Counter-Strike Neo

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Counter-Strike Neo Counter-Strike Neo is a Japanese arcade adaptation of Counter-Strike Counter-Strike, the original Half-Life Half-Life multiplayer modification. It is published by Namco and runs on a Linux Linux system using Nvidia Nvidia graphics. The game features unique maps, factions, and setting, though the gameplay and the weapon selection remain the same as other games. The game's online service had run from 2003 to 2010 using Namco's LEDZONE service.

Neo includes several major and minor changes. The game does not feature traditional Terrorist versus Counter-Terrorist scenarios, the two sides are renamed CSF (Cosmopolitan Special Forces) and NEO respectively. It incorporates a matchmaking and Elo-derived rating system to help keep players and teams on even footing. The game is anime-themed to better market it in Japan.


There are two teams in the game: CSF and NEO. There is only one game mode - Bomb Defusal.


Weapons have practically not changed, except that the PVN and tactical shield have been removed. Weapon models are taken from Counter-Strike: Source Counter-Strike: Source

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