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66. Re: C&C Generals 2 Becoming F2P Command & Conquer Aug 16, 2012, 22:56 Sepharo
eRe4s3r wrote on Aug 16, 2012, 20:59:
Sepharo wrote on Aug 16, 2012, 20:12:
I guess I'm a bit odd in that I'm very competitive (if you aren't first you're last) in MP but in SP I go for the very story heavy Adventure games. I'm not really a big fan of co-op because I'm always worried that I'm holding someone back or that they're holding me back. My friends sit on vent all day long whether or not they're playing games but I feel like I'm always looking for an excuse to get the mic away from me. I'm not that way face-to-face but something about games and the internet make me uncomfortable with being social. Probably has to do with excessive forum'ing where I have all the time in the world to express myself. yes, yes, all the time in the world but look at your shitty posts!

Same here, MIC and Voice is the first thing I disable whenever I play anywhere. I don't like to talk to strangers on the web, for strange reasons... and especially not when gaming.. reminds me too much of working ...

Oh you misunderstood. I love talking to strangers... It's my friends hanging out on voice chat all day that I don't like to talk to. Well it's not that I don't like to talk to them, I just don't want to do it for hours on end virtually inches from their face. I don't know how they do it but apparently they don't mind hearing each other breathe and eat all day. Admittedly it's easier to do with closer friends but I find it very awkward with clan member and gaming acquaintances. But voice chat in game is essential... I mean how else am I going to explain to you why I died?
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