As I’m new to this whole ps3 thing and these forums, I would like to pose a couple of questions =).
First of all, does the ps3 allow some kind of instant communication? I’m asking because from what I have seen, after a match of sf4 I have the option to view my opponent’s profile and send some kind of a message, but if I got this right, it is sort of like an email… will my opponent get a notification that a message has been received in real time or will the message just slumber in his inbox until he checks it out?
Given the title, I guess most of you can imagine why I’m posing this question. There’s a talk of ragequitters and whatnot going on and I wouldn’t want to be mistaken for one, when I am not. I’m new to the game. I get my ass beaten black and blue, but I take it with a smile and consider every small victory a step towards improvement, even if I still end up losing 10-0. Still, my opponent doesn’t know this. He’s not in the same room as me. He can’t see me. So, how do I get it across that I had fun, but would like to move on (to other stuff or other opponents).
Also, do you people label disconnecting opponents as ragequitters based on the amount of matches you’ve played, or…? If so, what’s considered a minimum before one ‘can leave’ (talking unranked matches here, of course)? ROFL… can’t believe I’m actually writing this, but yeah… here it is. If there are unwritten rules (of conduct or whatnot) that I should be aware of, I would like to know =).
Thanks in advance