never work in software development again ty

posted 3 weeks ago
#29 creeper in The Dumpster


posted 4 weeks ago
#28 creeper in The Dumpster


posted 4 weeks ago
#3 creeper in The Dumpster


posted 4 weeks ago
#3 remake pugs in TF2 General Discussion

0 for 3

posted 1 month ago
#23 interview with valve in TF2 General Discussion
bleghfarecThe tours and conversations Valve employees have with guests are entirely done in good faith, and multiple times that good faith been exploited to leak information, such as internal issue lists for Source 2 among other projects. Since long ago, Valve has never allowed video recording and/or photography inside their offices (with certain promotional exceptions), and I highly doubt they'd allow audio recording either.

are you suggesting that valve had editorial input over what said in their summary to prevent leaks? if so, why could they not do the same with an audio recording?

bleghfarecAlso, it's important to note:
PotatoDo not read too much into any single thing; you should read the file with a 10,000 foot view.

so basically this entire document is useless because any part of it may or may not be true?

posted 1 month ago
#21 interview with valve in TF2 General Discussion
DrHappinessgibustransparency is never bad unless youve got something to hide
I would disagree very much with that. When a developer states something or promises an update or whatever, you are resigning yourself to fulfil that promise. While that seems like a good thing, it becomes extremely limiting and for a company as volatile as Valve, change is a constant. By becoming more transparent, you risk a larger amount of your player base will become hostile to the changes put forward.

People freaked over "Neato" for Christ's sake, let alone a insight into the developers' mentality and goals. If Valve came out with "We're working on a MvM update", the competitive scene would believe that they have completely abandoned competitive. If competitive is the focus, casual players will claim that the focus is killing off what made the game popular. By not speaking at all, they ideally could listen to what people are saying or reading feedback from emails, etc and work on delivering that through updates and such, which has been the method of communication from Valve for the entirety of the games history.

Nowadays though, the TF team don't have the manpower to sustain that method and because of that, the game feels abandoned and crucial fixes seem like they haven't been patched in years (Det Bug). You can't blame Valve for focusing on more lucrative or innovative ideas, especially due to their transition from Games to Hardware/Software.

Transparency only works when there are enough people there...and even then can do more harm than good. See: Overwatch.

i was exaggerating a bit, and i was mainly talking about bug reporting. it would be nice if they at least acknowledged game breaking bugs in their game or replied to some of the numerous emails theyve been sent (since theyre supposedly reading them). i would be less mad at them if they at least explained why they havent fixed some bugs (e.g. lack of staff, hard to implement) instead of their usual silence.

posted 1 month ago
#33 The Official Ford Gaming Ultidickl Tournament in TF2 General Discussion

gg guys i had a lot of fun

posted 1 month ago
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