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  1. Tired of Particle effects ruining your TF2 experiance? Tired of all those annoying miscs dropping your frames too? Well i have your solution and it's something i used while i played and boy does it help. It's called Clean TF2 and comes with quite a few mods that remove effects,Textures and other uneeded things to greatly improve FPS. This can remove so much crap hopefully this will be a good temp solution for anyone having problems and a perma solution to those who just need a FPS boost in generall. WARNING A CERTAIN MOD WILL CHANGE FOOTSTEP SOUNDS TO NOTHING BUT METAL. TO FIX THIS DO NOT INSTALL THE SURFACE PROPERTIES MOD. Thank you and enjoy! Lastly this is ALL ONE MOD FOLDER that comes with ALL THE MODS. So every mod you need and don't need comes in a folder NAMED CLEAN TF2. Anyways Enjoy! LINK:
  2. Is it an FPS? Is it an RTS? No. This is MGS. ...Wait, that's not it... Natural Selection 2 started out as a mod for Half-Life 1. I'm sure even today, there are many people playing the Half-Life 1 mod for its amazing popularity. The same can be said of other awesome games like Counter-Strike, Team Fortress 2, etc. But to note with this one, the sequel is not running in the Source engine. Unknown Worlds split off into their own company, developed their own engine (and even a lot of their own Lua-based tools) and made the masterpiece you see above. Much like the original mod, two teams work with RTS-like objectives, mainly aiming to destroy the enemy's core base buildings. While most of the players play as various ground units, each team has one "Commander" who sits inside this base building, and is given a top-down view of the battlefield. They can place buildings, issue orders to players (to be followed or ignored) and offer assistance to their grunts. Unknown Worlds were really one of the first people to attempt this RTS/FPS hybrid, and it has actually worked very well for them thus far. The maps are very large, and tend to involve battles of territory control. Both teams must gather resources in order to attain various upgrades, and to build new base buildings. When harvesters are built, they add to both the commander's resource pool, as well as individual players' resource pools that can be used for them to buy their own new weapons. One team plays as a squad of Marines, who might be more familiar for common FPS players. The other team play as an alien race called the Kharra, whose strategies have to be very much altered to allow for sneak attacks, following the many air vents of the base to get around quickly, and occasionally throwing around some brute force. It might remind you a little of the Infected from Left 4 Dead. In a similar vein, a lone marine tends to find it very difficult to fight off attacking Skulks, so players are advised to travel in groups. The game is on sale for $25. I will admit something anyone should know with their buying decision is that there have been a few complaints of performance issues even on higher-end systems. The devs have been very quick to update about issues thus far, and the main menu of the game even includes a Twitter feed from the developers at the bottom of the screen, possibly facilitating a bit more communication. I've been playing it for a few days, and even though I often lose, it feels like there's a lot of strategy to explore in this game.
  3. Well like the title says I am a newbie to tf2 and I was thinking I should start playing the game more often to see how it is and all I only play it couple of time but in practice mode cause I am just just trying to get the hang of the control's and I was wondering what is the best server to go to on here and how do you connect to it and again sorry for the newbie questions. Cause if I start liking the game maybe later on I should start buying different guns and accessories for the characters also whats a good class to start off with right away so then I can move on along with another different type of class once I am use to the game play and all and the environment.
  4. Brick Force is a combination of minecraft and a first person shooter game where you can build you're base like you would do in minecraft and also after building you're base you can have matches against other players. This game is in beta but here is the site where you can signed up to be able to play. here is the site also closed beta begins in february 28th .
  5. Ok guys gotham city imposter is a new fps game that is out for the ps3 xbox and pc and it is similar to team fortress 2 gameplay I was wondering what you think is better between them both you think gotham city impostors will be bigger and better then team fortress two or do you think that team fortress two will always be better then any other fps games that comes out that try's to steal the gameplay of team fortress two to try to take away team fortress two players.
  6. I made this for games that involve FPS games and those who play them. I recently got attracted to Killing floor because of sgt. Its a good game but I find it boring when you aren't playing with friends. Another game is Conduit 2 for the wii. Its a really underrated shooter for the wii that is suprisinly good for its genre(Sci-fi shooter) I would recommend it to people who have a wii and are looking for a shooter to play