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George Murphy 27/jan/2013 às 9:09
TF2 on (3)DS
Just a thought, but with dual sticks, it could work.
not only does it only requie 2 bumpers and other stuff could be done on the bottom screen. above all, it isn't too intensive, so it shouldn't be too taxing on the next generation handhelds
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Sir Meth 27/jan/2013 às 9:11 
I Don't see a Valve game working on an nintendo console, they're more targeted towards children, (3DS) or not too hardcore gamers, valve is really more of a PC gaming company.
-SMASH 27/jan/2013 às 9:12 
TF2 is 11gb, which is more than quadruple the size of a typical 3DS cartridge.
Sir Meth 27/jan/2013 às 9:14 
If TF2 was to be on 3DS, it would be very pixelated, terrible and ruin the franchise, not to mention the fanbase.
His Dudeness 27/jan/2013 às 9:17 
Escrito originalmente por ~GtG~ Rage:
I Don't see a Valve game working on an nintendo console, they're more targeted towards children, (3DS) or not too hardcore gamers, valve is really more of a PC gaming company.

And I really hope it stays that way...
Tim Timsen (Banido(a)) 27/jan/2013 às 9:18 
Because aiming with a control stick or D-Pad is so much better than aiming with your mouse...






Not.
Ugion 27/jan/2013 às 9:19 
Escrito originalmente por ~GtG~ Rage:
If TF2 was to be on 3DS, it would be very pixelated, terrible and ruin the franchise, not to mention the fanbase.
If it was cross platform.
Ryan. 27/jan/2013 às 9:19 
Nintendo is aimed at children more than anything, whereas VALVe isn't aimed toward children at all. In fact, the complete opposite.
George Murphy 27/jan/2013 às 9:35 
Just a thought, and i knew that they would have to compress (read: dumb it down) and probably ruin it, but i hve always thought of more portable TF2 and happened to be cleaning out my room at the time I posted this
smithney 27/jan/2013 às 9:36 
Escrito originalmente por Super Jew:
Nintendo is aimed at children more than anything, whereas VALVe isn't aimed toward children at all. In fact, the complete opposite.
At grannies?
Última edição por smithney; 27/jan/2013 às 9:36
George Murphy 27/jan/2013 às 9:36 
don't forget Granddads
SharkWithALaserBeam 27/jan/2013 às 9:41 
they can't crossplatform because Valve loses money. Im pretty sure thats why the xbox version is never updated because the update would be too much of an expense and we all know gabe likes to bathe in his filthy money.

Besides with the production of Valve's console the Steam Box im sure they got bigger and better plans than to partner with nintendo. We don't need no more squeakers on mics.
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Tim Timsen (Banido(a)) 27/jan/2013 às 9:43 
Escrito originalmente por SharkWithALaserBeam:
they can't crossplatform because Valve loses money. Im pretty sure thats why the xbox version is never updated because the update would be too much of an expense and we all know gabe likes to bathe in his filthy money.
Uhm, wrong, Microsoft would charge for an update and Valve don't want to charge for their updates.
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George Murphy 27/jan/2013 às 9:43 
yeah, sucks for the one guy who still plays it on the Xbox
Sir Meth 27/jan/2013 às 9:43 
TF2 3DS + UPDATES = MONEY LOSS - DEVELOPMENT = NO HALF LIFE 3.
Tim Timsen (Banido(a)) 27/jan/2013 às 9:44 
Escrito originalmente por ~GtG~ Rage:
TF2 3DS + UPDATES = MONEY LOSS - DEVELOPMENT = NO HALF LIFE 3.
Because the TF2 dev team works on Half-Life 3...
Última edição por Tim Timsen; 27/jan/2013 às 9:44
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