If I have teammates that talk I use a mic otherwise I am usally in silence
Why would you rather lose than use a mic?
OP Gamer USA X
In H3 EVERYONE had a mic and you could smak talk the other team in the pre-game and post-game lobby. In fact, it would keep the same 2 teams if no one quite so you could play the same team over and over again and raise the smak talk. But now ... sigh ....CivilTub00166 wrote:Considering you get a basic mic free with your xbox...no. I have often wondered this though (and been frustrated over it), with more games head toward more co-opness and H5 being built more around that than the others, i don't understand it. The only logical explanation is they don't feel like listening to the people who just try to annoy as many people as possible cause their children and those who can't relies that their allowing feed back and echo through their mics cause their TV is too loud or something. But you can just mute those people like i do.
Oh, and also the -Yoinks!- who have side conversations and arguments with people and don't mute their -Yoinking!- mic. Those people probably piss me off the most.
BE RESPECTFUL PEOPLE!!!
But in the games that everyone is communicating effectively it doubles the enjoyment and your chances of winning. I like those games
1. The vitriol on Xbox Live and inane lack of helpfulness of the vast majority.Gamer USA X wrote:With a vast majority of the "community" playing in utter silence, I find my self curious. Why would people rather lose match after match rather than communicate the simpliest information such as when attacking or where attackers are? Is it a cost thing?