Counter Strike: Condition Zero
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With its extensive Tour of Duty campaign, a near-limitless number of skirmish modes, updates and new content for Counter-Strike's award-winning multiplayer game play, plus over 12 bonus single player missions, Counter-Strike: Condition Zero is a tremendous offering of single and multiplayer content.
1.6, expanded but 1.6PlayTyrant | May 8, 2015 | See all PlayTyrant's reviews »
This game is nearly the same as Counter Strike 1.6, with expanded content. I didn't spend too much time playing it because I jumped to Source and this one was kind of put aside for me. It's not that it's bad though, it just didn't caught my attention. I have it and I didn't spend more than 1 hour playing it... but if I was to buy 1.6, I would probably go and buy this one. Same game, more content!
good as alwaysandreacdc98 | Feb. 6, 2015 | See all andreacdc98's reviews »
Counter Strike: Condition Zero is a great game on the Counter Strike series, with new and improved maps, the gameplay experience is great for all the gamers who enjoy First Person Shooter kind of games. The quality of the game is excellent, the graphics are very good but could be better, and the sounds are the only thing that let me down, because they used the same as the older games from the series. Anyway I still would recommend this game to all the FPS gamers and mainly to who used to play past Counter Strike, because the experience is great and similar to the other ones. Overall, a really good old game that is a classic!
The roots expandedmahon | Sept. 11, 2014 | See all mahon's reviews »
If you liked the original Counter-Strike, you should try Counter-Strike: Condition Zero. It adds new campaign, new modes for your skirmishes, and missions for single player gameplay. The game which initially was (and still is mostly focused on) multiplayer experience, now becomes an interesting option for single player gamers, which can be enjoyed without playing with other people. Together with Condition Zero, Counter-Strike becomes a perfect example of how a simple mod can turn into a fully-fledged separate product, which will eventually become a start of its own series of games. If you are familiar with Counter-Strike: Source or Counter-Strike: Global Operations, try the originals to see where it all started.
on DutyHi6Na3 | Aug. 23, 2014 | See all Hi6Na3's reviews »
this may be the weirdest one in the series but the story is actually quite fun to play with especially getting the gold medal on every mission on every difficulty. it's more like a patch for 1.6 as it adds new skins , maps and some updates in other maps
A slightly upgraded version of CS1.6, but CSS & CSGO are bettermugaro | June 18, 2014 | See all mugaro's reviews »
It added bots, which was nice if you couldn't play online (which was me for quite a while). Some new guns, new maps, slightly better graphics. However, once Source came out, this was viewed as obsolete. It's still pretty fun. It has a lot of new maps that hadn't been ported over to CSS last I checked. It also has a single player campaign, which is kind of fun to play on but there are honestly better single player FPS campaigns out there. Definitely pick up the valve pack, all of these games are awesome.