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My Script For A Team Fortress 2 Short About The Spy I love the bit in Meet The Sniper when our man wonders aloud whether he's been . the Scout in the Heavy's headlock, until it settles on the Engineer, which is labelled “FATHER”. A new. Script [The engineer is sitting in front of a red truck, strumming his guitar. The track Meet the Engineer TF2. Released Videos of Team Fortress 2 · Meet the . Meet the Engineer Titlecard . in the video was later released in full as a part of the Team Fortress 2 Soundtrack, under the name More Gun.
I do care if you think a particular scene drags or is weak, though, so please keep those thoughts coming. I may even come back to it fresh in a week or so and think about cutting it to a realistic size, I just need to a know what people like, b work out how long the current script is in real-time — Wolf, your three minute figure sounds likely, and c leave it alone for a bit.
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Too long, but fantastic. A g-mod short in the works, methinks. I hereby retract my length comment.
I can see how my criticism re: Script should include a. Nice scenario, but I just have one thing that made me run here and comment.
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My favorites are the narration segments and the bit with the sentry, although it could stand to have a few lines cut. To reduce the length somewhat, consider making it follow the Meet the Soldier template a little more closely, where the speech is clearly the core of the video, and the cutaways are brief, action-heavy asides.
In other words, prune each cutaway to its essential few seconds and leave out most of the dialogue. Another tactic that could make the asides play a little better might be to break certain ones up into multiple segments: My idea was to just show him killing the other classes in thier Meet The peaks like when the sniper taunts after killing the spy [the lack of logic adds to the fun] or when the heavy sloughters the other team laughing when it comes to action scenes.
I can SEE that working very well. Developer Robin Walker has stated that the shorts "tie in to the strategy we have with TF2 of continually updating the service What the videos do is give ways for people who don't even have Team Fortress 2 yet to get some entertainment from the game.
And that may turn them into TF2 players and customers. Game writer Eric Wolpaw said creating the series "helped everyone on the team get a little bit more in tune with who that particular character was, so we just kept knocking them out and they kept on being popular". An example of the series' influence on the design of the game was the Sandvich. According to Walker, the item "came almost directly out of the movie We felt the movie had justified and created a way for us to have a 'Sandvich' in the game and have that action [of eating it] make any kind of sense in our game world".
- Team Fortress 2: Meet the Scout
Another item to be introduced after its appearance in the series was Jarate which was added after its debut in Meet the Sniper. The series also assisted in the development of game technology.
Meet the Engineer
Valve used Meet the Heavy to test the facial animation system the studio was developing for Team Fortress 2. According to Walker, the new system "allowed our characters to have a much greater range of expressions than we were able to do in Half-Life We wanted a test case for that".
The resulting technology produced in the creation of the Meet the Team series now appears in the game when played on the highest graphical settings. Walker recalled that team's pleasure about "the expression on the Heavy at the end when he's shooting and screaming" was not fake, and was not just "this thing that the coolest bit in [the movie] was something that would happen in the game.
The short was also shown to a user from the Steam Users' Forum upon his visit to Valve 's head offices in Bellevue, Washington.