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Team Fortress 2

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Platform: Xbox 360
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Team Fortress 2 review (PC)

Reviewed July 06, 2008

Mike Suskie says: "Team Fortress 2 doesn’t have many maps, and of them, only about three or four are particularly popular. Yet they are so carefully designed, and inspire so many different approaches for both offense and defense, that in a way it doesn’t matter, because each game is completely different from the last, and all match each other in sheer intensity."
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