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Submitted by Ramon3MR 410d ago | opinion piece

Can the Reputation System Work on the Xbox One?

GotGame: For anyone who owns an Xbox 360, especially those who play first-person shooters or fighting games, it’s a safe bet that you’ve come across a couple of idiots who like to mouth off because they’ve got headsets and know you won’t find them. Needless to say, that sort of thing can ruin the fun pretty quickly and despite Xbox Live having a basic reporting system, it generally doesn’t do much of anything. (Xbox LIVE, Xbox One)

golding89  +   410d ago
It Can work. But i fear some players may abuse bad rating because of numerous reasons..example bad rating out of spite..etc..

It is an interesting system..but we will not know until we try it.
Ramon3MR  +   410d ago
That's kind of what I'm afraid of too. They say their algorithm will take stuff like that into account but I'm not so sure.

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