3 years ago#51
gutter_trash posted...I was playing with th headset disconnected and 12 year old were yammering.
I call troll; it's too stereotypical.
On topic; I usually don't use the microphone in any games due to my difficulty talking. I don't use it in this one because I'm not sure quite what I could say. I'm not precisely a master strategist, the game moves quite quickly and I wouldn't know how to refer to certain map locations, so I get the feeling I'd be useless.
(Map locations might have a name that pops up onscreen like in Reach, but my TV is too small and my vision not acute enough to read it.)
3 years ago#52
Because nobody wants to talk to randoms.
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3 years ago#53
You're right a lot of people don't talk, but I don't mind it. The times people do have mics it's normally one of three people....
That has got to be, bar none, the most ANNOYING thing about multiplayer. I fact it's these types (usually a 7 year old kid humming music to himself, talking aloud about nothing, etc) that has kept me off multiplayer games. MUTE IT, KID.
3 years ago#54
Nezu Chiza posted...
Considering how strict the voice chat restrictions are in terms of banning, people probably just don't want to risk things.
lol, I just came here to laugh at people who play Halo, but this one takes the cake. "oh noes I can't say sexist things better not risk it because clearly I can't stop saying sexist thigns!!"
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3 years ago#55
I'd rather just talk to my friends. Party chat was one of the greatest things they ever brought to Xbox Live.
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3 years ago#56
Nezu Chiza posted...Considering how strict the voice chat restrictions are in terms of banning, people probably just don't want to risk things.
Actually, I'm a bit hesitant to play online with people because, even though I play co-op and not deathmatch-style games, I still yell out stuff like "Mother ******!" when I get killed. Wouldn't want someone to hear that and suddenly I get banned because my frustration at that Elite that took three assault rifle clips to the face and survived is somehow seen as me mad at someone who stood there and watched the whole thing, and they reported me.
3 years ago#57
My mic is usually on, but muted. I'll unmute it if I have other teammates that are actually communicating relevant information so I can return the favor. I don't bother otherwise because I don't particularly like hearing myself talk to nobody, and when I'm talking to nobody I say R-rated stupid stuff. It's not a habit I'm particularly proud of, and I'd imagine it is very annoying to others.
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3 years ago#58
Not sure if there are more people that use their mics in other game modes, but usually in infinity slayer(not big team), theres only one person with a mic. whats up with that?
People don't usually talk in any games these days; the only people who seem to are groups that know each other or that one sad individual who thinks everyone else wants to listen to his life down the mic. Halo obviously has the added onus of the strictness and swiftness of its ban hammer working against it.
3 years ago#59
Cause I have a ststststutter. D:
3 years ago#60
I think part of the reason people don't talk comes from the Xbox Live party system. At least on Xbox Live, I spend more time in a party than chatting with a PUG. It kinda sucks too because when I do play with out a party I notice people are doing the same thing.
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