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Do you like to play online games cooperatively with people you don't know? 

266 deviants said I would if people didn't act like elitist buttmunches and take games too seriously
250 deviants said Yes
67 deviants said No
25 deviants said I don't play any games online

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MrSneakyGreat Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
I usally try to be nice to people that I meet but to be I really suck at FPS games XP
TheNamesSpyke Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2015
Of course! You get to fuck with squeakers and tryhards, you'll probably never see them again.
nugetboy2 Featured By Owner May 14, 2015
IMA IMITATE AN ELITIST BUTTMUNCH: lololollololololololol get rekt xdddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd my mum likes me rekting nobs likes you1111111111111one1
matte7877 Featured By Owner May 3, 2015
I like to play with others, its just that I like to communicate and people are such dicks sometimes
Alovera-K Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2015
I typically only do if I'm already playing with friends- so the majority of the team I"m playing with are people I know. So if the one or two randoms flip out- then too bad for them.

It's mostly in Left 4 Dead 2 nowadays, and occasionally Smite. But I haven't played Smite in forever.

The volatility of online games takes away most of the fun. So it has to be a pretty fun game for it to win out over that. Mostly why I'm skipping on games I'm mildly interested in in terms of concept- like Evolve.

Team Fortress 2 is the only game I play with people I don't know- cause of the Free 2 Play style- and large large teams- it never gets too "personal" from what I've experienced. On a team of 3-5 people single out blame and such. But on a big up to 12 people per side, constantly dropping in and out- "my team sucks" is a common thing- but is very much a person taking things too seriously.
zachattack1cub Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2015  Student General Artist
I voted yes, but only if there is some way to communicate with them to tell them what you want them to do
ProffesorSqueaks Featured By Owner Edited Apr 29, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Depending on the game, my mood, and their level of competence, yes.
CindicareMint Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I love co-op, although I prefer it with friends.
Xx-Dusty-Dragon-xX Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2015   Digital Artist
The best way to get someone angry at a video game is to put in multiplayer.
xomegahackx Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2015
I do if either a) it makes sense to goof around or b) they're competent. I can't tell you how much time I've spent dead because people didn't know how to support or communicate.
mrblob111222 Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2015
Depends. I'll leave it at that.
godeater99 Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2015
No cause there are a bunch of dumbasses online who don't know what their doin.
persondude000 Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2015
They are all different. I like games like Warframe and Borderlands 2 because I get to choose whether I want others with me, and both clan and recruitment chat in Warframe help you pick and choose partners. Less so but still mostly enjoyable are Team Fortress 2 and Final Fantasy 14, where you have to team up for MVM/dungeons, guildhests and the like, but again you can still have your own group, and the random people in any given group will, for the most part, want and try to fulfill the objective.

Other types of cooperative games I think of are Realm of the Mad God, which is a big NO because it does not feel like cooperation more than everyone simply looking out for their self and appeasing their own greed, and Runescape which is a gray area because I never really did anything with anyone else. Castle Wars felt like any other PVP game though, like Call of Duty or Mario Kart.
eanbowman Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2015
Left 4 Dead 1 & 2 on PC co-op is usually all kinds of casual co-op FPS fun.
ShamelessPride Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2015
I've met some of my current online friends that way.
LastOfTheAnnunaki Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2015
No, because I have a crippling lack of self-confidence and always feel like I'm dragging the team down. Yay.
SamuraiBry Featured By Owner Edited Apr 28, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
there are a number of problems with me playing online with random people;
Being cheap (like spacing out Triple Red Shells in Mario Kart 8 for just ONE person...yes I know its not co-op but still)
Rude (like leaving someone for dead in L4D2 for NO Reason whatsoever)
Jerks (killing you before you can get to the special thing in TF2...again, not co-op but annoying)
Stupid (Not shooting the giant enemy thing that you need to kill to get to said special thing)
Speeding through the game (Warframe especially, stop dashing for the exit and wait for least kill everything so I don't get downed trying to catch up)
...the point is I usually only play with friends or family, people I trust unless absolutely necessary...or forced to by friends.
Wondersam Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2015
l4d2 is mostly bc people want to rush to the end and your a dead weight if they need to constantly get jockies hunters n smokers off of you

l4d2 n warframe are full of rushers who just want to speed run the game as fast as possible to show there life partner they got 00:10:00 on a game of dead center
SamuraiBry Featured By Owner May 2, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
reminds me of what the SGB said for Super Metroid. Seriously though, I just hate speed runners in those sort of games. I want to slay monsters and explore damn it.
Wondersam Featured By Owner May 2, 2015
ill play with people on dead center who just fall out the window and get in the elevator then start kicking people bc your too slow
gamertag64 Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2015
If by elitists you mean "boneheaded idiots you have little to no common sense whatsoever" (GTA Heists) then yes. That one.
moroki123 Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2015
I have no problem playing co-op with people. Its the more competitive games that bring out the toxic players though and I tend to avoid though because they just are not fun. Having to deal with a bunch of win crazed people who will do anything to win is just not fun.
Geinto Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2015   Digital Artist
I like playing games with elitist buttmunches. They're the most fun to troll.

