I support s1mple cuz we're all assholes here.
I see nothing "salty" or "toxic" in s1mple's tweet. He just stated the fact that CS:GO is much harder game than "fight-games" + CSGO requires more teamplay and many many other things which fight-games don't have at all.
shouldnt have said that but its interesting that most of the people there calling him salty are part of the same community as sonicfox
simples definitely salty for losing to a gamer who plays fighting games, but everyone theres also pretty salty that he basically insulted the fighting game genre since he pretty much said team games like csgo is harder
P1mple is right, fighting games require less skill and the only reason Sonic won the award was because he is a black queer furry + he just had to throw it in there that "things that every republican hates", what a fucking stupid idiot.
I love how everyone is calling him a hater, and salty, but he's not really, they are salty because he called the fighting games easier, which they kinda are, let's be honest here : D
Whats the difference between casual and comp. fighting gamer
He has just rekt himself and showed how dumb he is by proposing a 1 month training before the fight, lol. He received back an offer for 1 year of preparation + aim_map BO3 and I bet you even in a year he won't even be able to rank up to GE (b4 F2P), not even saying he will shit his pants vs solid FaceIt player who are nowhere close to even semi-pro.
And I bet you If I had a year of everyday training (they prolly play like 8+hrs cuz they have nothing else to do) with professional attitude (study matchups, combos, frames etc.) I'll be very close to the pro level, not saying being on par with a pro (maybe?), but very close.
That's the difference, in a year in CS you will be nowhere close to even FaceIt player.
CS:GO is 'harder' but not for any reason about to how the game is played or it being FPS genre.
'difficulty' in esport comes from the skill level of other players vs your own, how well they have adapted and streamlined their thought processes compared to you. What exact kind of thing you have to do in the game makes no difference at all, at the end of the day you still only need to execute something better than someone else
The reason CS:GO is 'harder' is because there are more players of the game in total. It means the skill required to reach and stay at the highest level is higher, simply because you have to be better than a greater number of other players to be that good.
So our god s1mple is right, CS is harder. But only because more people play it
lmao s1mple is retarded, the guy that won the award, won 7 tourneys and had 5 second places in 2018, while s1mple at na'vi won 3 events while 2 of 3 were tier 2 events. how the fuck are they supposed to give the award to a player that has nothing to show of other than his stats? if s1mple was playing in astralis then he would probably win but makes no sense giving the award to him while he didn't achieve anything.
Who cares about fighting games? They're completely boring to play and even more boring to watch.
Dude has time to practice 5 fighting games and be the champion in all of them? I think that quite clearly shows how low the skill level must be in those button mashers.
CSGO teams have no time to practice anything else than CSGO and for most that still isn't enough to reach Tier 1.
mate i think hes just salty that he lost to a furry
Funny how the top comment completely misinterprets s1mple's tweet to fit their own idea. I think cs is more difficult due to the nearly unlimited intangibles that go into the game: nade spots, executions, mind games, positioning, clutch factor, etc. The average uneducated fuck will only see a first-person shooter, which is why they think it's easy. Then there's also the classic saying, "Easy to pick up, difficult to master."
I don't see anything wrong with that, unless he didn't expect to trigger the button mashing community.
Fighting games are obviously incredibly easier to learn, with countless transferable skills between them and significantly fewer variables once you know the combos etc. I'm really good at them and average at CS but I much prefer playing CS because it's a real challenge when you vs good teams.
cs is definitely more difficult.. and way more competitive as well
also that dude won just two significant tournaments in 2018 lol.. he was in no way dominating..
and dont tell me that s1mple also didnt win as much because its different.. cs is a team game and fighting is a 1 on 1.. so only by winning you can show that you're the best
he's right. The fact that the furry is able to play 5 different games explains it all