Yeah, TF2 changed a lot of things. New gamemodes, maps and most classes don't play the same at all. It's not a big ussue anyway. It's free, so nobody can complain. I just would have liked the game more and played it if they has fixed some stuff I personally find annoying. On another note, one of my friends gifted me Divinity; Dragon Commander. It's a sort of hybrid between Total War and Stacraft 2's campaign, in a steampunk setting with dragons. I like the parts where you are in the ship talking to people, researching upgrades and making political decisions. The RTS phase, not so much. It's extremely simple; X unit counters Y unit, you have truckloads of ressources, spam spam spam. You can summon a controllable dragon for added fun which saves those gameplay phases, but some micro required would've been nice. Nitpicks; the political decisions are basically 21th century ones; immigration, global health care, gay marriage, sex equality, all sorts of things that really clash with the 19thish century setting. It seems weird to discuss those very modern issue in a fantasy setting without any allegory. It feels more like they're talking to the player rather a character. Also, the portrayal of women is few things short of juvenile. You have the classic flirty bad girl with big boobs, the frail, thin lizard women who also (somehow) has absolutely massive knockers, and the third charater is a stereotypical ''feminazi'' of the most ridiculous sorts, who can't say a sentence without reminding you how males suck and who's obviously written to be completely unlikable. I'm not sure what kind of audience they intended for such a silly character.