Sunday, June 26, 2011

Video Spotlight #26 Meet the Medic

Sharing videos I managed to find scattered across the internet.

Looks like I'm fashionably late with a video once again. I've been terribly busy and already this video is all over the entire reaches of the internet. Even the darkest corners where the sun doesn't shine and Unicorns don't even have horns or magic. Seriously. Shit is dark. If you are one of the few that hasn't seen this delicious cup of tea then I think you need to get to it. Meet the Medic is the embedded video below but since it's the newest video in the "Meet the..." series of Team Fortress 2 introductions, I decided to link to all of the others to catch you up to speed. You know I spoil you. Go on. Admit it.

"Meet them all" is a compilation video someone posted that includes:
Meet the Engineer
Meet the Soldier
Meet the Demoman
Meet the Heavy
Meet the Sandvich
Meet the Scout
Meet the Sniper
And you can find the link right behind door number 1:

Meet the Spy is one of my personal favorites and that would be behind door number 2:

And now! The newest and possibly best video in the series:

Did you catch that at the end? Team Fortress 2 is now Free! FOREVER! And possibly ever. Grab that shit on Steam and get in there. You know you want to.

This is Kylak signing out and wondering when "Meet the Pyro" will finally be released.


  1. XD I loved these, and I love Team Fortress. Valve in general just makes nice games. It seems like more and more reasons for me to join Steam are popping up everywhere. I don't really have any money to buy anything on there but it seems like there's an ample amount of free content.

    I also seem to quote the Meet The Heavy video. "It costs X billion dollars to fire this gun for 13 seconds. BWAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHA." I also forget the price he mentions so I make something up each time.

    Oh, and guess what! I now have functional internet. 15mbps, and I'm actually getting that. So long as the server I'm downloading from is close.

  2. "Archimedes?"

    Priceless. I love all the "Meet the"! I really want to play Team Fortress bad.

  3. Opee! I'm glad you're back.

    Valve is love. There is no doubt about it. haha

    Ya know, it's a great point that you bring up about free Steam content. There are so many free games nowadays (Steam and elsewhere) and I just can't help but think that it's purely wonderful.

    Functional internet? *high five* I've been out of town without internet for awhile now. Being unplugged is a strange and uncomfortable feeling. I have Panera Wi-Fi to thank for my current connection but I'll be back home to post again in a day or two.

    @ Wafflesaurus
    When we finally get free time, we're so jumping in. :D

  4. It's like a giant 50-foot semi-transparent wall has been lifted from in front of me and the internet is now available in all of its beauty.

    Free games are always great, and in no short supply. I'm hoping I can contribute to that in the near future as well. Trying to learn me some programming for that very purpose.

  5. Opee, if you ever want to join forces in making games, let me know.

  6. Of course! I need a lot more work before I'm ready to start making them though. And naturally, I'll send you links to any games I make as well.

  7. I'm super curious over here. Do you plan to start small with Flash games as a stepping stone or jumping into something else?

  8. Well, first I need to learn a programming language, before anything else. Then I'll probably try to recreate classic games like pong and tetris and other things to get a feel for debugging. I don't know how long this will take. Could be years really.

    I might start small with flash games, that is definitely a possibility. I do see a lot of potential in it. But first I want to understand all the basics and know exactly what I'm getting into in and out.

  9. It's great to hear someone say, "Could be years really." when just talking about the basics. Too many people think it happens overnight. You're already ahead of the game it would seem. *thumbs up*



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