I have played alot of games online, most recently MLB 13. There is an overabundance of quitters/disconnects. If you get up by a few runs, they quit. This happens with alot of games. Quitting is only one issue. I would rather not play or talk online with people who scream/curse too much/rude/ect.
What I would love to see implemented would be a system where your ID is attatched to all games you play. It will keep track of your quits/disconnects, and show you how good i.e fun they are to play on a scale of 100. If you see someone with a 90+ rating, you know you will have a good online experience. When joining a group, the leader has the ability to see disconnects/quits and their fun score for EVERY GAME, not just the game being played. This would prevent or sigfinicantly lower people being jerks online.
People have become attatched to their Playstation IDs. They will likely carry over to the PS4. Start everone with a clean slate, and have people rate the players after a game. Any game. Golf, COD, Assasin's Creed, whatever. If a guy plays like an idiot or quits, that how they are rated. It might take a minute or so, but it will pay off when you are only playing good people online.
I for one am sick of repeatedly playing poor sports. Does anything agree with this?
MMmmmm, I understand the concept, and agree with the theory, but also realize it will never happen for a myriad of reasons.
No one agrees? ouch!
Problem is, if you implement such a system, people are going to rate players that kick their arse with negative marks, basically making such a system completely useless.
Oh its a rating system? absolutely not ! I thought it was like how TTT2 does it, when you disconnect you automatically get a higher disconnect rate displayed when people try to join a game with you.
No, he means how Xbox Live's rating system is.... somewhat....
Since someone can gauge another's profile by their "Rank" and how many Reputation stars they have....
Doubtul anyone would ever take advantage of such a system, because when I played my X360... I'd never run across anyone that had less than 5 rep stars....