on 19-06-2011 02:46 AM
The answer is theres nothing they can do, but there is something you can do, thats mute / block other players or even better just turn the other cheek and ignore it
Most of the time the racist players are the 30 year old unemployed no hopers so just ignore it,
and i think it would possibly be very expsensive for sony to constantly monitor and catch every racist there is and instead id rather they use this money on improving the system, if it really does offend you so much id say stop playing online games, but you should be the bigger person and be able to ignore it without the help of sony,
its not nice but the world is full of hate, the answer? deal with it
on 19-06-2011 06:49 AM
on 22-06-2011 09:48 PM
if your an adult stop crying about video games
mute the people
leave the game
sticks and stones
only sissies call # to complain about ONLINE interactions
on 22-06-2011 10:59 PM
Racism on the PSN is like racism in football, Unless all of us, thats developers publishers service providers (PSN) and the end users (US) all act together then it will never go.
The reason racism does not occur openly in the streets is because we as a society do not accept it, more so that than because of the judiciary. Whilst we should always nudge the industry to take a hard line on racism, we too have to take a hard line. We have to vote out racists, report them and marginalise them.
Until that occurs, until the gaming community acts, then Sony wont be capable of doing much more than banning when they see it.
23-06-2011 04:06 AM - edited 23-06-2011 04:09 AM
I know your service is free but it's also a family service and you have a ton of kids on the network
Kids shouldn't be on Call of Duty and they should be supervised when playing games online.
Plus, if you say you're an adult, deal with it. Mute them. I see the same people give me abuse all the time, I'm not crying about it.
on 23-06-2011 07:22 AM
if you dont like wha ppl are saying while playing online, you can just unplug your ps3 from the internet, play offline or get games where you can ONLY invite your friends on. No one is forcing you to play online.
The PS3 DOES have an OFF button.
I personally dont like playing online, i hate it, all those 7 year olds screaming in your ear. I played Resistance online for 30mins when i got it, it was the 1st & last time. Now i play games that i can invite my friends over on if they have the same game.
on 23-06-2011 08:08 AM
11-11-2011 11:16 PM - edited 11-11-2011 11:18 PM
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