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I personally like csgo better. It has a better competitive scene. However I do miss 1.6 bhopping :D.

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cs 1.6 was great back in the day, but it's so old now and feels alien when u try to play it :D so, cs go all the way!

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CS:S, I hate that they got rid of user-content like Sprays in CS:GO.

Sure they get abused on some servers, but they add that personal touch to it also.

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i prefer cs;go, but for lans with friends CSS is more fun, because they usually bring laptops which don't run cs;go very well

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My familiarity goes back to CS Beta 6.5ish or thereabouts. My friend was an avid Beta Tester and so we would chat about this in school. My friends play it semi-competitively however I've not played it in years really. CS:GO now for me :)

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I just made the switch from CSS to CS:GO.

 

GO is better due to the much needed visual updates.

 

Also, Warcraft MOD is the best!

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cs 1.6 was based on skill. cs go based on graphics. I watched csgo professional players config, and they playing on the same config as 1.6

 

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