Sakyubasu Mar 7 @ 9:34pm
Hey I need some help.
So I just bought this as it was on sale, and I go to Versus mode, then play online, and only two or one servers show up, yet I see that 14000 people are in-game.

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Mugen Mar 7 @ 9:44pm 
Step 1: Start game
Step 2: Look for "Single Player" option
Step 3: Play on single player mode.
Ninjabutter Mar 7 @ 9:45pm 
Originally posted by Just a Chicken:
So I just bought this as it was on sale, and I go to Versus mode...

First of all, stop that.

Second, remember that that number includes everyone who's in a friends-only game, single-player game, or Mutation game, in addition to all of the other, more common modes.

But seriously, please don't play Versus until you know what you're doing. I'm trying to save you time, here; your team will kick you the second they see your in-game hours. Learn the game through the co-op campaigns, then move into Versus.
Sakyubasu Mar 7 @ 10:35pm 
Originally posted by Ninjabutter:
Originally posted by Just a Chicken:
So I just bought this as it was on sale, and I go to Versus mode...

First of all, stop that.

Second, remember that that number includes everyone who's in a friends-only game, single-player game, or Mutation game, in addition to all of the other, more common modes.

But seriously, please don't play Versus until you know what you're doing. I'm trying to save you time, here; your team will kick you the second they see your in-game hours. Learn the game through the co-op campaigns, then move into Versus.

Oh I've had plenty of experience with this game, I used to play it on console and many times over at my friends so no need for any of that.

And I didn't know people take this game so seriously, this game is just pure fun even if you have complete noobs on your team.

Ninjabutter Mar 7 @ 11:02pm 
Ah ok, carry on then.

I was being serious though; be prepared for people to see your logged hours and kick you, assuming you have no knowledge of the game. People being kicked from Versus teams for little to no reason is actually a pretty major problem right now in the community.
Professor Spike Mar 7 @ 11:03pm 
Originally posted by Ninjabutter:
Ah ok, carry on then.

I was being serious though; be prepared for people to see your logged hours and kick you, assuming you have no knowledge of the game. People being kicked from Versus teams for little to no reason is actually a pretty major problem right now in the community.
By now you mean since the beginning of time.
Blingie Mar 7 @ 11:20pm 
Group servers are packed with people all the time
Ninjabutter Mar 7 @ 11:36pm 
Originally posted by Professor Spike:
By now you mean since the beginning of time.

To an extent, but it actually does seem worse to me now than it did, say, a year ago.
Professor Spike Mar 7 @ 11:37pm 
Originally posted by Ninjabutter:
Originally posted by Professor Spike:
By now you mean since the beginning of time.

To an extent, but it actually does seem worse to me now than it did, say, a year ago.
Because it's a cycle, see, first the noobs come, then they get ♥♥♥♥ on/or they don't, then they become better and better, until they themselves call the newcomers noobs. Bam, the more they come, the more they become.
Sakyubasu Mar 8 @ 12:41am 
Alright well thanks anyway, I guess it's not too much of a problem, although I have already seen a lot of people getting kicked out of mine and the enemies team, it's a bit sad but that's what you get when you give players an option to vote kick.
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