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csgo fanboys cs 1.6
United States beatmaker 
how many of you actually played cs 1.6?
2019-03-22 00:54
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oskarJ | 
Czech Republic y0fl0w 
hi
2019-03-22 00:55
#18
s1mple | 
Albania navi1 
.haj
2019-03-22 01:20
#2
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Turkey midgetim 
me 3.5k hours
2019-03-22 00:56
I did and CSGO is a much better game. CS1.6 is a broken mess.
2019-03-22 00:56
#4
United States ev_8 
more than go
2019-03-22 00:56
#5
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United Kingdom Peath 
Played 1.6 after GO. If 1.6 still had a living pro scene, I'd be playing it over GO. Hell, if Source still had a living pro scene I'd probably be playing it over GO. As it stands, though, GO is the more active game, has a more varied and continuously updating meta, and is going to be the game that's closest to the next CS in terms of gameplay.
2019-03-22 00:59
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World ///fuck 
Lol source and 1.6 are so different. Why are they better than go? Lol.
2019-03-22 01:10
They arent at all, CSGO is by far the best version of CS and anyone who says 1.6 is better is a moron, the tactical detail you can go into in CSGO is far beyond 1.6 just down to basic fact of utility.
2019-03-22 01:14
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World ///fuck 
But why would you prefer playing css or 1.6 over go
2019-03-22 01:15
Nostalgia or you are better at the game, people who have 8k hours in 1.6 and only 1k in GO arent good sources to listen too as they are so time invested that they will try to justify that by saying 1.6 is better when if you look at it from a level and objective stand point it simply isnt true.
2019-03-22 01:20
can't agree overall 1.6 is just better in many aspects
2019-03-22 01:27
Like what???? Movement and thats it. Its was a buggy mess with very bad hit boxes, net code that was dodgey at best, utility was very limited, spray had a massive RNG element to it as the pattern was selected from a set of patterns and first bullet accuracy was worse unless you used the magic bullet glitch, then you add in things like being able to move at basically full speed silently, that has no place in an esport.
2019-03-22 01:30
Movement is very important its like dribbling in FIFA imo, Random spray patterns, more clean maps and movement give us better gameplay, much more 1vs1 duels and now what we have in GO ? U just camp and wait for enemy and its like almost no chance to fuck ur shot cuz its so easy. Smokes were not OP, HE were more better, fast or quickzooms were rly cool too. Ofc GO improved many things but 1.6 had the gameplay more interesting, its my opinion. GO is just more like CoD today...
2019-03-22 01:39
Randomness does not improve gameplay in a skill based game, thats not how that works, thats completely wrong, its why we dont have stupid physics barrels anymore. "much more 1vs1 duels and now what we have in GO", this is because CSGO is a much more tactical game, it requires a much higher element of team play, this is also better for the competitive scene. "GO is just more like CoD today...", COD is people running around, jumping around and mindlessly shooting things, sounds much more like 1.6, in CSGO its far more in micro strategy, team play and over game sense, aim and other such skill are still very important but they arent the only think like they were before. Ive played about 4K hours in 1.6 and about 5k in GO and id say 1.6 is much easier when it comes to fragging.
2019-03-22 01:44
I understand you but still can't agree, I just have a different idea how a perfect CS game should look like. GO is more tactical ? yes but in the same way mechanical skill is less important. As I said 3 things - movement, shooting overall and maps are just worse or done in not a CS style. 1.6 is easier ? maybe when u are better then opponent then yes but have u ever played with someone rly rly good ? I've played with every polish pro team and I can say without perfect and I mean real perect shooting, reflex and movement they will fuck you like a bot, and it is imo beauty of CS.
2019-03-22 02:02
Its not less important you just have other options, you can still dominate teams with aim, but you can also control them with positioning and utility . I certainly wouldnt call the maps worse. Shooting in GO is much better, the gun are more accurate and spraying has a much higher skill ceiling and isnt RNG.
2019-03-22 02:04
3.5-4k hours but back then i was a kid
2019-03-22 01:01
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gob b | 
Germany Koxky 
Haven't had the chance sadly :(. Just to young. Cs is literally older than me
2019-03-22 01:02
over 8.5k hours in 1.6 and i can guarantee it is a much better game
2019-03-22 01:02
#9
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Sweden 1stWorldMuslim 
I prefer CSCZ
2019-03-22 01:03
#10
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Finland Teukkasd 
3.2k hours in 1.6
2019-03-22 01:04
#11
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World ///fuck 
css was more fun, surf, jail, minigames, hoejhus > 1.6 5v5
2019-03-22 01:11
didnt grind it but played a fair share as a 10/11 y.o. kid and thought it was the coolest game ever at that time.... havent played it in like 10 years tho so i cant really compare it to cs:go
2019-03-22 01:13
#16
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United Kingdom oyyrofl 
played it a lot more and actually tried to git gud
2019-03-22 01:17
2019-03-22 01:22
i played it like 8+ years :D but from like half year im playing cs go :D
2019-03-22 01:29
#23
flusha | 
Chile Tux141 
I do, a lot ... and personally CS:GO > CS 1.6 >>>>> source
2019-03-22 01:32
5k hours I was playing on semi-pro level in Poland and with some teams in Germany or Czech.
2019-03-22 01:40
i was introduced to CS from CS:CZ
2019-03-22 01:47
2k on steam and probably another 1k if not more on non-steam before buying it on steam.
2019-03-22 01:54
i did but nothing serious, LANs with shit friends (our most skilled guy would probably be LEM in CSGO) Probably have around 1k hours on 1.6
2019-03-22 02:08
Played 1.6 from 2008-2013, CS GO afterward gotta say 1.6 is better
2019-03-22 02:09
im there since 2003 xd 1.5 1.6 csgo
2019-03-22 02:09
#34
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North America niftynick 
I played a bit but i'm only 21 so I played more source. I like all the CS games and usaully just play whatever is popular
2019-03-22 02:10
1700 hours in 1.6; 2500 in CS:S ; Playing since 2004.
2019-03-22 02:28
Not much but hello
2019-03-22 02:30
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