Condition Zero: Deleted Scenes is a game developed by Ritual Entertainment, which acts as an expansion pack to Counter-Strike: Condition Zero. It makes up a series of eighteen unconnected single-player missions, with blazing fast action and intense firefights. It includes new weapons and re-skinned and re-animated versions of Counter-Strike weapons.
The Deleted Scenes have you traveling around the world playing as various counter-terrorist forces. The levels are incredibly linear and full of sloppily implemented scripted events. Most of the realism has been scrapped and a more “arcade” feel has taken over. It's so unrealistic that in one part you take out a harrier jet with a sniper rifle. I'm not kidding. This is a disappointment, but the game does have some good points. Best of all is the greatly improved graphics and the excellent voices and music. There are also some exciting moments, such as being stuck in the middle of a two rival terrorist factions and another portion where you have to quickly defuse a nuclear bomb. The lack of missions is another bad point of the game, but this is an unfinished game so it's better than nothing!