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6-08-2010 @ 8:07AM
Go play an FPS for 2 hours and all the "abuse" in wow seems so well meaningless like it's actually meant friendly ^^
6-08-2010 @ 9:39AM
WHAT IS THIS I DON'T EVEN
6-08-2010 @ 9:54AM
God dammit, I know you hack and use aimbots, you n00b, get out of this server, no one wants your sorry ass here.Does that even come close? Only real FPS I play online is TF2 and haven't encountered anyone unpleasant so far.
6-08-2010 @ 10:11AM
its whenever they get their asses handed to them that they cry hacks. pathetic, really.
6-08-2010 @ 10:26AM
Honestly playing FPS aren't as bad as WoW for computers in my opinion. Then again I play Battlefield games and I suppose they would be a lot better than games on Xbox. Overall though, Ive found that the players are willing to help you learn how to use certain vehicles if you really give it a good try and servers are well patrolled for rude people.
6-08-2010 @ 10:47AM
Speaking of FPS games I usually use my favorite games quotes when people act like jerks.That is.. Team Fortress 2. Too bad noone notices the references.
6-08-2010 @ 4:30PM
I have to agree on this.. playing games on different platform and also changing the genre can increase or decrease the good chat and bad chat.Such as Genre F on Platform X = Racist*homphobic+swearing and a dash of nice.and Genre M on Platform C = lots of nice chat, with a dash of the bad.Not always the same, but I know if I hop on an Xbox vs a PC how things may differ in voice chat and if I hop on an FPS vs an MMO how things can differ there.
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