Counter-Strike has provided PC gamers with incredible FPS action for decades, but thanks to a shiny new Nintendo DS port, it can now be played on the fan-favorite handheld console.
Valve's Counter-Strike franchise is one of the most influential additions to the FPS genre in history, creating unforgettable competitive gameplay. Despite attempts to bring Counter-Strike to consoles, the transition has never stopped and remains a PC game first and foremost.
However, one dedicated fan has refused to be deterred by the issues and is taking the experience to handheld gamers... on the Nintendo DS.
The Counter-Strike DS port is amazing
If you've always wanted to experience Counter-Strike on the go, you don't have to wait for the Steam Deck to arrive. Dig up your old Nintendo DS because game programmer Fewnity managed to bring Counter-Strike to Nintendo's beloved handheld.
Dubbed a "work in progress" by Fewnity, the clever fan-made version of the Valve classic utilizes the DS's touchscreen surprisingly well.Read also
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Allowing players to buy their weapons from the bottom screen, the explosive action takes place above.
Fewnity has been working on this project for some time, with first previews as early as February 2021.
Over the course of the year, the aspiring game developer has implemented various features such as rumble, improved weapon handling, and even cross-play on the same server, with the PlayStation Vita.
Currently, the alpha version of the game includes an overview of the Single Player mode. Multiplayer will be included in the future, which is sure to be an incredible spectacle to behold.
Players can immediately jump in and download Fewnity's alpha from Nintendo DS creation now.