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FileFront has posted up a new hands on impressions of Counter-Strike: Source. The article is only one page long but is a good read. Here's a snippet from it:
Now, let me get to some of the points that you're all wondering about (for those of you that haven't gotten around to playing the beta): how is Counter-Strike: Source? As I've said, the core gameplay remains much the same; however there have been numerous changes and improvements that make the game a stronger multiplayer force to be reckoned with. For instance, the aiming/shooting system seems to have greatly changed since the previous iterations of CS. There is now the slightest bit of recoil with every shot, and a bit more spread when firing an automatic. The new firing system takes a lot of getting used to (especially for those of us that have been occupied with other mods for the last few months), but in the end, I found myself absolutely in love with it. That said, I did notice a few instances where the collision detection was off or where I shot an enemy, but the hit didn't register. These are small issues which are sure to be fixed by the time the game goes gold.
Head to FileFront to check out the full article.
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