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After a successful test season, the Enemy Down Call of Duty 4 League by Vita Nova kicks off with the first official season! .. read more
EnemyDown and PBBans Partnership. EnemyDown has entered a partnership with PBBans specifically for Call of Duty 4. All EnemyDown Match Servers MUST stream to PBBans. .. read more
Thank you to all the teams that played in the EnemyDown COD4 Ladder Powered by VitaNova. The ladder "finished" on the 5th of June 2010 and a screenshot was taken of the teams that placed first through tenth.... .. read more
The league has officially opened for season 0. This means it is a test season which will only include teams from the invite and preinvite channels for COD4. This is a season to test out admins and the system and also the rules. .. read more
CS: Russian Walking Fix Uproar
Posted by SmellyMoss on Apr 23rd 2009 14:44
Counter-Strike 1.6 has received an update courtesy of Valve. The latest update has caused uproar within the community after fixes to the title left it almost unplayable competitively. To help stop 'silent crouch hopping' aka Russian walking, Valve added a sound to any jump motion made in the game. This has left teams and players of the title crying foul. The only real question I have is, "why now?" The last update to the title was moons ago and only now Valve have deemed itnecessary to fix this issue.
This is the beauty of Steam. Are Valve updating their games more and more now so they spotlight on Steam? Fixing this bug is a great way of drawing former 1.6 addicts back in although this seems to have backfired for the time being.