Okay, first off guys back the **** off.
Now I'm not trying to be a creep or a stalker or anything secondly.
If you want to add me feel free to do so. My PSN ID is the same on here.
But before you leave at least hear me out.
I'm here to be a good samaritan by making this post for those
female gamers that play online of TLOU and get stuck
with other players that aren't all that good.
I'm usually in a party of 2-4 friends in total. And a buddy and
I almost ALWAYS play online together.
Therefore, when we are in a party we usually have a high
chance of winning. The only time(s) that we lose is
when: someone is having internet issues, we lose a
guy(s) and end up with a crappy player, an enemy is
lagging so bad he's pretty much a "hulk", and etc etc.
The list could go on but that's pretty much the basics.
My name is Darren and I am 20 years old.
Now I would really prefer fluent English speakers
and have mics for communication purposes.
This game does require communication to win
and hence the necessity of a mic.
This concludes the post and looking
forward to any new fans of TLOU
that would take part in being friends.
Not to sound like a **bleep**, but why wouldn't you just post "Friendly player looking to group". To be honest, it sounds like your just trying to load your friends list up with females. On a side note, this should be posted in the MP section.
Naughty Dogs #1 Fanboy!
"I hate cliff hangers." -Ellie.
Asshatery knows no boundaries.
... I agree with the other poster, it sounds like you're just trying to get some females on your friends list. Don't really understand why you made a thread to only help girls. It's like you want to be their knight and shining armor. Maybe they're capable of excelling in this game without your help.
like i said just trying to be a good samaritan.
guess nobody caught that..
i could careless if im their "knight and shinning armor"
i mean you think everyone is good at every game?
im just helping the ones that are having
difficulty trying to succeed.
soo excuse me for taking interest in being a good samaritan.