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Opinion: The future of connected gaming is local, not global

Pocket Gamer's Stuart Dredge puts forward the case for localized online leaderboards:

"..the problem with global leaderboards is that pretty quickly, they get clogged up by lots of other people around the world who are better than you. Being 19th is something to boast about, but when you're down in the low 13,000s, the novelty wears off."

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TheTerminator3473d ago

I guess they're afraid of competition

But it CAN get annoying, I mean, if you've played EE2, half the people are speaking german or some other language that I can't understand