Video Game Counter-Strike: Condition Zero (PC) (2004)

20121224:
I checked this game out today for nine minutes. It was interesting.

20130129:
The single-player mode, Tour of Duty, was a fun way for unexperienced FPS players like myself to become accustomed to Counter-Strike. The mode consists of maps with objectives to meet and there's no performance pressure, because the enemy AI bots are dumb (at least at my chosen level of difficulty) and the player is also allotted several ally AI bots.

Steam Game Time: As of 20170521, 102 minutes (total game time)

Thoughts:
Pros:
+ Two single-player modes: "Tour of Duty" and "Deleted Scenes"
+ AI system

Minor Con:
- Not backwards compatible with Counter-Strike (1999)

Summary:
I haven't put a lot of time into the game, but a quick search will show that Counter-Strike 1.6 is easily more popular, with players choosing between 1.6, Source, and Global Offensive depending on certain preferences such as graphics and movement.

Counter-Strike: Condition Zero (PC) (2004)

Relevant Links:
Counter-Strike: Condition Zero (Wikipedia.org)
Counter-Strike: Condition Zero (PC) (MetaCritic.com)
Counter-Strike: Condition Zero (Steam Store Page)

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