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Author: jerec
Posted: March 14, 2011 (12:25 AM)
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I follow Telltale Games pretty closely, and they made a huge deal about this one. But the lack of any multiplayer was a deal breaker for me. Playing Poker against AI is only fun for a short while. Glad I didn't waste my money on this one, glitches like that would have caused me to ragequit.

Plus I don't play TF2 so there's no real incentives there.

I can avoid death by not having a life.

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Author: Halon
Posted: March 14, 2011 (03:22 PM)
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I think part of the big deal was because of the unlockables for Team Fortress 2. I mean there's really nothing to get excited about here; if you're familiar with the four characters you've probably already heard better lines from them.

The good news is the game is only $5. Not exactly worth getting, but I don't feel ripped off, either.


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