he's ready to give you an enema! this game seems to be having a big chunk of pixar influence. it's already fun just to watch the introduction of the characters, cause it has this flair of a good animated flick. this game leads us into another era of computer gaming, where it's not about worlds of war to save human mankind, and sqauds of demons straight from hell, it brings back the silly attidude of funny, unrealistic, and colorful games which have no scale to go by (that is, also within the game!). maybe tf2 turns out as your harmless comic book you read as a kid wrapped up into a virtual playground. if only a game like team fortress 2 had the power to nail responsible "experts" of media and communication who don't see us as gamers, but people who join the dark side of life - that this example strengthens the argument to play videogames, more precisely shooters. and fps aren't any virus for our society, they offer interactive, emotional involvement - they're actually as comical as team fortress 2. the only difference is the fact that tf2 represents it optically (most likely beyond that), whereas other shooters stand for the same picture, opponents of the "new media" just have to get the whole picture. well... let's hope it actually will be this kind of "batman series back in the '60s" fps. eventually!