Discussion Over Xbox Live's Enforcement and if it's Proper.
Does anyone else find it weird that Xbox considers itself a competitive gaming platform, but bans for trash talk? That it discourages the behavior that's shown in the games you play? Xbox Live has made really questionable choices in how to enforce what
it considers to be "for everyone". You cannot trash talk, swear under any circumstances, talk back to someone trash talking you, or act human in general. While what's being attempted by enforcing the code of conduct seems like a good idea, is restricting the
online play actually giving people more freedom? A blaring contradiction isn't a good way to do it, definitely. If anyone has anything to add, or points to bring up, I'd appreciate it. The main point of this post was to bring up the fact that MS has no problem
leeching money from people, but doesn't bother trusting people to have the responsibility to not deform to a crying man-baby when someone says anything remotely offensive to any living human.
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MS doesn't do it case-by-case, it's like they take the perspective of an 8 year old on a power trip. Things that are hardly offensive to anyone capable of reasonable thought are met with punishment as severe or slightly less than anything deserving of it.
"Say something nice or don't say anything until you make a new account."