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Counter Strike Source Style Offline Mode
I really only played CS:S offline, because I could set as many bots as I wanted and play any map. I also like the customization options we used to have for maps, and the bots. I really like CS:GO, I do, I think it's money well spent for me, but can Valve at least make the offline play a little better? You know, the ability to edit how many bot players on the server, and more maps would be excellent, as well as the abilty to play custom maps offline. I though Global Offensive was going to be an amazing remake of Counter Strike: Source, and it is good, but it failed to live up to it's predecessor. Which dissapoints me, Valve. You guys typically release sequels that blow the first games out of the water. What's going on in the Valve offices nowadays? You guys seem to be slacking slightly on some things.
Date Posted: Oct 1, 2012 @ 4:08am