Mass spycrabs in TF2 or peaceful sandvich hoovies are the absolute best way to make an elitist buttmunch froth at the mouth and shit their pants.
xSamiamrg7x Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2015
wait, do you mean co-op like campaign or co-op like 2 random teams? If you mean like matchmaking, I like some games like that, but I'm usually not that great at them honestly, so I feel like I run into lots of people who are more skilled than me. In the handful of games I AM  fairly good at, it can still be frustrating to have a few much less skilled people on the team and lose for it
foducool Featured By Owner Edited Apr 28, 2015
not even with people I know ahah

that is to say, I don't play online much
Brantonisme Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Nope, mainly because I can't communicate efficiently with people I'm not used to talking to. So I always get shaky when I'm with people I don't know.
Belt-Buster Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Well, kinda have to on FFXIV, but yes, since I am a elitist buttmunch who takes the game too seriously. :icontwitchkappaplz:
PlumpSpiderGwen Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
In general, no.  There are some occasional exceptions to the rule, but for the most part I prefer to play cooperative games with people Im familiar with.  I like to be comfortable making jokes and doing hairbrained maneuver that have zero cahnce of success but somehow still work without the other guy, unfamiliar with my daredevil ways, screaming at me for being stupid.
DarkLuigi-1 Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I got kicked in Left 4 Dead 2 once because I saved a downed teammate.
Wondersam Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2015
if they where useless your supposed to leave them
DarkLuigi-1 Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
He was doing decent, but I never understood why I'm getting kicked. :noes:
Wondersam Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2015
you mostly get kicked if your not completing the level fast enough or they keep having to get specials off of you
XoPachi Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2015
I only play four games cooperatively. Borderlands 2, Borderlands PreSequel, Titanfall and Phantasy Star Online 2. I can play BLands 2 with randoms because now that the community has dropped to only the nicest people and shy noobs (who I love to help out by just entering randomly, dropping legendaries, and leaving) it's way easier to get decent people. 
Borderlands PS? Fuck that community. I play with one friend. If he's not available, I solo. I've completed the raids alone.
Titanfall, it's not so bad. Not super important to really socialize.
And PSO2, I typically fly solo unless I'm raiding. Then I have to team up, but it's not too bad.
Fenrir-the-Fat Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2015
I was born a solo-player, and I thought online multi-player was a cool concept when I first saw it becoming a thing (circa the advent of MUDs and then later, with Diablo [the original]'s release), but as people typically do, people ruined it, since people are stupid.
So I will die a solo-player...
vladplasmes Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2015   General Artist
if its like Halo or COD, i'll often avoid the multiplayer. its redundant and boring. 
looking at multiplayer of Monster Hunter thouh, where one can fine-tune what they need and let people know...perhaps, if im desperate or i know i need back-up (damn Frenzied Zamtrios...)
pixiveo Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Whether or not I like it does not really matters since when I play with pickups it's because I don't have the choice (when starting a game without friends, for example). Sometimes it's nice, sometimes it's a pain. But overall, I prefer to play with friends and avoid pickup players. Playing with people you know allows you to play seriously when it's needed, and to let it go when it's not needed. It helps to avoid both the "it's just a game you're too serious" and "wtf your build is wrong by 2 points" people that both try to force the way they play on others, masterfully ruining the fun for everyone.
Alexofthepast Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2015
Not a chance.  League of Legends pretty much soured me on stuff like that.
datasmash Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I mostly go by myself in CS:GO but it's always better with friends :D
Goshujin-Neko Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I hate all the tryhards in TF2.
BdudeKnight Featured By Owner Edited Apr 28, 2015
i play alone until i'm forced to play together (which i usually play ffxiv)
or whenever i feel like it

and when i do play online
complete strangers (and in the case of ffxiv it's a completely different region due to mistakes)
LockwoodMakuRoc Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2015
You've seen my FFXIV hours.
The-Walking-Dude Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
well, most people playing online can provide some good laughs and help. Things like TF2, Destiny, Spiral Knights, that sorta thing.
Wondersam Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2015
tf2 has nothing but dicks
The-Walking-Dude Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Depends what you play, and where you play. Usually play on mostly OPST servers if I'm gonna play something, especially DR, but whatever.
Wondersam Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2015
I mostly get team swappers when theirs 3 to 5 spies/snipers on one team
BingFox Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yes, all the time.
annweiler Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2015
I'm the only one in my friend circle that plays the Mass Effect 3 multiplayer, and it's all Co-op. So all of the people on there are strangers to me. Some are good teammates, some are assholes, but I've made a few XBL friends through it.
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