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I stick to party chat, mostly because I do tend to rage at times and I don't want to bother randoms with it.
Yea, I do that. It's the only time I emit that quality of self-loathing. Nothing brings out the cutter in me more than having a string of crap matches.
That and video games cheat so I cuss at the 360 to let it know that I know what it's up to.
If I mic up: 1. No one cares what I have to say because 2. My "brilliant" flanking plan will fail to a 5 enemy steamroller because 3. Strangers don't have mics because 4. No one cares what I have to say because 5. My "brilliant" flanking plan will fail to a 5 enemy steamroller because 6. Strangers don't have mics because 7. No one cares what I have to say because 8. My "brilliant" flanking plan will fail to a 5 enemy steamroller because 9. Strangers don't have mics because
Since we're on this subject, I have a question. I know the indicator for someone having their mic plugged in is the normal looking icon, but what is the little chat bubble that some people have? Does that mean they're in a party?
Yep! Your right! It also means that I love you!
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I'm not a stranger anymore am I? <3
I know the exact kind of person you are......and you should have left yourself as a stranger....
I was playing with th headset disconnected and 12 year old were yammering.
My GF told me that I could play as long as those annoying brat voices didn't come out of the speakers.
I slapped on my headset and she could still hear them coming out of the head set hahaha
so I muted everyone in options
there is nothing more grating than the voice of a pre-teen who still sounds like a brat. ............
2nd of all, too many people have a mid-west or southern accent, find them too hillbilly-ish to listen too
You can always just start a party with just yourself in it and set it to party chat. That's what I do when I don't want to use my headset. It's a hell of a lot easier than having to mute everybody in the options.
But yeah.. I don't like talking to randoms either. The only time I really like to use my headset is when I'm in a party with my friends.