The Golden Rules of Online Gaming

Online gaming - meaning playing actual shoot-'em up games and the like, not gambling - may be big business but to its fans, it's also serious business.

So, in order to avoid newcomer ("noob") faux pas, Destructoid blog has written a cheeky set of 10 Golden Rules of Online Gaming. For example:

8: Singing is awesome:

Communicating via a headset is great because it lets gamers sing, and that is one of the only reasons we buy headsets. In fact, some people are known to log into servers just to hear poor quality, nasal renditions of the latest "phat tracks." One of the most original and beloved songs to sing is anything done by Rick Astley.

Try to sing as loudly and obnoxiously as you can into your headset before, during and after a game, only stopping when you need to step away from the mic to breathe. Everybody will be impressed and will want to play with you again. In fact, you're so great at singing that the only reason you're not on Broadway right now is that showbusiness is full of lag.

If you lack the raw sexual magnetisim and confidence that is required to sing during a game, you can always hold the microphone up to some speakers and play your favorite tunes for everybody. Your fellow gamers really care what your musical interests are and will applaud your tasteful selection of tracks.

Funny, of course, because they're true: Link


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I don't know about anyone else, but I only play Halo to be assaulted with bad music, then humped in the head. I wish every game could incorporate these themes.
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