Counter-Strike: Condition Zero Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 7.0/10

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Counter-Strike: Condition Zero Reviews

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Game Chronicles Magazine 8.0/10 Apr 25 '04
GamePro 13.5/15 Mar 23 '04
PlayXcess 8/10 Apr 15 '04
Thunderbolt 7/10 Apr 05 '04
Actiontrip 69/100 Mar 23 '04
Adrenaline Vault 3/5 Apr 21 '04
Bjorn3D 6.5/10 Apr 21 '04
Computer and Video Games 83/100 Mar 11 '04
EuroGamer 6/10 Apr 13 '04
Game Revolution C- Mar 29 '04
GameSpot 6.8/10 Mar 23 '04
Gamespy 3/5 Apr 08 '04
GameZone 6.9/10 Mar 30 '04
IGN PC 7.0/10 Mar 23 '04
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Counter-Strike: Condition Zero Previews

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ZenGamer Dec 31 '02
Gamespy Dec 13 '02
IGN PC Jan 13 '04
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"Its addictive blend of tactical combat and near-realism has elevated it from just another (still) free downloadable Half-Life mod to a major cash cow for Vivendi and Valve Software." "
"Diehards won’t find enough here to make it worth the overzealous retail price point because, while the single-player mode and the deleted scenes are a fun diversion, they’re not enough to warrant the investment listed on the price tag. After the newness of those modes wears off, Condition Zero is basically the copy of Counter-Strike you likely already have."
"With a plethora of great FPS games out right now with newer and better technology, I find it difficult to recommend CS:Zero at its full price. If it was priced as a mod, then I’d have no problem with it."
"Yup, what we have here is a collection of 18 ever-harder maps, where you and a customisable team must battle against terrorists (you're allocated points which you use to recruit troops of varying ability to aid you in each mission)."
"'s a strong package that suffers partly because we were promised so much in the first place, partly because so much of it is available online for free, and partly because the new stuff is exactly the sort of thing Valve would have released for free in times gone past (and arguably did, given that bots made it into one of the beta versions of Counter-Strike before going AWOL when Condition Zero threatened to ship)."