- I don't accept friend requests unless you comment first . - If you have Xbox and want to add me, my gamertag is Stuff . - My favorite professional CS:GO teams are Team Liquid and MIBR. - I rarely trade, but I am open to do so. (All of my skins are up for trade) - Though I've been gaming for over a decade, I started PC gaming December 31, 2016. - Politically, I identify as a libertarian with fiscally conservative views.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is an overall great game, but that doesn't mean it doesn't have problems. While I'd say that the community is better than other top competitive games, it definitely has a sickness. The amount of cheaters in this game is outrageous, and Valve knows that. While I do think Valve could be more open about steps they are taking to prevent this, I give them credit for trying. Most people say that Valve doesn't care, but that's simply not true. While VAC stops a small percentage of the hackers, Overwatch stops the blatant ones. While Prime is not a permanent solution, it certainly helps. If you can look passed the hackers, which hopefully will be fully negligible in the future, CS:GO is a great game. It is cheaper than most games, has a very active player base, and has a wide range of skill groups. I give CS:GO a 7.8/10 only because of cancer that is hacking brings to the game. Otherwise, I'd say it's a solid 9.4/10. It only loses .6 because of infrequent large updates and lack of communication from Valve.