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1. Posted: Thu 9th Dec 2010 01:26 GMT
I've experience voice chat while playing online in Star Wars Battle Front for PSP and it was pretty awesome, so why not have it on the 3DS? Here's a example, your playing Call of Duty Modern Warfare on the 3DS and your online and your fighting side by side with someone in a totally different country or state and your talking to each other while playing, giving commands, warning your teammate of a incoming grenade and they avoid total doom. Anyway I think this would be great on the 3DS. The 3DS already has a mic and if you wanna go a little private you can buy a headset if you want.
Or your enjoying Mario Kart 3DS on your system and chatting while trying to place 1st, 2nd or 3rd. And warning your team members of incoming danger, and only they know what your saying not the opposing team.
Wow this would really beat Sony where it counts.
So tell me what you think guys.
Edited on Thu 9th December, 2010 @ 01:30 by JadeGirl
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2. Posted: Thu 9th Dec 2010 01:28 GMT
IDK but I do know Pokémon Black/White have video chat and thats for DSi
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3. Posted: Thu 9th Dec 2010 01:34 GMT
It did? Hmmm... My friend has the game but never used it. I never knew that. But hopefully this will come to every game that uses WiFi. I've never really checked out Pokemon games, so I don't have a lot of info on voice chatting while in the game.
4. Posted: Thu 9th Dec 2010 02:06 GMT
This is already a reality for standard DS games, the most prominent example being the Pokémon games. There was even a proprietary headset you could buy (which are now very cheap, might I add). Hopefully it will be a standard for 3DS games, though.
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5. Posted: Thu 9th Dec 2010 02:15 GMT
Yes I hope so. I wonder if the 3DS will have its own headset. That will be something great to look forward to.
6. Posted: Thu 9th Dec 2010 02:29 GMT
Otaku wrote:Pokémon Black/White have video chat and thats for DSi.
Pokémon Black/White have video chat and thats for DSi
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7. Posted: Thu 9th Dec 2010 02:42 GMT
I never really liked voice chatting, for reasons you would know if you own a 360.
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8. Posted: Thu 9th Dec 2010 04:05 GMT
Oh jeez, some people on Xbox Live are atrocious (Except for this one guy I talked to.....we got into a conversation about anchovies on pizza....long story). It would be nice for private matches with friends, though. Hopefully your friends would have enough respect not to cuss you out or demean you.
Edited on Thu 9th December, 2010 @ 04:06 by SilverBaretta
9. Posted: Thu 9th Dec 2010 04:34 GMT
PSN too. Random matches are just filled with 13 year old kids whose voices are yet to break and have just discovered swear words for the first time.
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10. Posted: Thu 9th Dec 2010 18:52 GMT
I hope this dosen't end up like Chatroulette
ha, valid point. I can't imagine that hooking up with other players randomly via video chat would be a good idea for nintendo because of just that. anything that involves video chat seems like it would have to be restricted to friend codes to make the chatters responsible for who they are chatting with. I wish there was some other way around this, does xbox online or psn hand out bans for inappropriate behavior?
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11. Posted: Fri 10th Dec 2010 01:34 GMT
@Squiggle55, I hope they would ban people for misconduct. Nintendo should have it where you can block someones voice or whatever so u wont have to hear them rant on and on. When I was using the voice chat on my PSP it was fun and I never ran into terror with other players, only one guy insulted me on Star Wars Battle Front because I was winning and he was losing to a girl, that's about it.
12. Posted: Fri 10th Dec 2010 12:51 GMT
Well....Thats not as bad, as getting Pics of people "Junk" in X-box Live.....It was a long Story.......
13. Posted: Fri 10th Dec 2010 14:37 GMT
JadeGirl wrote:@Squiggle55, I hope they would ban people for misconduct. Nintendo should have it where you can block someones voice or whatever so u wont have to hear them rant on and on. When I was using the voice chat on my PSP it was fun and I never ran into terror with other players, only one guy insulted me on Star Wars Battle Front because I was winning and he was losing to a girl, that's about it.Well....Thats not as bad, as getting Pics of people "Junk" in X-box Live.....It was a long Story.......
Yep, I've experienced people swearing and cursing up a sandstorm in voice chat and yes even on anime chat sites people post pics of their fragile bodies.
Anyway, I think after having voice chat as a staple on the both Wii, DS and DSi it it all to obvious that voice chat will be a standard thing on the 3DS. I can already seen myself playing Star Fox 3DS and Animal Crossing 3DS while carrying on a lively conversation with my friends, Church fellows and schoolmates.
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14. Posted: Sat 11th Dec 2010 16:13 GMT
Pokemon Diamond and Pear had voice chat. The Nintendo 3DS will surely support this feature, especially since Pokemon Black & White will utilize the video chat feature, which requires talking and that it's coming to the 3DS as a port.
What we should be hoping for is, how many titles will support voice chat? There needs to be a larger quantity of them.
15. Posted: Sun 12th Dec 2010 01:37 GMT
I can definitely get on board with this idea. I've never been a fan of stranger chat but having the technology there to talk to friends would be good for me.
16. Posted: Sun 12th Dec 2010 02:16 GMT
Oh my gosh, I never knew all that junk happens on the X-box live.
@Super Smash Bros. Fan1999, Well I really want the voice chat on every game that has WiFi. I bet its going to be on all the Call of Duty, 007, Star Wars Battle Front and one other game I can't remember right now.
17. Posted: Mon 13th Dec 2010 01:37 GMT
Video chat is totally pointless.
voice chat is a way better solution towards online gaming for sure.
With the onboard microphone for talking and a headset for hearing them. its simple perfect. Specailly if they gona create mmo kind of games on it
18. Posted: Tue 14th Dec 2010 03:09 GMT
voice chat would be nice, they could have like what theyve got going on with msn, ask for friend requests, then video chat with friends, THAT would be good. maybe just have an msn app altogether, then use "webcam" with your friends
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19. Posted: Tue 14th Dec 2010 03:17 GMT
@ animal crosser
thats fine, but not while gaming. It isn't a ios device. Its a dedicated gaming system. Why do you think that the game freezes compleetly when you are going to the menu. Because it simple isn't possible to run both tasks at the same time.
The voice chat i was talking about = aimed towards a game like voice chat. And not from the system files itself. I really dont think thats going to be possible on a dedicated handheld, without losing resources for the game itself.
Which should be avoided at all cost.
Edited on Tue 14th December, 2010 @ 15:38 by theblackdragon