comes to general strategy, the viewpoint (isometric instead of a first-person perspective)
changes things a bit.
much harder to hide and surprise people as everybody has pretty much the same birds-eye
view of the battlefield.
harder to snipe people from a bigger distance, so long-range slow weapons are a
bit weaker than in the real CS (sniper rifles, etc.), while short-range fast/high
damage weapons are a bit better than in CS. That said, assault rifles like the
AK-47 are still the golden standard.
that most battles are close quarters and a bit more predictable means that it is, generally speaking, a better strategy to stick together as a team and bring as
much firepower as possible rather than split up and try to use the element of
surprise to your advantage.