Wait... i did not reviewed this yet? omg...:
CS just like 1.6 but... with small map changes and... same ♥♥♥♥ all over again...
EXCEPT: great awesome singleplayer campaign
These 80 hours i played this game was 95% spent on single player campaign, which gives unique experience of small missions besides the match. There are 18 maps to play on those campaign (classics like dusts or aztec but also forgotten maps like chateau). Games are pretty much about getting better score, just like in any other CS with some changes:
- Teammates Selection - Before the match starts, you get an option to choose up to 5 teammates. Each teammate costs points, which you get for winning the maps. Each bot is prefering different weapon, has different skill level, differently play as team, different bravery. So if you are playing map like aztec, you should get some snipers and on office get some guys with higher teamplay skills.
- Mini-Objectives - While you play the match, you have usually 3 main mini-missions to finish during the match. Easier ones are like to get few kills with specific weapon, harder are to kill flash-blinded enemy. Sometimes you will have to kill two guys with pistol and survive the round, one of the hardest is even to kill an enemy with knife. To win the match, you have to finish all those objectives and be 2 wins ahead of terrorists. However, if you let them be 2 wins ahead, you loose and you can start all objectives over.
Campaign is only playable as Counter-Terrorists, but there are a lot of downloadable campaigns, you can even easily make your own with your own bots and custom maps.
+++ Single Player Campaign - you wont find anything like this in any other CS
+- Its pretty old game, so graphics is just fine.
- Forget multiplayer, i guess its not alive in this game