History VideoGame / CounterStrike

24th May '17 9:37:48 PM puffy786
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** Averted in the Heavy Assault Suit game mode, where wearing the titular armor changes the character's model.


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* MightyGlacier: Players wearing the Heavy Assault Suit and wielding the Negev can take a large amount of abuse while packing enough firepower to shred through groups of enemies at close range. However, they move at a fraction of the usual movement speed.
23rd May '17 11:16:39 PM DaNuke
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* GunsAkimbo: Dual Beretta Elites. More useful than you think they are, despite the longer reload times. They are still less popular than Desert Eagle (due to its stopping power), Tec (see DoNotRunWithAGun) and [=P250=] (cheapest gun in the game).

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* GunsAkimbo: Dual Beretta Elites. More useful They used to be totally useless back in ''HLCS'' for anything more than you think looking cool during the pistol round, but ''CSGO'' later made them actually viable for competitive play by making them function like a semiautomatic submachinegun with a very long reload. However, they are, despite the longer reload times. They are still less popular than Desert Eagle (due to its stopping power), Tec (see DoNotRunWithAGun) and [=P250=] (cheapest gun in the game).
23rd May '17 11:14:04 PM DaNuke
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** ''Global Offensive'' got in April 2017 an update that dropped the Negev's price to $2000, even less than what an AK-47 costs. Cue many players buying the Negev -- which fires 800 rounds per minute, almost as much as the P90 -- simply to overcome their crippling lack of accuracy with a constant bullet spray that can last well over 15 seconds.
21st May '17 6:31:20 AM Ominae
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* '''''Counter-Strike: NEO''''' (2005): A Japan-only, arcade-only spin-off developed by Creator/{{Namco|Bandai}}. Essentially CS with a completely different visual design and a background story.

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* '''''Counter-Strike: NEO''''' (2005): A Japan-only, arcade-only spin-off developed by Creator/{{Namco|Bandai}}.Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment. Essentially CS with a completely different visual design and a background story.
15th May '17 4:48:48 PM redfox5367
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** In the case of Swedish team NiP:

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** In the case of Swedish team NiP:[=NiP=]:



*** TheLancer: GeT_RiGhT

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*** TheLancer: GeT_RiGhT[=GeT_RiGhT=]



** For the American Cloud9:
*** TheHero: Stewie2k

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** For the American Cloud9:
[=Cloud9=]:
*** TheHero: Stewie2k[=Stewie2k=]



** For FaZe's 2017 lineup:
*** TheHero: NiKo

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** For FaZe's [=FaZe=]'s 2017 lineup:
*** TheHero: NiKo[=NiKo=]



*** TheLancer: ScreaM
*** TheSmartGuy: SmithZz
*** TheBigGuy: RpK

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*** TheLancer: ScreaM
[=ScreaM=]
*** TheSmartGuy: SmithZz
[=SmithZz=]
*** TheBigGuy: RpK[=RpK=]
15th May '17 4:43:38 PM redfox5367
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** In the case of Swedish team fnatic:
*** TheHero - flusha
*** TheLancer - KRIMZ
*** TheSmartGuy - pronax
*** TheBigGuy - olofmeister
*** TheChick - JW
** For the Polish Virtus.pro:
*** TheHero - taz
*** TheLancer - byali
*** TheSmartGuy - Snax
*** TheBigGuy - NEO
*** TheChick - paszaBiceps

