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  #2004562 29-Apr-2018 13:50
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csgo you should have as low as 30ish for matchmaking. (Sydney)

 

also seeing custom csgo servers in auckland.

 

 

 

css, cs1.6, tf2, dod all with also auckland based servers popping very quickly on my list...





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  #2004566 29-Apr-2018 14:27
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Servers I end up on are generally around the 40-60ms mark. Typically kiwis and kangaroos.

 

 





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CSGO competitive mode is good fun.. but don't have time anymore to keep up the skills :( RIP due to Dad life!


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  #2043106 24-Jun-2018 11:35
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I have had PSVR for a while, was hanging out for the Doom VFR release, only to have the biggest disappointment ever (I think VFR stands for Very Fail Rippoff) so I kinda went off PSVR and stopped gaming for a while, apart from some occasional Gran Tourismo.

 

After seeing this discussion I went back to my PC and spent a long evening remembering how to play CSGO.  It can be fun, depending on the crowd at the time.  If there are at least a few people giving intel and directions the teamplay can be great.  If they are all just messing around, playing music clips over the mic, and other distracting noise, it gets pointless.

 

I think a few hours of CSGO after work on a Friday will continue to be a good way to start the weekend.  I also jump back into CSS for some wild rounds of GunGame, when a server is active, but I need some warm-up time to be ready for that :)

 

 


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