harsh D/C penalty in online play

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3 years ago#1
Why? To d/c costs like 5 wins in games like Mario kart and street fighter. But this is a mobile platform. Where people are likely to be interrupted. Why discourage me to play unless i'm in a home console like setting?
3 years ago#2
Uhh, Street Fighter rounds last, I think at most five minutes. If you aren't confident you can spend the five minutes without disconnecting perhaps you shouldn't start a round up? I mean if you are that worried about your disconnect stats.
3 years ago#3
just play solo if you dont want your K/D to go down....

my bad i mean W/L
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3 years ago#4
It's not harsh, people who disconnect on a frequent basis cause disruptions, it ruins the game for everyone else and wastes their time. I would prefer harsher sanctions.
3 years ago#5
3 day bans for every disconnect
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3 years ago#6
There should be a Win/Lose/DC counter. You should be able to reject people who have a high amount of DC or DCers should be stuck playing with other DCers.
I hate people in general.
3 years ago#7
Because in MKDS, disconnecting had no penalty, and it was abused to no end.
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3 years ago#8
Disconnect --> Bricked system
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3 years ago#9
Disconnect -> Facial disfiguring system explosion
3 years ago#10
people rage dc and lame dc on purpose. heres to hoping pokemon x/y carry a harsh dc punishment as well.
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