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.]"