Marvel vs. Capcom 3 to segregate rage quitters

By Brenna Hillier, Thursday, 13 January 2011 02:52 GMT


Spiff up your net code, balance your forces, and moderate your matches as you may, you can’t eliminate online gaming’s biggest problem: players.

Marvel vs. Capcom 3’s approach is both elegant and apt. It’s going to take all the rage quitters, and lock them away with each other until they learn better.

According to GamesRadar, Capcom have instituted an invisible reputation system which keeps tabs on your behaviour.

Indulge in the ungentlemanly practice of disconnecting when you start to lose fights, and you’ll soon find yourself pitted against others of your persuasion. Only. Others. Of your. Persuasion.

If that doesn’t teach ’em, nothing will.

Thanks D’toid.

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