Phuckface Von Clownstick 22 Kwi, 2013 - 16:59
Man ♥♥♥♥ this game and it's community
Serious i am a noob and i suck yes but how in the HELL are you soppose to learn the basics and the gameplay if people kick you out of there games the second you join? The first game i joined i had like 5 dudes crying about how bad i was and that my name was still player then i was kicked the second game i was booted asap exe...so far i have had this game for like 1 hour and i cant finish a damn game because noone wants to play with a noob....♥♥♥♥ this game and its players. waste of time trying screw the 1.50 i want my hour back!!!
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Nikos the great 22 Kwi, 2013 - 17:02 
Lol
anniesboobs 22 Kwi, 2013 - 18:19 
me thinks you're just a mad kid, doesn't know how to play.
Phuckface Von Clownstick 22 Kwi, 2013 - 18:25 
well no ♥♥♥♥. i think i already made that point known. uhhhhdurrrr..
Hawkes 22 Kwi, 2013 - 18:29 
@OP
Try to stick with it when you join a server tell everyone your knew and still learning if they kick you still just keep looking for a server that wont kick noobs on sight or play offline till you get the hang of things CS has a learning curve but is really fun once you figure things out.

Ive never played CS:cz or 1.6 just CSS and CS;GO i started playing last year and didnt have any trouble with people kicking me so maybe look into the newer CS games if the community in these older ones have zero tolerance for noobs.
37 damn members 22 Kwi, 2013 - 19:34 
OP sounds like he should stick to single player games on low resolution graphics to help increase his chances of hitting a pixel.
Merle Dixon 22 Kwi, 2013 - 20:09 
They're just a bunch of ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥s, forget the damn game, there's better ones then this !
DJ Grizzly 22 Kwi, 2013 - 22:21 
OP sounds like he should stick to single player games on low resolution graphics to help increase his chances of hitting a pixel.

Everyone is a noob at one point. You dont alienate someone for just starting a game
MASSIVECOCK_THUNDERCUNT 23 Kwi, 2013 - 4:41 
OP sounds like he should stick to single player games on low resolution graphics to help increase his chances of hitting a pixel.

Everyone is a noob at one point. You dont alienate someone for just starting a game
AMEN
TheLoneWolf 23 Kwi, 2013 - 5:09 
OP shouldn't get too upset. The same thing happened to me when Steam was released for Macs and I tried out CS:S. My team was screaming for me to quit the game and DELETE IT because I didn't kill a CT disarming the bomb with a headshot (rather, a spread - I won the round by killing him because it was down to the two of us, but they wanted me to leave anyway...). I kept trying by playing on the Deathmatch servers (UKCS is a VERY tolerable group BTW).

As others have stated, either practice on the single-player campaign or join a DM server in CSS and practice (for the moment, I'd stay away from CS:GO), then test your skills out on CZ.

Gamers don't take into account that they used to be noobs, too and distance themselves from their noob memories by flaming others. They also tend to forget (just like I pointed out during a TF2 match last night) that there ARE more important things in life than games.
bakapatrol 23 Kwi, 2013 - 12:25 
i am a noob and i suck yes but how in the HELL are you soppose to learn the basics and the gameplay if people kick you out of there games the second you join

Finish the single player. uhhhdurrrrr..
PoP 23 Kwi, 2013 - 13:49 
The kickers are the NOOBS..!!! (or anything else you want to call them) They have no clue and no life. I wore the uniform for 28 years and in that world you don't get kicked, you jusrt go home in a body bag.
Having said that, I believe in training... and training hard. Play ALL the missions. It's great training for this world and it will keep you from going home in a body bag. [Oops... it'll keep you fro getting kicked. Come and play with me... I'll play with you... P.S. Don't get too good at it... they'll kick you for that too.
ThePineapple1337 24 Kwi, 2013 - 6:44 
Join another server.
Flashbang 12 Maj, 2013 - 4:18 
Play Global Offensive, lot more noob friendly
TheLoneWolf 12 Maj, 2013 - 6:42 
I tried playing GO earlier this week. You sure about GO being noob friendly? T_T
عṿiℓ | Jess 12 Maj, 2013 - 6:42 
Come practice with us. 8.17.250.232.27015 We scrim 5v5, and if you want to get good fast. Join a gun game server and learn all the guns, recoil and reload times. Edit: Also, watch a video on youtube to learn how to change your settings.
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