- "The epitome of an addictive multiplayer game."
Counter-Strike (Xbox) is a first-person shooter video game based mostly off of Counter-Strike: Condition Zero.
Counter-Strike (Xbox) and Counter-Strike: Condition Zero were supposed to be released in the same time frame. Although, with several development issues, Counter-Strike: Condition Zero was released a couple of months later. CSX, on the otherhand, was released in November of 2003 utilizing Valve's GoldSrc engine. Counter-Strike (Xbox) features multiplayer (using Xbox Live), training, and single-player.
Contrary to popular belief, Counter-Strike (Xbox) was the first game in the series to include the so-called Counter-Strike bot, not Counter-Strike: Condition Zero. It was also the first Counter-Strike game to be released on a console, achieving unexpected success. Interestingly enough, several of the high-definition textures and maps added to Counter-Strike: Condition Zero came directly from the Xbox version.
It has only been released via retail stores, but downloadable content can be accessed through Xbox Live Marketplace.
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