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When Did We Lose Our Gaming Way?

Gamertag Radio writes: "When a person enters the world of online gaming today they expect bigotry, cursing, cheating, and generally poor sportsmanship. It is a sad state that online gaming has entered, especially for those of us that were a part of the “glory days”. My online experiences all started on PC with services such as T.E.N. (Total Entertainment Network) and MPlayer. I remember playing Quake because it was fun and competitive. The only things I had to worry about were my frames per second and ping; didn’t have to stress myself out with hackers or switch boxes. It was a tremendously good experience. [Editor's Note: Those days, how I miss you.]"

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lilbroRx1150d ago

I'd say its around the time that the gamers who cared more about specs and brand names than the games themselves took the majority.

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Number-Nine1150d ago

it's not the gamers, it's the times.

Blank1150d ago

Cant forget about those that use the sales card when convienient or just worry about how much a game or console sold that make them feel sales=quality such a dumb mindstate

GUYwhoPLAYSvideoGAME1150d ago (Edited 1150d ago )

when little kids thought swearing was cool. and parents didn't know that they shouldn't be letting their kids play rated m games, to a point

NateCole1150d ago

Game since the atari days and it use to be so simple. You either love a game or not. When you buy a game you get a full game.

It was all about fun. Nowdays i am not sure.

Max-Zorin1150d ago

It's all fun and games until you come across someone that's Android 17 arrogant, salty losers, people that act like they NEVER had a bad game, hosts that kick you out for winning, or as soon as you join the lobby, and the list goes on.

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ZeekQuattro1149d ago

Many lost their way when they started using tech jargon when in reality they have no idea what it actually means or how its applied to gaming.

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