Veterans Gaming Servers are awesome

by admin on February 22, 2011

I’m a big fan of Battlefield 2 and other sandbox shooters where you can enjoy operating vehicles as well as the usual shootemup, in my opinion these modern day shooters like CoD Black Ops etc are rather dull since they lack the vehicles and open maps to keep things interesting, linear maps and game play are old hat!

Now one of my favorite mods is Forgotten Hope Two one of the best WWII mods ever made, normally I play on Veterans Gaming servers, since usually its a good ping time and plenty of people on most of the day.

I logged on and decided I’d have a go at commander for a while, I sat down at the radio, called in some supplies and an arty strike on the enemy, with several minutes to spare, I thought I’d fly over to the next enemy base and see if I could capture it real quick, but low and behold as soon as I took off a mutiny vote began against me.

Something wrong) I asked the chap that had started the mutiny vote against me, to which I was responded to by some American teenager, with a tyrade of name calling I was informed that as a commander you can never leave your radio post, to which I responded calmly, that once commander duties are done there really isnt much to do till the supply drop is ready again and so I thought I’d help.

To which he responded with even more verbal abuse and frothing anger at my apparent stupidity, stunned by such lack of fair play I felt compelled to report this occurance, I dont mind people correcting me, I don’t mind people yelling occasionally at me, we all get frustrated, but this was ridiculous.

I contacted the Veterans gaming forum and was pleasantly surprised at a very quick and positive feedback, indeed since my report, they found several trouble makers on the server, create a watch list and are on the look out for these disruptive players and have made it fun to play in again, if only more organisations where so efficient.

Kudos to you Vetrans gaming.

http://www.veterans-gaming.com

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