Among first-person shooter players, Minh Le is something of a legend. Having co-created Counter-Strike in the late 90's, Minh Le went on to work for Valve Software. Ultimately, Le left Valve Software and began work on Tactical Intervention, his current project.
Earlier this month at GDC, we had the chance to sit down with Le and talk about Counter-Strike days of old as well as his new project Tactical Intervention. The latter of which just ended closed beta testing earlier this month with plans to re-emerge soon presumably after some tweaks and adjustments are put into place. In the interview, Le talks about how he was able to take what he learned in Counter-Strike - the good and the bad - and apply it to future projects, including Tactical Intervention.
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