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10-05-2007 @ 11:19AM
Chances are, the type of people taking this poll lean more to the hardcore gamer side. (I mean if you read up on everything WoW related it's safe to say that you are not just a casual gamer).I believe most hardcore gamers know all about the 3rd party chat programs, but one must think of the tons of casual gamers that might not be aware of them. For the casual gamer, this now makes getting voice chat going extremely easy. Just plug in a mic and go.It also makes it easy if you are the gamer that meets new people in WoW all the time and doesn't have a set group of guildies that all hang out on your TS/Vent server. Pros?- It's really hard to get a brand new group and get them all to join some 3rd party chat program. With in game, this problem is solved.- Makes it easy for casual gamers or those "technology impaired" to get voice chat going- You can now switch channels in game to talk to different groups of people without having to switch TS/Vent servers.Cons?- Lag? I never got any or saw any so I can't really comment on this.- Find out a guildy you thought was a woman is actually a man?
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