Originally Posted by Amhro
CS:GO is the best fps game nowadays, with much less randomness/luck impact on gameplay and where reflexes/aiming actually mean something.
BF and CS are so different. I've played both for a very long time, CS since '99. In CS, you can pub or scrim/matchmake, and both of those play styles are totally different. I enjoy switching between GO and BF4. In fact, they're the only two games installed on my gaming rig right now.
Many BF "purists" complain about CS being too "arcade-ish". They say you don't have to sight up to shoot effectively, and it's full of cheaters. Well, I've seen a lot of cheating in BF3 and 4. I honestly believe you have to be more skilled to play CS well these days. If you're not good, you're just gonna get owned by the veteran players consistently. I think BF3 and 4 are more noob friendly and satisfying for newer gamers. CS is a highly social game when pubbing. Lots of team and all chat, craptalk, joking around, etc. Love it!
If I had to pick one, I would always pick CS. It's the one game I never seem to let go of, even after 14 years. Edited by Sheyster - 11/23/13 at 8:35am