Reviews and Problems with Counter-Strike: Condition Zero
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With a Re-think, it is a very playable and fun game.
M. Anderson "Mark", Amazon
17 June 2005
Summary: I am a computer game snob. Very few games make my A list. For instance: Mech Mercenaries when it came out was an A list game, Mech Warrior 4 was not even a B list game when it came out. It's graphics were OK for the available technology, and the game play offered nothing new. (not really) For me a game must have first rate graphics, probably my number one focus. Next, it must be challenging, I should not be able to walk through it in a day.
Summary: This is one of my most played games. I play CS: CZ constantly and it never gets old. This continues the Counter-Strike series with better graphics, new maps, new scenarios, etc. Play offline in the Tour of Duty mode and fight against terrorists with intentions to destroy what's right. Or play online with thousands of other players! I am a big fan of the multiplayer, you meet hundreds of new people, get better rather than playing against the computer.
Summary: From the makers of the ever popular HALF LIFE, here is a nice commando shoot-em-up role-playing game. People who have played HALF LIFE will find the gameplay similar insofar as weapons control / toggling & movement. This is a good thing as I always found HL to be one of the most straightforward games in that regard. Instead of Marine Recon & aliens, in this game you are matched up against an array of terrorists.
Great Addition to any Half-Life/Counter-Strike Fan
The One "iPlop", Amazon
8 August 2004
Summary: New to the Half Life Series? Die-hard Counter-Strike fan? In any case, this game is an example of brilliant A.I. Everyone knows that Counter-Strike is a game of tactics (sometimes), team work (this NEVER happens..), and amusement (this happens ALL the time). This game maintains the original Counter-Strike's obsessity. A BRILLIANT A.I is added in this game, and your team mates, actually cooperate with you.
CS fans will definitely enjoy this new Installment
15 June 2004
Summary: Anyone who is a fan of the classic Counter Strike will definitely find something enjoyable in Condition Zero. The graphic improvements really bumps the realism up a notch. I've experience a small amount of lag with the online play but nothing that you can't deal with. Overall $$ well spent!
Summary: Ok look iam a big CS gamer and I think that CS:CZ was a waste of money for me. Granted its good and all but all it is Cs with new modles trust download one of the modle pack out for CS and be play because its not realy worth it.
Summary: man what was it ????? 30 dollars or something euros man cmmon ur getting assraped i can buy this game in a expansive shop 4 20 euro's man (sorry 4 my language and my spell fualts cuase iam not english)
Summary: Well, I've been playing CS for such a long time now and thought hey, CS:CZ is out. And hearing all those reviews about it, I decided to get the game. I started with Deleted Scenes first, and somehow, it never was half the fun CS is, or Half Life was. But all in all, Deleted Scenes was OK, if not too much fun. (Makes sense they were "Deleted") Then came the trouble, I launched CZ and thought hey, let's go online.
Summary: CS:CZ is actually two games. Condition Zero is team play using the built in bots. There are 5 tour of duties, each with 3 different maps. Most of which are from the original Counter Strike, but with added graphics. There are 3 levels of difficulty, easy, normal, and hard. Each tour of duty has map goals that must be completed before you can secure that map.