On Team Fortress 2

Missing in Action: The Lost Games of the PC, Part 3 on IGN tries to ascertain the true status of several game projects that haven't been heard from in a while, including Loose Cannon (TBD), Pantheon (RIP), Sovereign (RIP), and Imperium Galactica III / Galaxy Andromeda / Nexus: The Jupiter Incident (still breathing). Along the way, they talk with Valve's Doug Lombardi, who fills us in on the status of TeamFortress 2, the planned reworking of the popular modification (to correct a point in the article, the original T.F. was for Quake) that you may have heard discussed by your grandparents:
Here's the word from Valve's Doug Lombardi: "Some time after we announced Team Fortress 2, which was then being created on the HL1 tech, the decision was made to move the project to the Source Engine, the same engine used for HL2. The project is still in development here at Valve and we will be announcing more info after HL2 ships."
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Man, they are way the frell off on this. This history is wrong and the game play listed is wrong. It was suppose to be a Capital Ship Combat game but cdv tried to cram the 4X gameplay down the devs throat. It was canceled in June, not August. HDI picked up the game (www.nexusthegame.com) and it looking just as sweet and being made the way it was intended.
cdv was and is a crap company. They even screwed with breed after the devs were done and changed the textures and scripting. Even going so far as to use an earlier build of the game. cdv blows doggie chunks.
The IGN article is shoddy at best. Nothing was checked with any certanty. Bad reporting, bad article.

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