I was thinking in paying 60$ for BF3 to play multiplayer since i stopped playing MMORPGs (fukin too addictive and too much time consuming) but then CS:GO showed up ... with only a fraction of the cost of BF3 .. now i don`t know what to buy to have some fun once in a while. And for the ones that complain about this movie not being in game footage go and google the description of what "cinematic" means
taizunCounter-Strike was free if you had already bought Half-Life. And what you're basically saying, is that you stopped playing a "money-sucking" game, when it was initially a "free mod"
Before you make any more brainless comments like that, you should go to my profile and look at info on my country. In here, back in those years, I didn't had good internet connection at home, so most of the time I played online game like CS while sitting in Internet Cafes and Clubs, and that sucked a ton of money, because I had a team and had to train, to stay in tournament-affordable shape.
master_chenBefore you make any more brainless comments like that, you should go to my profile and look at info on my country. In here, back in those years, I didn't had good internet connection at home, so most of the time I played online game like CS while sitting in Internet Cafes and Clubs, and that sucked a ton of money, because I had a team and had to train, to stay in tournament-affordable shape.Now scram.
you should shut down life as well.. the most crappiest multiplayer and money eating game of all times and it offers you only a bad internet connection and crap rewards.
taizunStop attempting to make a comeback, using an improper reason.I was right, and stayed to the facts through-out my comment. You still seem to claim that it was the GAME that was sucking all of your money, when in fact it was your own persistancy that kept you coming back to the Internet Cafes and Clubs, thus it was the Internet Cafes and Clubs that was sucking out all of your money - or, if I were to go even deeper, it was YOU, making a choice and way of life, which caused YOU to spend more money than what you would otherwise want to.
You should really learn how to read with your eyes, and not with your ass.
Aside from that: I played CS since 2000 and I completely stopped wasting my time (and money) on it at the end of 2003, basically because I grew up - I grew out of it.
I managed to cut it's tentacle-like clutches from my body and my mind. No more. Never.
Too time-consuming and too expensive (if you don't have "good enough" internet connection at home, and, again, which I didn't have in early 2000s).
I've managed to escape from CS-addiction. Yes, that was nothing less than just a typical addiction, like from heavy drugs.
But some people would never understand.
It ate my time, it ate my money. No more. I've learned my lesson from interacting with it. No more excessive gaming, especially online. CS is a very heavy drug.
quangluu96CS:S+mod=CS:Go why wasting money on a copy&paste game? CSS is cheap and a great fast pace fps, get some graphic and sound mod, with custom maps from cs:go and save yourself the money and get another game.
Then show me, in the above video, the time markings where the viewer actually sees a footage of the game? Anything but actual footage from the game, isn't a trailer, its a marketing ploy to make you think the game is something other than it is. The common folk will buy this game expecting to see a cutscene (which is cutting from the 3d source engine, to a pre-rendered movie file). Marketing/game companies have been doing it for 3 years now. People are expecting the graphic quality of the pre-rendered scenes. So no, this is NOT a trailer. It doesn't show you the end product ever....
taizunBut I am one who do understand. Having a friend for nearly a decade, who spent half a decade on CS:S, playing semi-profesionally on and offline for a long time, I know just what a CS-addiction is, since I've experienced it from a third-person perspective, and experienced a lot of his struggles. So do not come at me with your sorry ass excuses, trying to play it off on the soft side with your life-story.
Some people with addictive personalities should not play games or simply have a much harder time letting go of games. This isn't the fault of the developer, but more so the fault of the players self control. The fact that you were addicted to CS (or your friend) is nobodies fault but the players. One can also get addicted to monopoly, mowing the lawn, painting houses, self pain (cutting), etc. Addiction is always there, it's the self control of the person using substance x that needs to understand they control their addiction, not the product.
master_chen said:Before you make any more brainless comments like that, you should go to my profile and look at info on my country. In here, back in those years, I didn't had good internet connection at home, so most of the time I played online game like CS while sitting in Internet Cafes and Clubs, and that sucked a ton of money, because I had a team and had to train, to stay in tournament-affordable shape.
wow , ok , well us broke a$$ rednecks in florida did just fine on dial up and pawn shop pc's to still stay competitive on the CAL and OGL ladders. Seeing as how we all got cs for free , and hell dial up was 9 bucks a month , still not finding a big money sink here. I call bullspit on this!!
master_chenStopped playing this money-sucking black hole of a game years ago (in 2003, or so), there's nothing (no graphical or gameplay enhancement) that could return me back to this zombifying experience...
Not even a good camp-off? What about running around with your knife out for more speed?? Grenades that have 80% of the explosive removed so they only kill you if it lands in your mouth???