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You were talking about MR12 earlier and not having much time to counter teams, what has that change been like outside of just having less rounds to play?
I think it's a horrible tactical change and it dumbs down Counter-Strike. There were way more opportunities to make changes if we wanted to decrease the match times. I've said it multiple times, you could go to 1:40, 1:45 round time, which would decrease 10-15 seconds of each round, and I think that makes for faster and more fun and more explosive Counter-Strike.
You could decrease the amount of timeouts to two or three, which would also take out one or two minutes of a map. You could then also take out five seconds of freezetime, that's two-and-a-half minutes over the course of 30 rounds. All of these small things add up, also decreasing the bomb timer to 35. In total, you could probably decrease the maps by eight or nine minutes, and I don't understand why we didn't do that before we changed it to MR12. I think a lot of people were yelling and yapping about it, and therefore this change happened without actually thinking about the consequences.
Because I do think that one of the big things is that good, tactical Counter-Strike is also about adapting to your opponent but now there are only 12 rounds. When you actually a lot of the time read the pattern and do the good calls is from round 11-15, but those do not exist anymore, and therefore I do think that Counter-Strike should actually consider some of the changes that I'm saying rather than changing to MR12. I know it's not going to happen, that is over, but I do think we have dumbed down Counter-Strike.
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