Not “indefinite.” Permanent.
No, that’s not a screenshot from the first Halo. That’s Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. The Blood Gulch map has been faithfully recreated for Valve's popular shooter.
He of Desperado, Machete, and, er, Spy Kids fame.
The perfectly orchestrated process of production is done by machines emblazoned with "Aperture Laboratories".
Valve has nerfed Counter-Strike’s controversial new gun. It now does less damage (86 as opposed to 115) and has a slightly longer delay. It’s still strikingly accurate in certain situations, though. If I had to guess, I’d say this isn’t the last time it’ll be changed.
We talk to Lauren “Pansy” Scott, a professional eSports commentator with the ESL.
When in doubt, throw your gun. Throw your gun and pray.
Some solid tips on movement and peeking angles on show here.
European players dominate CS. And North American teams? Well, they’re getting there, slowly but surely. But slowly.
The Saxxy Awards 2015 bring us five fun short films from the world of gaming.
The French team is being understandably cautious.
An eSports team member reveals the wrath of punters who put big wagers on Counter-Strike comps.
I can’t help but feel like the system failed and is dire need of a rethink.
Beware, law-abiding citizens. Terrorism has a deadly new weapon: the door.
From the 1979 original to 2015’s Fury Road.