So I feel like feces. For some reason, my step brother finally decided to get a Steam account and he bought Counter-Strike: Global Offensive so we could play something together. He goes through the training course just fine and then we start playing a match. It's here I start to realize this is all a huge mistake. It was my first game back after quite a while (first time playing with my new mouse) and I am playing like a complete noob. Well, maybe not a complete noob, because that's how my step brother was playing. He manages to get a single kill the whole match. He's been solely a console gamer up until this point, and it must've been like going from 0 to 100 in an instant for him. Meanwhile, I'm also having an extraordinarily difficult time controlling my aim. I've never been able to find the right sensitivity for this game, and I probably never will. Still, I managed to not go too negative. I convinced him to try playing offline against bots, because that's where I've gotten most of my enjoyment out of the game and I don't want him to feel like he just wasted his money. Long story short, PC gaming is hard and I have a newfound respect for people who can do it competitively, because my step brother and I most definitely can't.