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Back in the days of Halo 3 that's what people did, they hopped on Halo, with a mic, and chilled and talked. You could be in a room with almost everyone talking. Yeah some were young kids, but for the most part they were just cool people wanting to hangout, smoke some weed, kill some people, and socialize. Now it's like you rarely find a person with a mic, let alone anyone you'd want to talk to.
Those are nothing new. What surprises me is that it's rare nowadays to even find a game that has both teams in party chat. It seems like everyone nowadays is leaving their mics off, even the Kinect players that still have the icon show up (although that's a good thing in this case).
I find it amusing that something a drunk person babbled at me is considered "common sense" by Dismind! - Brain Hammer
Yes but most ppl got so fed up with all the BS that they just unplug there mics till friends get on to party chat with... I keep my mic on just muted till I see ppl w/mics... I rage alot so I dont wanna piss some1 off and get baned