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Spencer joined Mar 5, 2011

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Posted by Spencer_Ruler on Feb 10th, 2013

I'm horrible at making blogs. The last blog post I've made was about 4 years ago, on the old version of Gametrailer.com and there's a reason I haven't made another since.

Anyways, I like to game with people, no matter the age or geological location. I have a few requirements, though: they need a microphone, they need to be able to speak a respectable amount of english, and they should be able to have "Serious Fun." "Serious Fun" means that they like to have fun while still being able to do the in-game objective, and not just goofing around ALL the time.

If you do fit these criterion, feel free to add me on Desura and Steam.

I'm looking for team mates living in North America, preferably East Coast (or people that don't mind playing on a high-ping server).

I'm looking for gaming partners for the following games (in order of priority):

  1. Battlefield 3;
  2. Team Fortress 2;
  3. Chivalry: Medieval Warfare; 
  4. Killing Floor;
  5. Portal 2;
  6. Far Cry 3; 
  7. Men of War; Assault Squad;
  8. Warframe;
  9. Heroes & Generals.

I'm always looking to play some new games, though, so feel free to make suggestions.

yone Feb 10 2013, 5:49pm said:

Is it enough to understand right English and speak it a little bit :p? All the others thing are right.

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Spencer_Ruler Feb 10 2013, 8:53pm replied:

It's nothing personal, it's just that when I play my games online, it don't want to waste time or lose focus on the game because I'm trying to communicate with the other person who's not at the same level of English as I am. I just want to have fun and not have to work to be able to understand what the other person is saying. For that reason I can only tolerate playing with people that have a good grasp of English or French. It's basically the same reason why most "big" online video game communities (think big Clans in MMORPGs or groups like ShackTac) have rules concerning the use of English exclusively.

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