gt "I Emperor420 I" - central US
the problem is that people seem to think any game that involves gun play has to be the same as call of crapness and ******s.
if you give these mindless morons an objective and team play they get confused.
I just don't care anymore. The gaming community has been reduced to **** heads who will use you as bait to get a free kill. **** heads who will throw a grenade on a person you're data hacking just to get a free kill. **** heads who say people cry when they stroke their noob tube too hard and use it as a primary. **** heads who are too impatient to play a tactical match so they have caused companies to make these games play too fast for anybody who enjoys a steady paced match. **** heads **** heads, **** HEADS!
Here come the Captchas again.
I camp the objective as an Engineer, I cap it as a Scout and I set up Ammo Boxes and try to cap the objective as Rifleman.
Most of the time i play with friends so i don't really run into a whole lot of crazy people. When i don't, i play as an engineer and bring my trusted sentry gun with me. That can make up for a lot of stupid teammates. Now if you're playing against a really good team, the sentry can't help you. In those occasions, i just play with my rifleman and try to get kills and not worry about winning the actual match
Originally Posted by shobhit7777777
Interesting comments. You guys talk about wanting respect and good teamplayers and yet you seem to know nothing about the word. I read your comments and it is all about you and getting experience points, kills etc. Teamwork requires work and sometimes people move ahead at slower paces or heaven forbid show up brand new to ruin your fun. Yes, I admit that as a "noob" I might not always know what I am doing but at least I am trying to help. Remember not all of us manage to play 40 hrs a week, hold down a job and spend time with our family. Some of us, like you want to have a bit of escapist fun online with like minded people. I don't log on saying . . . Hmmm, how can I ruin someones game today????
With players like you hurling insults at noobs (either in forum chats, over mics), it makes it difficult to take your concerns seriously . . . It's a game!!! Have any of you actually been in combat? If you had, you would know that this doesn't even touch the real experience (we don't have invisible camo or correcting bullets).
Remember . . . you were noobs once, why don't you give everyone the same respect you are seeking and stop refering to us as "useless, morons, idiots, jerks or whatever other choice names come to mind. Without noobs spawing these games and creating a community, getting better and "helping you out more", this game will die online and there will be no respawns for that death.
Therefore you are different.
Originally Posted by Fenryc
The people we are talking about are those which have no obvious interest in helping.
There are far too many of such for them to all be new players.
We speak from experience. Yes, we were all new players once, but I'm sure I speak for everyone when I say that even when we first started, we were miles more helpful than some of the... people we've been playing with.
Originally Posted by Lunytunes
**** = feces ?
**** = Male reproductive organ?
Originally Posted by irunbk0826
The bastard then set up RIGHT BESIDE ME! not 3 inches away. It was hilarious TBH...a RIfleman with an MSR..with a Scout looking at him going WTF?
He made a run for it when he saw me pull out my HE launcher
Last edited by shobhit7777777; 08-06-2012 at 11:17 AM.
Ack and point taken. I would hate to have some people I have run across in actual combat with me (bunker bunnies who would rather hide than rush the objective). However, I wish people would just stop lumping all noobs into the same category. There are some really experienced players who are total jerks and are only worried about the kills and XPs. This can be just as bad as happless noobs wandering around blind running into enemy players. Yet, you don't see many raging noobs calling for moritorium on all experienced players because of the acts of a few. I have player with some great folks who by mic or in comments have offered up some serious good advice . . . That is true teamwork.