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CS:GO - January 23rd 2018, 08:06 PM

Does anyone play CS:GO (Counter-Strike: Global Offensive)? I'm trying to meet more chill/mature people to play the game with (tired of the toxic people I find online). If you do play CS:GO, what is your favorite competitive map and why?


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Re: CS:GO - January 27th 2018, 08:13 PM

is it something i could get for the ps3? sounds very action like!
   
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Re: CS:GO - January 29th 2018, 11:36 PM

I don't play, but I do actually own the game since it was part of a bundle I bought during a sale a while ago. What's the learning curve like? And is the community as potentially toxic as you'd expect from a game that's this popular?


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Re: CS:GO - January 30th 2018, 09:57 PM

reminds me of how i bought a pokemon game but never got to playing the free ds game that was included with it but anyway it cant be bad if this game you mentioned is totally popular
   
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Re: CS:GO - February 2nd 2018, 05:54 PM

I don't play CSGO, 'cos I rarely play fps games (with the exception of Overwatch). Therefore, if you do play CSGO maybe you also play OW as well?
   
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Re: CS:GO - February 4th 2018, 04:01 AM

I used to play CS:GO religiously about a year ago. I never played competitively; I just played casual. My favorite was office.
   
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Re: CS:GO - January 12th 2020, 01:07 PM

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I used to play CS:GO religiously about a year ago. I never played competitively; I just played casual. My favorite was office.
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Re: CS:GO - January 12th 2020, 02:08 PM

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I don't play, but I do actually own the game since it was part of a bundle I bought during a sale a while ago. What's the learning curve like? And is the community as potentially toxic as you'd expect from a game that's this popular?
Learning curve is pretty steep early on, especially if you're not used to games that require quick reaction times in response to sudden events. Learning different maps, how they're built, where you can expect the enemy to come from and such, also takes a while.

And the community is indeed a bunch of shits. It's not all awful people, but just by virtue of it's popularity and sheer size of the playerbase, you're bound to meet a lot of interesting individuals.

I used to play competitive back in the day, but nowadays I almost exclusively play Deathmatch, cause it requires no time commitment and I just can't be arsed to keep up with as many games as I used to.


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