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Two most competitive FPS in your opinion

#21ClouddxPosted 3/8/2014 10:09:22 AM
Orestes417 posted...
CS isn't an arena shooter so I'm not sure what it has to do with my point

I misread your post, mybayd. Anyways, QL still has a decent competitive scene with tournaments hosted every weekend.
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#22FL81Posted 3/8/2014 10:31:05 AM
CoD series
Halo series
#23_GRIM_FANDANGO_Posted 3/8/2014 2:11:37 PM
probably CS and Quake, in the sense that they work well for competitive play, they have had a competitive community and events for ages now, and they are probably the best knows for their competitive scene out of all PC shooters.
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#24LaManoNeraIIPosted 3/8/2014 2:12:21 PM
Half-Life 2 Death Match
Timesplitters 2

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#25Dollarman_2005Posted 3/8/2014 2:40:53 PM
Always played CS casually through Source in random pub lobbies doing 32 player matches for giggles.

Just recently started playing the competitive queue and I haven't had this much fun with a shooter since the days of Search and Destroy on CoD4.

It reminds me so much of Socom that I can't even cope with the fun.
#26Kokuei05Posted 3/8/2014 3:19:59 PM
CSGO only.

There has been great competitive games before like Counter-Strike 1.6 or Call of Duty 2 but the communities are completely dead. Team Fortress 2 lobbies games are so inactive; you'll end up playing in european games because of the lack of pugs. Quake and HL2 Deathmatch was good but the 1v1 scene really fizzled out.
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