Sappy: More Live Action TF2

By Jim Rossignol on August 6th, 2011 at 8:57 am.


The internet’s appetite for dressing up as videogame characters and acting out the activities we usually play on screen is boundless, as is evidenced by this rather high-quality live action Team Fortress 2 video. It’s a familiar tale of sapping a sentry gun. The film was made by some chaps called Corridor Digital. Go watch, below.

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25 Comments »

  1. d32 says:

    No comments, imagine that.

  2. DdCno1 says:

    Corridor Digital rocks. I recommend watching a few of their other, mostly videogame related videos. They often cooperate with Freddie (Yt-channel: freddiew) and Jimmy Wong (jimmy) and a few other LA based musicians and young filmmakers. It’s quite an impressive creative network.

  3. Gnoupi says:

    I’m impressed by the quality of the props in this video, btw. The Minecraft video from them had a lot of papercraft, but here it’s a whole other level.

    Great video, besides

  4. inertia says:

    This isn’t TF2! Where are all the hats?

  5. Kakrafoon says:

    10/10!

  6. Kakrafoon says:

    There was no Heavy in that video! I’m sad now.

  7. patricij says:

    Solid

  8. LionsPhil says:

    I’m kind of saddened that they put so much effort into special effects and so little into getting character personalities in the same ballpark as the ones Valve have extensively built up.

  9. yurusei says:

    Needs more blood. and bits of body parts.

    Otherwise, impressive video, that’s alot of effort put in to a fan video.

  10. Solidstate89 says:

    Wow, those production values are as good as a FreddieW video. Good on them.

  11. sexyresults says:

    Awesome! Loved it!

  12. Berzee says:

    Much better than I expected! Primarily because they completely understand which parts are not good and which parts are. =)

  13. MajorManiac says:

    Very nice. I also really like this Minecraft video they did – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8uyxVmdaJ-w&feature=mfu_in_order&list=UL

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