Excerpt: "If you said to me the words Counter Strike, what would i think of? The biggest ever and most popular online game and has been for 4-5 years. Counter Strike is a modification for the multi award winning Half Life which is considered by many as the best game ever created. I don't agree with or dispute with that statement but one thing i can agree with is Counter Strike is the biggest online game out there. Why is it the biggest online game? because ...
Pros: Ability to Beta Test Counter Strike : Source
Summary: well i am a mega cs fan i play cs and i am quit good at it but this game has a bad name for cs. i mean you know deleted scenes was great with the nice skins and stuff but the rest sucks. i mean when i try to go online in steam my computer crashes and freezes. and the menu is laggy. and trust me i have a good computer so you do the math.
Summary: Let's face it...Counter Strike fans will give this game high ratings no matter what. True die hard CS players like myself laugh at the weak attempt that was made in Condition Zero. If you have played Counter Strike, you will be disappointed. If you have dial-up or cannot access the internet...I still cannot recommend this game unless the price goes below $20.
Summary: So, we were first told about Counter-Strike: Condition Zero back in 2000, when Counter-Strike was still a GOOD multiplayer gamer, not ridden with as many hackers, and definitely not flooded with annoying high-pitched kids telling eachother off through the voice chat feature. As you would expect from my anger witnessed in the above paragraph, I stopped playing the game. I waited and waited to get CS:CZ, the messiah of the Counter-Strike title.
Summary: Don't bother buying this game if you have the original CS. It's the same thing with slightly better graphics. With all the hype and delays it should have been better. For Shame Sierra... For Shame. Wait for the price to drop to $10... Then consider it.
Summary: I ordered this a year ahead of time expecting something more like HL. I was very disappointed with the "Match" format, the dash and shoot to a time schedule thing. I played it for a while the first day I got it and put it away in disgust. Call of Duty called me back.
Summary: In hindsight, I don't know why I was so amped about this coming out. The deleted scenes component is buggy and not very challenging or exciting. I could have beaten the game in a day if it hadn't crashed on me every hour and a half. As for the single player CS mode where you team up with bots, that is somewhat fun and interesting and the only reason why this review gets two stars...
Summary: This is a good game for practicing (or beginning) online CounterStrike, if you are into that. You really can't call this a simulation by any means as the game play is frantic, with the your "bot" enemies jumping all over the place (too much caffeine I guess) You have to "buy" weapons and ammo at the start of each level or mission, which is a real pain as you only get a few seconds to do this.
Summary: I've was waiting almost two years to play this game and when it finally came out, I bought it! The biggest gaming mistake of my life. I have played Counter-Strike for over two years and its great. Condition Zero is no more then CS version 1.6. The graphics are almost the same, the new weapons can't be used online or on the single player mode that it has.