Counter Strike:Global Offensive

Discussion in 'Game Talk' started by unnamed_CS, Aug 1, 2020.

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  1. unnamed_CS

    unnamed_CS New Member

    Here we talk about csgo probably? lol
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  2. J-Puk

    J-Puk New Member

    there is nothing to talk about this hacker infested game
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  3. cravenguy

    cravenguy Member

    cs:go is great game.

    at least 30% of the battle is familiarizing and mastering all the different variables and mechanics (recoil, inaccuracy, spread, movement, wide peeking, jiggle peeking, close-peeking, shoulder-peeking, strafe-shooting, b hopping, air strafing, spray transfer, mastering corners, angles, abusing perspective, abusing peekers advantage, economy, when to buy, save, half eco, full eco, etc.)

    then you got nades. choosing whether to left click, right click, click both buttons, do a running throw, do a standing throw, jumping throw, running and jumping throw, whether to pop flash, memorizing how to smoke off window from T spawn on mirage, knowing when to molly off banana on inferno, etc).

    a lot of the challenge in CSGO is the enemy. playing against self sufficient fraggers is one thing, but playing against self sufficient fraggers that know how to work as a team is another. teamwork and coordination makes it possible to execute site takes efficiently and make information flow smoothly.

    everything in csgo is a beast within itself, from peeking angles and players to counter-strafing to shoot accurately while moving.

    I have a friend who plays a lot of warframe. I myself play a lot of csgo. we both love grinding for the same reason, but we grind different things. In warframe, it is true that there's a lot of skill involved. however a lot of the grinding is for better weapons, tenno, mods, etc. however, in csgo you improve, not your character.

    just get prime matchmaking dude

    it's easy to dismiss cs:go as a "hacker infested game" but that would be shallow. there's a lot to love. a lot of nuances to learn and a lot of mechanics to master.
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  4. This game 20 years old, but they can't stop the cheaters)))
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  5. DaxHyena

    DaxHyena New Member

    20 ? are you sure about that
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  6. Sye_The-Vie

    Sye_The-Vie Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    VALVE released this game to be free on steam, because there is just no way to stop
    Last edited: Nov 5, 2020
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  7. talkPeruhit722

    talkPeruhit722 New Member

    Yes, the CS series began on Windows in 1999, as a "mod" for Half-Life. The original Counter-Strike released in March 2004. So,16 years is a long time. Valve needs to fix this or else csgo will die then maybe csgo players may be stop playing csgo and move on to fortnite or dota2 look at fortnite once you cheats and get detected automatic ban not like this csgo. The only reason I still play CSGO -> is trading. I made 10 trades here free csgo skins in total raking at around $175 profit. Quite the morning! Once upon a time, CSGO was a legit, epic, FPS shooter GAME :)))
    Last edited: Nov 14, 2020
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  8. Aanshu

    Aanshu Well-Known Member

    A game with lots and lots of hacker. Legit way of playing not possible
  9. aleshiaea

    aleshiaea New Member

    I play it all the time solo or with friends and it's always fun. There is a bit of a cheating problem but valve is working to fix it.
    Last edited: Nov 22, 2020
  10. Cicerost

    Cicerost New Member

    Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is a multiplayer first-person shooter video game developed by Valve and Hidden Path Entertainment. It is the fourth game in the Counter-Strike series and was released for Window.
  11. Foremans

    Foremans New Member

    The war between cheaters and anti-cheat technology might be endless, but that doesn't mean we can't have fun with it.
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