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** In the case of Swedish team fnatic:
NiP:
*** TheHero - flusha
TheHero: f0rest
*** TheLancer - KRIMZ
TheLancer: GeT_RiGhT
*** TheSmartGuy - pronax
TheSmartGuy: Xist
*** TheBigGuy - olofmeister
TheBigGuy: friberg
*** TheChick - JW
TheChick: Fifflaren / allu / Maikelele / pyth / draken
** For the Polish Virtus.pro:
American Cloud9:
*** TheHero - taz
TheHero: Stewie2k
*** TheLancer - byali
TheLancer: Shroud
*** TheSmartGuy - Snax
TheSmartGuy: autimatic
*** TheBigGuy - NEO
TheBigGuy: Skadoodle
*** TheChick - paszaBicepsTheChick: n0thing
** For FaZe's 2017 lineup:
*** TheHero: NiKo
*** TheLancer: rain
*** TheSmartGuy: karrigan
*** TheBigGuy: k1o
*** TheChick: allu
** For the defunct French G2 Kinguin:
*** TheHero: shox
*** TheLancer: ScreaM
*** TheSmartGuy: SmithZz
*** TheBigGuy: RpK
*** TheChick: bodyy
21st Apr '17 2:43:58 PM DaNuke
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* LeeroyJenkins: Just go on the online games. ''No one'' works together, unless they're in clans. This goes double for casual servers on ''Global Offensive'', which has much fewer restrictions on player numbers or equipment cost, resulting in complete and utter chaos. A running gag even says that the standard response to "eco round?"[[note]]when the team only buys pistols in order to save money for better weapons[[/note]] is always "NYET"[[note]]CSGO is very popular in Russia, and Russians are seen among the fandom as poor players incapable of working as a team[[/note]].

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* LeeroyJenkins: Just go on the online games. ''No one'' works together, unless they're in clans. This goes double for casual servers on ''Global Offensive'', which has much fewer restrictions on player numbers or equipment cost, resulting in complete and utter chaos. A running gag even says that the standard response to "eco round?"[[note]]when the team only buys pistols or submachineguns in order to save money for better weapons[[/note]] is always "NYET"[[note]]CSGO is very popular in Russia, and Russians are seen among the fandom as poor players incapable of working as a team[[/note]].
21st Apr '17 2:34:56 PM DaNuke
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** Mostly averted in ''Global Offensive''. Most guns are called by their actual names (although without the weapon manufacturers,) with the exceptions of the sawed off Remington 870 and the Taser. The Taser uses this trope (as Taser is a brand-name,) being named the "Zeus x27," while the sawed off Remington 870 is simply called the "Sawed-Off Shotgun." A few other weapons, particularly those with entirely new models, use names that are close to but not quite their real names (the Mk 18 Mod 0 is the "[=M4A4=]", the Sig SG 556 is the "SG 553", the FN SSR is the "SCAR-20", and the AI Arctic Warfare still has its infamous "AWP" moniker).

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** Mostly averted in ''Global Offensive''. Most guns are called by their actual names (although without the weapon manufacturers,) with the exceptions of the sawed off Remington 870 and the Taser. The Taser uses this trope (as Taser is a brand-name,) being named the "Zeus x27," while the sawed off Remington 870 is simply called the "Sawed-Off Shotgun." A few other weapons, particularly those with entirely new models, use names that are close to but not quite their real names (the Mk 18 Mod 0 is the "[=M4A4=]", the Sig SG 556 is the "SG 553", the FN SSR is the "SCAR-20", and the AI Arctic Warfare still has Magnum is called by its infamous "AWP" moniker).community nickname "AWP").


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** If you buy an "autonoob" rifle (the semiautomatic sniper rifles), you're going to rake in lots of kills, but you better be good at not dying or your next round is pretty much guaranteed to be eco.
16th Apr '17 3:45:49 AM Wuz
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* DramaticGunCock: The weapon draw animation for every single gun in ''Global Offensive'' has you do a shotgun pump, a bolt pull, or a slide pull.
3rd Feb '17 10:53:25 PM googlop
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* '''''Counter-Strike: NEO''''' (2005): A Japan-only, arcade-only spin-off developed by Creator/{{Namco|Bandai}}. Essentially CS with a completely different visual design and a background story. It also had a series of visual novels tying into the game, however they've been almost entirely lost.

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* '''''Counter-Strike: NEO''''' (2005): A Japan-only, arcade-only spin-off developed by Creator/{{Namco|Bandai}}. Essentially CS with a completely different visual design and a background story. It also had
** ''''''Counter-Strike: NEO: Lost Memories'''''' (2005): A spin-off of the arcade spin-off, this was
a full-fledged visual novel by Namco, with a full episodic story, and gameplay segments that resemble ''VideoGame/Wolfenstein3D''. The series of visual novels tying into the game, however they've been almost entirely lost.in its entirety (minus episode seven) can be found [[https://onedrive.live.com/?authkey=%21AD2yBJhypVM-mYs&cid=3FA2DF9998752A02&id=3FA2DF9998752A02%21139&parId=root&action=locate here.]]
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