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Submitted by pearly27 597d ago | review

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive review | Select Start Media

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is an attempt to unify 1.6 and Source players, bringing every fan of the hardcore competitive shooter together. It’s not a revolutionary change in the Counter-Strike formula – instead, it stays as true to the beloved concept as possible while still retaining credence as a worthy entry in the series. Be you an experienced player or a newcomer with the time to hone their skills, or even if you don’t mind sporting a kill to death ratio far, far less than 1, Global Offensive maintains the series’ status as the best competitive multiplayer shooter available. Forget killstreaks. Forget unlocks. Forget custom classes. | Matt McLeod, Select Start Media (Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, PC) 8.0/10

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