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Attention Foreigners! :D

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Bûnny

Member

08-01-2012

OK, I don't like the fact that there are people who don't speak english on NA servers, but where else do they go? You don't just randomly make a server and say OK all spanish NA people come here! That costs money.


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Shardicus

Senior Member

08-02-2012

Reminds me of http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ApcqhokPeb4


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Xentorx

Senior Member

08-02-2012

Quote:
VargasX87:
Actually as an English speaking American that played on the EU servers I found it much easier to communicate, at the start they ask if anyone's from their home country and if not they proceed to speak in broken but decent english as it seems to be the "Universal" language of Europe. If you dont believe me set up an EU account and try it. I run at about 190ms tops so its not horrible.


My point is they dont flame eachother for talking in bad english, they just get on with the game. Euro may or may not be better ping as i am inbetween NA and Euro (australia here)


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wiegnuf

Junior Member

09-22-2013

I talk french but I can speak english....


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Thaiboxer87

Senior Member

09-22-2013

it doesnt take as much english as a native speaker to communicate in this game in english.
How hard is "mia"...?? the ping system is self-explainatory.