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Team Fortress 2 gets creative with A Tale of Two Cities and the Saxxy Awards

Who remembers the novel, "A tale of two cities" by Charles Dickens? Well, the creative (yet unstable) minds at Team Fortress decided it needed a sequel. What could possibly go wrong? 


If you find that news to upsetting, then just skip it and move towards the 2013 Saxxy Awards. It will blow your eyeballs out.


It was the best of was the worst of times

A Tale of Two Cities pits tow cities against each other, Manhattan vs Rottenburg. Manhatten is filled with the Steel Horde, protecting the manufacturing arm of Saxton Hale's boutique Mhankö line (whatever can that be?!)  Rottenburg (it seems) is filled with Mad Medics.

Players can expect the usual pushing-the-envelope weapon and apparel upgrades.

Check out the complete update notes for for A Tale of Two Cities Manhattan here and Rottenburg here.

The Third Annual Saxxy Awards

If you've never seen a film from Saxxy Awards then your life is incomplete. Films range from comedy, to action to downright insane. They should all come with a health warning because you might just die from laughter. All the submissions were made by fans of Team Fortress 2, using Source Filmmaker.

So call  a medic, and check out the winners of the 2013 Saxxy Awards.

Lil' Guardian Pyro, overall winner by Brent Kennedy

Crackpot, best short finalist by MaxOfS2D

A second visit into the mind of your favorite pyromaniac, brought to you by the collaboration of eighteen TF2 fanatics.

Disruption, best comedy by FineLeatherJackets·

Chinatown Getaway, best action by Hypo

Till Death Do Us Part, best drama by Lozeng3r

Source: Team Fortress 2

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