When the Wheels Fall Off – MUD2MMO

It’s about that moment where it all falls apart. Everything feels ok, then boom, it happens. Getting wrecked is never fun.

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  1. MidnightScreeningsman2014

    Just something I gotta get out here since I’m on the comment section of a “gaming show”. I know I’ve said on this show I didn’t really game these days but now that my dad got an Xbox One for Christmas I now consider myself a gamer. Anyways with that on to the video!!!!

    Interesting video tyger I thought that this was an interesting title when I saw this pop up on my feed this morning and now I get it so thanks;)

  2. This pretty much happens on CS:GO all the time. Actually happened to me a couple of days ago when I got kicked because I was camping a certain spot where a bunch of the opposing teams would go. I got kicked from the server and (for some reason) got banned from playing as a result.

    Then again I’m sure the majority of people who play CS:GO probably didn’t grow up after middle school.

  3. I’ve had this happen a couple of times to me, just on my own solo playtime. I’ll pick up a game after having a bad day, and then things go wrong in the game for me. I usually keep going though, telling myself, “It’s gotta get better, it can’t get any worse, right?”.

    Sometimes it does improve, sometimes it doesn’t. And when it doesn’t, I just save my progress and turn off the game. Then play some fitting music while I draw. ^^

  4. when the wheels come of mid game in a moba you cant or shouldnt actually flee the computer and ‘take a break.’ in a game like dota 2 there is no surrender option, and being forced to play through your own shitty attitude forces you to deal with it without leaving the game. if you flame your team and then abandon you will be reported for sure.

  5. Arbiters in video games? You know what… sounds amazing. Like moderators they’d move from one game to another and have access to the chat history to know where it started and how it devolved to punish the players accordingly if need be! 😀

  6. I’m always surprised at how serious people take online games. I’ve been playing Wow for years and I’m a rather poor raider, because I only raid in lfr. And lfr is a real bitchfest. I play for fun and don’t give a damn what other people say about my playing style. I’m trying my best and if they don’t like it they can always raid in normal or heroic.

    Honestly, it’s a game, so why take it so seriously? There’s so much to do in MMORPGS and I don’t really get the appeal of raiding. Doing the same raids again and again just to get +5 stats on your equipment? What’s the point? As soon as the new expansion comes out that stuff is obsolete anyway.

  7. Honestly, this is why I don’t game online. I’m terrified of being a burden on the group. I didn’t grow up gaming, my brother had a monopoly on our home systems and if I ever did get a chance to play he would make fun of me for sucking and eventually bully me off of it cause I was “wasting time”. I only really started when I got my own computer that could handle some games on steam. I found out that I was much better and had more fun without someone constantly telling me I suck, go figure. When I look at mmo’s, even ones that look like I’d enjoy them, it seems like all of the Internet is made up of people who are like my brother and I’m just going to be told I suck and get kicked out. So, I play things I can play by myself, and it’s good.

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