It seems to be taking the tone that DNF should take, but won't. Matt Hazard's tongue is planted firmly in cheek, and that's why it could be good. Duke Nukem is over the top, for sure, but if it's even half-serious, that'll be too much.
The best part of the 360 update will be the payload maps. It's consistently the most played gametype on PC and could be a lot of fun, if people pick it up again. .
With all of the upgrades (or sidegrades as the TF2 community calls them, as none of them are patently better than their counterparts sans the Ubersaw) and map tweaks, it'll be a brand new game for the $5 or $10 the update will cost. Go Valve. I'll probably just keep playing it on PC though.
My old job was at the Virgin Megastore on Sunset Strip (before it closed ), so I've randomly met a ton of celebrities. I can't remember them all, but here's a partial list:
Brian Austin Green (big gamer and has a hot girlfriend who is also a gamer)
Jorge Garcia (Hugo from Lost)
Most of that band Fallout Boy (they suck, but their singer is a nerd and a pretty nice dude)
Frank Sinatra Jr.
The only gaming industry luminary I've met is Warren Spector. And Shane Bettenhausen.
I have no idea. I got a 360 first, but I have like 5 more friends on my PSN list and I only know one of my Live friends in real life, whereas 10 of my PSN friend are real-life friends. I'm weird like that.