I would wager that not even the remaining Oregon militia members want to be part of the Oregon militia standoff these days, but now you can join in on the dismal venture. In a video game, I mean.
Counter-Strike has a cheating problem. One player decided to do something about it. Something, shall we say, creative.
Valve recently brought the hammer down on custom Counter-Strike servers that don’t fall within a set of very specific guidelines. It’s a big change to the game’s ecosystem, and many players don’t think it’s for the better.
Some solid tips on movement and peeking angles. voo CSGO shows some of the mistakes new and even experienced players make a lot (strafing by using W too much for example) and how to fix them.
Today on the 1-year anniversary of Highlight Reel we have AFK Destiny comebacks, raunchy Bloodborne moments, a tutorial on how to get the perfect photo in GTA V and much more!
On today's Highlight Reel we have Halo 5 streaks, disappearing Battlefield helicopters, fancy rocket kills, GTA V tire punches to the head and more!
Today on Highlight Reel we have a matter-defying H1Z1 bear, impressive Far Cry 4 wingsuit stunts, flashy entrances in GTA V and more!
Today on Highlight Reel we have a load of H1Z1 clips, a monster truck pulling off a harai goshi in GTA V, new animations for Battlefield 4 and more.
Today on Highlight Reel, we have reckless NPCs in The Crew, a great SRAW shot in Battlefield 4 and a bit of realness in the wacky playground that is GTA V.
Well you can't say Valve only cares about Team Fortress 2. Train (or de_train), a classic map from Counter-Strike 1.6 times, just got a facelift and a redesigned layout for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
We've rounded up some of the best highlights from the past few days in the gaming world and put them all in one place for you. Today, all clips submitted by Highlight Reel viewers, from Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, Destiny, GTA IV and more!
It's a pretty big map to play CS:GO on, but definitely a fun one. The level takes the maze, the pool, the training area, and all the colorful locations from Lara Croft's various manors from the Tomb Raider games, and mixes together in the form of a Counter-Strike map.
Hey, you just won a Counterstrike: Global Offensive match! Time to shell out a few bucks, unlock that weapon case and see what's inside, right? Not so fast! You might be better off just buying that ultra-rare knife on the Steam store. Here's proof.
The Asiimov skin for the AWP sniper rifle in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive can be a pricey one, $30 or a lot more if you're not lucky. So buying one might not be the best idea. But modifying a generic paintball marker to match the one in CS:GO? That's much better.
Today's gaming highlights: Speedruns, sneaky knives, and more!
Today's gaming highlights: New world record speedruns, defusing bombs right under terrorist noses, and more!
Itchy trigger fingers everywhere are waiting to unleash all-new kinds of carnage when Counterstrike: Global Offensive hits on August 21st. But if your trigger finger is attached to a PS3 owner, there's a good chance that you'll be amongst the first players to get online with Valve's new shooter.