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Submitted by OokuChicken 557d ago | opinion piece

How The Names Of Players In Multiplayer Gaming Affect You

A must read handy guide on the differences between the names of players and how it reflects on their personalities. Seems accurate.

"[...]This is something that we can all relate to here. We’re playing a game and suddenly we’re thrown into this random team and we honestly have no idea how they’re going to work together or what the outcome of the battle will be. Because of this, we focus mostly on ourselves and push to do the best that we can as a player. However, there is always something to the team that you’re on that just doesn’t cut it. You can’t quite explain what it is, but some players tend to just do really well, while others tend to suck pretty bad.[...]" - Attack On Gaming (Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Culture, Heroes of Newerth, League of Legends, PC, Xbox 360)

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