Eskimo Press: A female gamer responds to harassment and the lack of etiquette in CoD: Black Ops II's multiplayer.
Its a digital kindergarten
EXACTLY. COD=childrens online daycare.
COD- Children Online Dating
That's why so many people praise the Xbox 360's party chat feature.
lol remember how it use to be? the chat quality use to be horrendous
Though it's a, ''woah'' type of experience the first time you try it.
I really don't understand why PS3 CoD chat system always defaults to everybody on which then requires muting then somebody enters lobby so mute button again... and again, and again. It would make so much more common sense to just default to chat off then unmute ppl you want to talk too.
Alot of girls play this and i noticed Uc3. Hell my girl is always on [email protected] and UC3. Its surprising how many girls play these games. Ive been in lobbys where the whole squad is girls and their talking crap lol and they are good. Either way this doesn't surprise me we are talking about the same ppl that have swastikas, private parts and racial things as their logo. The same ppl that make racial comments on their mics and this goes both ways at times. This is the world we live in.
Gotta love that Mute button lol. =)
Question: Is it possible to set it so that you only receive messages from people on your friends list? I ask this because it seems like something a lot of women/girls would benefit from having to restrict people from just messaging them things they don't want to deal with. I'm not saying this is their fault for not having this set up, but if it isn't an option it really should be one next gen for this reason alone. Heck, I'd enable it because most of the time people message me stupid stuff about me sucking because I actually killed them one time (trust me, a rarity in my online gaming experience -- other than fighting games).
attention whore - just mute them
I love how at the end there she gave out her PSN ID. Lol!
are women allowed to vote for the next map?
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