This is why gamers are assumed to be immature, whiny assholes
Johnbhoy69 wrote:This is why gamers are assumed to be immature, whiny assholes
In my experience, Just COD players fit this stereotype.
SilentDark wrote:I consider myself a hate filled bundle of rage and sharp edges but this is a step too far even for me. I mean sure, tell them if your unhappy with the changes they made, but there really is no need to get personal. So this is my wish, for all those CoD players who think it's acceptable to threaten a man over something as meaningless as a game. I hope Acti decide that it's not worth the trouble and sink the CoD franchise, sure it's their biggest seller but they have the marvel games, Warcraft, Starcraft, James Bond, they'll survive. But you guys won't have your precious CoD and you'll whine, probably issue more death threats but the way I see it, if you can't play nice, then maybe someone should take your toys away.
Alaric14 wrote:Clearly you've never seen a World of Warcraft or League of Legends forum (though LoL is doing stellar work in the field of encouraging good player behaviour), and did you miss that whole ME3 incident? Sorry to say it, but examples of 'whiny arseholiness' are everywhere.
Maximus T wrote:This really makes me unhappy.
I don't see why a mask of anonymity that the internet gives causes some people to act in a disgusting manner. And seriously, I know people who would be all too happy to scream at me for making a mistake in real life, but wouldn't dream of threatening someone over the internet.
There is clearly an issue for some people that their internet persona be obnoxious and anti-social, even if they are not like that in real life.
I like to think that the way I present myself online is more or less reflective of how I would be if I met you in person.
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