Category Archive: Interviews

Local Team Fortress 2 Interviews

May 15 2013

“Batterup!” (Meet The Scout – Tier I)

Once upon a time “Born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts, the Scout is a fast running scrapper with a baseball bat and a snarky ‘in-your-face’ attitude. He is very rude, and seems to think he can handle anything. He often acts a lot tougher than he can actually prove to be, though he’s certainly not …

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Nov 07 2011

“Un-freakin’-touchable! Dat’s what I’m talkin about!”

The Scout is a scrapper from Boston, Massachusetts with a baseball bat and a mean attitude. He’s the fastest mercenary on the battlefield, and his double jump leaves slower opponents struggling to keep up. Carrying a Scattergun, the Scout is ideal for aggressive fighting and flanking, allowing him to inflict massive close-range damage before dashing …

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Oct 21 2011

/Query Comedian and Salamancer

On Sunday, 9 October 2011,  competitive Team Fortress 2 (TF2) for South Africa (S.A) changed forever. The final match for the 16bit TF2 Face Off competition was shoutcasted by two of the most well known shoutcasters in Team Fortress. The attention we received from viewers globally added to the excitement and overall adrenaline as vinTage …

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Oct 04 2011

‘Boom Boom Baby!’

“The Demo man is a scrumpy-swilling demolitions expert from the Scottish Highlands, and is one of the more versatile members of the team. Though his weapons lack pinpoint long-range accuracy, the Demoman is a powerful if unpredictable asset, and can hold his own in just about any situation. He is a master of explosives, excelling …

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Sep 04 2011

League of extraordinary gamers part iii

Join me, Lola, for part 3 of my interview with 6 gamers whose experience within the SA gaming community has earned them the respect of players across all platforms. In this final part, they finally share their thoughts about TF2 as a game, the local TF2 community and what it would take to make TF2 …

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