Reviews and Problems with Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
4 September 2012
Conclusion: Some would conclude and suggest CS: GO hasn’t changed so why bother. This is flawed – GO is perhaps the most exciting game in the series. It’s culled the crap, brought new content and tactics to a near-perfect series, and focused on community. It’s got an extremely bright future ahead of itself.
Game Review: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive [PC/Xbox 360/PS3]
27 September 2012
Excerpt: As my floating pair of arms spawns in the 11 th round on the very familiar sands of “de_dust2,” I purchase a Kevlar, helm, flash grenade and an M4 with the funds I managed to muster up from the two (lucky) kills I made last round with my desert eagle. The timer ticks down to round start as I contemplate my plan of action, wallowing in the blissful anticipation of my imminent targets being blown away by my shiny new assault rifle.
Excerpt: Multiplayer FPS has restored the king to his rightful throne. All hail! Here it comes, the blurb. You know, that bit that tells you all about how Counter Strike started as a mod, and went on to become the biggest multiplayer game in yaddayaddayadda. But in truth, there’s only three reasons anyone is reading this – they are either confirming their belief that their favourite game has just gotten better, they are intrigued by reminiscent thoughts of summers lost to...
Pros: Classic gameplay, tweaked to the point of perfection, all your favourite maps tidied up to become awesome, new game modes and menu structures, insanely cheap price for such a brilliant slice of gaming, low requirements means it runs on nearly anything
Cons: If you never liked it before, you probably still won’t, although better looking, still not really up to today’s AA titles.