Counter-Strike for Xbox features single-player missions, taking place over a gritty realistic counterterrorist world. It allows gamers to challenge other players in team-based multiplayer games on Xbox Live and System Link. Counter-Strike for Xbox will be the most graphically advanced version of the series to date, showcasing the technical prowess of Xbox, including immersive and intense multiplayer action on Xbox Live. In addition, players will benefit by strategizing and communicating with their teammates via the Xbox Live Communicator headset.
Most played Xbox 360, Xbox & XBLA games of 2008
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You'll never guess which game came in first.
Another Xbox Backwards Compatibility update
Written by John Scalzo on 08/29/06
More titles from your Xbox are now playable on your 360.
Best of Xbox for $10
Written by John Scalzo on 02/28/06
Microsoft launches the Best Of Platinum Hits line.
Xbox drops to $150!
Written by John Scalzo on 03/30/04
It's official, the big black box sheds $30 or roughly 16 pounds.
Counter-Strike, Crimson Skies see downloadable content
Written by Matt Swider on 12/19/03
In time for the holidays, Microsoft provides new content for Counter-Strike and Crimson Skies.
Counter-Strike comes to Xbox today
Written by Matt Swider on 11/18/03
Counter-Strike has arrived in stores today complete with Xbox Live features.
Microsoft's E3 Lineup
Written by John Scalzo on 05/13/03
What Microsoft has planned for their booth at this year's E3.
Written by Nick Doukas on 01/12/04
The roles of terrorist and counter-terrorist come to Xbox, but is CS the system's must-own tactical shooter or just a hostage to Rainbow Six 3? Nick has that review.
Written by Nick Doukas on 07/18/03
Counter-Strike was a huge hit with PC gamers, and looks to be a perfect match for Xbox Live. Multiple game modes, lots of cool weapons, and realistic sound and visuals virtually guarantee that CS will be a hit with online players everywhere.
Written by Kyle Williams on 08/15/06
For those that point to "important" games, most point directly at Half-Life and HL2. Read what makes them so important in this look back at the series.
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