Friday, May 22, 2009

CS vs. CSS

    “Fire in the hole,” says a soldier from Counter Strike, which has now blossomed into an international gun-fighting game. The server has been flooded by gunners with AK-47s and the shooting craze has only just begun. So let’s get caught up in CS together and shout, “Go! Go! Go!”

    Previously, CS was a traditional computer game that less people knew about. Nowadays, it has caught on quickly and continuously with a large numbers of teams, such as XGamers and Final-Fantasy, each of which work hard to pursue the championship of the WCG (World Cyber Games). As well as the Olympia, WCG makes players have an intensive shooting training throughout the world.

    In the last few months, there was a new form of CS, it was designated Counter Strike Source (CSS). Comparing CSS with CS, we find out some incredible improvements: First, you could slit a body to see blood spilled all over the floor as you kill them. Second, everything visible can be explored or fired at. Even so, CS still has 60 percent more players than CSS.

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