Counter-Strike: GO was on full display at PAX. Jim, Max, and Tara got their hands on it and, no surprise, it's exactly what Counter-Strike fans want from a sequel to the legendary shooter. As you might expect, Valve has retained the same classic gameplay, but with a loving layer of polish and streamlining. It seems Valve isn't about to let modern niceties invade its shooter, and I love them for it.
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