Take On Valve in a Round of Team Fortress 2

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Valve has announced a special event to celebrate the release of The Orange Box. On October 19th, through Xbox Live, players will have the chance to take on the developers of Team Fortress 2 themselves in a few friendly rounds of the game. On that day, from 3-7 PM PDT (6-10 EDT), you’ll be able to chat and play with the level designers, programmers, artists, writers, and animators who worked on the game and learn a few insider tips and strategies. To participate, simply add the gamertags below to your friends list. On that day, you can invite or be invited by a member of the Valve team into a game.

  • gamewithdev1 (Matt W.- Level Designer)
  • ValveArtist1 (Matthew S. – Artist)
  • ValveAnim (Matthew R. – Animator)
  • ValveProg1 (Vitaliy – Programmer)
  • ValveProg2 (Adrian – Programmer)
  • ValveProg3 (Kerry – Programmer)
  • ValveProg4 (Robin – Programmer)
  • ValveProg5 (Jim – Programmer)
  • ValveLevelDes2 (Dave – Level Designer)
  • ValveArtist2 (Nick – Artist)
  • ValveLevelDes3 (Scott – Level Designer)
  • ValveProg6 (David – Programmer)
  • ValveWriter (Chet – Writer)

That’s all well and good, but when do the PC players get a chance to take on the Valve team?

Via Press Release

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Natural Selecter

On October 22, 2007 at 1:34 pm

I guess the PC gamers will not get a chance. The publishers tend to favor the console players because consoles is how you can reach the casual gamers more easily.

weclock

On October 22, 2007 at 2:41 pm

I don’t know about that, Gabe Newell has said more than once that he does not have a good outlook on the xbox 360, and the way that Microsoft does it’s video games.

He think that consoles should have the same customization options that a PC has.