I used to play Counter Strike: Source a lot when I was younger but I've never really got into Global Offensive until now. I love making videos and I
love gaming. The only thing that has stopped me from making any gaming videos thus far has been poor hardware. I've always had potato PC's and have
had to run games as optimally as possible which of course means no recording, even with shadowplay
I'm running a laptop with a GeForce GTX 860M, Intel Core i5-4210M @ 2.60 GHz and 8 GB of Corsair ram. Not too bad but definitely not amazing. I plan
on doing a lot of videos on this channel and thought some guys here might appreciate it.
This video is more of a teaser than anything, I'm planning on doing more in depth videos with more commentary and on quite a few different games such
as: Rust, DayZ, Verdun and Rising Storm: Red Orchestra.
Let me know what you think.
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I suggest playing Rainbow Six Siege. I love that game and if you play on PS4 let me know. Great stress reliever and had fun chatting with
I've heard that's an awesome game. I will probably get it at some point but not on console. I'm much more of a PC gamer, ever since I played games
like Counter Strike: Source and Battlefield 1942 I fell in love with WASD and Mouse.
I find that for more arcadey games like COD and Star Wars Battlefront consoles are better platforms. But if you really want a challenge in your online
multiplayer experiences then PC is the way forward. The community tends to be much more in depth and the level of skill is much higher. Also it's just
much better aiming with a mouse in my opinion.
That being said I did have a quick go on the new Black ops recently and I was going ballistic running around with a pistol. It was quite fun but I
always fall back to PC!
I might end up getting the new Rainbow six because everyone I've asked says it's a sick game!
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I'm assuming by "new" you mean the open world multiplayer one? I haven't played it, but Siege is my number one game. You have one life, so you have to
be careful and well. I can't make you excited unless I share experiences, but even then you just have to experience it. I suggest a mic, though not
everyone uses one.
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