Awp_tokyo map inspired by Tokyo drainage/sewer system!
It’s simply an engineering marvel, and unquestionably one of the most awe-inspiring wonder spots of Japan. It has been described as “the concrete junkie’s equivalent to a dropper of heroin”. And it lies hidden underneath the outskirts of metropolitan Tokyo.
The aim was simple: to take all the excess rainwater from typhoons and floods away before it can cause any damage. The way it was implemented is also simple – they built a big drain. But the enormity and engineering complexity of the construction is staggering.
During heavy rains and typhoons, tons and tons of flood and rainwater pours down these sinkholes and falls into the next engineering marvel – a giant concrete pipeline acting as an “underground river” which transports the water more than 6.3km through a tunnel 50m underneath the river basin.
The design is fairly nice and also the structure, as reflected from the hammer editor, is pretty well-designed and balanced. However, the lighting in the map is so dark, I do not know if it's your design intention to actually make it this way, or if it's an under optimized work of lighting. Being so dark makes the gameplay hard, at least I feel, and especially when you play with bots since bots is not affected by lighting. If your initial intention is to design a dark theme map then its nothing to blame, and if it's released to the server for gameplay between human players, then it will be good.
Definitely I am not a fan of aim_ , awp_ and fy_ type maps, I have only one of them that I don´t even play; but I had to try this because screenshots tell me it's a very well detailed map, and it's indeed a good map, probably one of the best training maps, I can compare it with awp_city. The only thing it lacks is a .txt file. I will give it a 10/10 because the current rating is too low for a map with the effort you have put on it. I would also like to see a cs_ or a de_ map from you...
p.s: hmm the current name of the map is "tokyo.bsp", shouldn't it be "awp_tokyo.bsp"??