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4-20-2011 @ 11:29AM
I don't think he's necessarily wrong, though. It isn't uncommon to find groups with griefers. bots, people spamming autoatack, etc. While most groups are moderately bearable, they still aren't as social as I think they should be. And yes, XBL and PSN don't have very good online communities because they don't have to be; running around the map with Commando Pro and Marathon on requires only so much teamwork, compared to the average heroic. Yet you still quite commonly see groups out there for most normals and some heroics with groups that refuse to say a word.So is a quiet community consisting of people you would never see again better than one that's loud and rowdy that you'll also never see again? Just food for thought.
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