Rascal 29 jan 2013 à 11h20
Versus
I notice some one has posted to many noobs on versus, well didnt you have to learn how to play ?.or are you so good.
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Bikes 29 jan 2013 à 11h32 
Well some people started playing when everyone was inexperienced. Others gritted their teeth and just kept playing till they got better despite kicks. I personally played L4d1 after 2 came out, people where fairly lenient at I picked up most of the skills needed to start playing versus in 2.
Rascal 29 jan 2013 à 13h32 
If you dont play u wont get better, im still learning versus, that dam hunter is the worst. Sick at it u will get better , i hope lol
OstrichGuy 29 jan 2013 à 15h47 
I hate how the community treats newbies to the game. Or people who aren't just that good at it.
Rascal 30 jan 2013 à 11h28 
Player should help the new players to get better,Not call them noobs and kick them from games .So come on guys play the game.:):):) please
(Banni) 30 jan 2013 à 11h34 
Do you know what I hate? New players. Why don't you guys just buy Black Ops 2? Or Battlefield?
Bikes 30 jan 2013 à 13h59 
Rascal a écrit :
Player should help the new players to get better,Not call them noobs and kick them from games .So come on guys play the game.:):):) please

The problem is a lot of them refuse to communicate and just go ahead and do stupid things without trying to learn. Just communicate with your team and listen to people's advice and you'll probably get kicked less. The fastest kicks I see are when people run ahead get killed and refuse to say anything until they get kicked at which point they'll ask why, right before they're kicked.
Also learning the basics of playing the survivors is best done on campaign, I don't think I've ever been kicked from a normal campaign run, so unless you're really really bad you should be fine there.
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ℓια 30 jan 2013 à 14h06 
Bikes a écrit :
Rascal a écrit :
Player should help the new players to get better,Not call them noobs and kick them from games .So come on guys play the game.:):):) please

The problem is a lot of them refuse to communicate and just go ahead and do stupid things without trying to learn. Just communicate with your team and listen to people's advice and you'll probably get kicked less. The fastest kicks I see are when people run ahead get killed and refuse to say anything until they get kicked at which point they'll ask why, right before they're kicked.
Also learning the basics of playing the survivors is best done on campaign, I don't think I've ever been kicked from a normal campaign run, so unless you're really really bad you should be fine there.

Totally agree.
^SYP^ MeasuringSafe057 3 sept 2013 à 15h39 
Look theres too many Perfectionists out there. My theory is when the game came out the first people who played got more time to get better or noobs got better and they thought "hmm you know what lets make fun of people that got incappetated once then kick them because it happened to me."
รקคςєςคtคz 3 sept 2013 à 15h47 
Bikes a écrit :
Well some people started playing when everyone was inexperienced. Others gritted their teeth and just kept playing till they got better despite kicks. I personally played L4d1 after 2 came out, people where fairly lenient at I picked up most of the skills needed to start playing versus in 2.

This ^^^^^^^

Plus, we didnt make kick threads like manchildren.
THEBIGREDMACHINE 3 sept 2013 à 15h58 
Versus can get very competative and it doesn't matter how long you've been playing it, you will still get kicked now and then. As stated earlier, you just have to grow a thick skin and keep going into games and learning how to attack with the infected and how to make it to the safe room as a survivor. One of the best ways to learn is...if you get killed as a survivor...don't just leave the game...stay and watch what everyone is doing. You will learn all kinds of tricks and where the best ambush spots are for the infected. It takes a long time to get good at Versus but keep at it. Once you get good at it...it's a lot of fun!
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