Because most people who even bother using game chat play crappy music, talk to other people in the room but won't mute the mic, are young and act like cod gamers etc.
Why don't you talk? Talk to a Random Campaign!
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Thank goodness for mute all. I ain't got time to sift through whos talking and whos not in order to figure out who it was. It's either that or yell at them to shut their kid up; of course, besides being extremely rude and nonsensical, considering it's a baby, it would defeat the whole purpose of NOT talking. :Dinfernomorgoth wrote:I've had two days in a row now where a guy had a baby crying nonstop in the background during a warzone match, I just clicked mute all and was like ...ahhhh...silence!
This is my favourite post. How do you communicate non-verbally in Halo? Please give some examples.Civona Deflagre wrote:because plenty of people talk in my games and they mostly sound like jerks. I've had my best moments of teamwork with people who were silent like me but knew how to communicate non-verbally.
I do the same when playing solo but when I'm with friends, we usually insist on game chat so we can call out to others. Usually we have to deal with kinetic mic's though ( don't understand how people think kinects are acceptable to use )Mihaylowich wrote:...most of the people i've met in game-chat so far just made some weird noises
i keep my headset on, just put my mic on mute, and i would only unmute it if there's another person talking (as in - using ACTUALords kind of talking), tho i'm yet to meet such 'other person'