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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellfire View Post
    Brilliant! Now when someone sticks a missile up my jacksie on the last corner, I can ACTUALLY tell you all what a shower of bastards you are
    Lol. This will be great. I can hear the french curse. You would of heard alot of swearing online just a lil earlier then when i was rammed off in Platnium Rush.

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    I was waiting for this.... I'm sure that on Wipeout we'll be hearing some of the most un-acceptable language ever spoke in any game, as it is one of the most challenging games made... Oooh I hope you all don't hate me if I get off hand... hahaha like I'll be the only one...

    And on to original topic, will 2 player team base be available?? I have a friend who I was hoping to play with!!!
    Last edited by Chill; 17th September 2008 at 04:58 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chill View Post
    I was waiting for this.... I'm sure that on Wipeout we'll be hearing some of the most un-acceptable language ever spoke in any game, as it is one of the most challenging games made... Oooh I hope you all don't hate me if I get off hand... hahaha like I'll be the only one...
    I tend to prefer text messaging in games for that reason, with text things tend to be less personal

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    I wish that were true, but after years of watching a high volume of text communications as a former global mod and a current admin on another forum, and a globmod [ ] on this one, I'd have to say that things in text get every bit as personal and heated as you could ever desire [or not desire]. Even when text is not IM, but slower. I suspect that team participation might even add to the heat.

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    In case of 2 players teams, do you know, mates, if it will be possible to select the person you're talking with using the headset ? If teammates wants to elaborate race/fight stratégies, it would be better that the adversary teams couldn't listen, no ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lance View Post
    I wish that were true, but after years of watching a high volume of text communications as a former global mod and a current admin on another forum, and a globmod [ ] on this one, I'd have to say that things in text get every bit as personal and heated as you could ever desire [or not desire]. Even when text is not IM, but slower. I suspect that team participation might even add to the heat.
    I think it's more a question of you as an individual cope with this things. I personally tend to be less "influenced" by written words than from live audio communication.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leungbok View Post
    In case of 2 players teams, do you know, mates, if it will be possible to select the person you're talking with using the headset ? If teammates wants to elaborate race/fight stratégies, it would be better that the adversary teams couldn't listen, no ?
    I think that in this case a /ALL /TEAM switch would be of use yes.
    Last edited by Lance; 17th September 2008 at 05:58 PM. Reason: Two consecutive posts by same poster merged. Read the rules, please.

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    }enters analytical mode{

    "~snip~ I personally tend to be less "influenced" by written words than from live audio communication."

    Clearly there are many humans for whom this is nOt true.

    Often in real live face-to-face confrontations, many people exert more self-control than they do online because the possibility of escalation to direct physical fighting makes them more careful, more diplomatic. But online, many allow their emotions free rein.

    Live vocal communication is intermediate between text and face-to-face, and thus is likewise intermediate for most people in terms of self-control and civility.

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    I really worry about people not being able to communicate without being offensive. especially in games.

    I'm quite happy to be playing tekken at home with some friends and for insults/swearing to be flying because we are friends. But online i really hate it, totally puts me off using voice chat. Is it so hard to remain civil with people you dont know?

    Case in point is everybodies golf, there is no voice comms, very strict text filter and only possible to post very short messages when playing tournaments. But still probably 50% of the people there insist on doing their best to get round filters just to swear and abuse everyone? why, why, why. maybe i am just getting old ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lance View Post
    Live vocal communication is intermediate between text and face-to-face, and thus is likewise intermediate for most people in terms of self-control and civility.
    Interesting analysis, i think there is some truth in it

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    Well you havn't tried Halo 3 online then - some of the stuff said there isn't even writeable

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