Last night, I was playing a Horde game on Gears of War 3 and two people, presumably past friends, got into a fierce argument that warranted muting. Normally I don't take such drastic measures, but when the two combatants are under the age of 15 and have whiny voices, it's hard to ignore. The following are the greatest fights I've found over Microsoft's online service:
Split into thirds, this series of videos exemplifies how spoiled some kids are today. After hearing the other people in the party talk about Taco Bell, this kid goes on a tiresome, rage-filled rampage about curse words, the British vernacular, verbal pronunciation, and the ability to eat milk. They say save the best for last, but this is the best by far. Respect your parents, kids.
Without any context, this video doesn't make sense. But that doesn't understate his anger, his racial slurs, and the fact that his teammates "ruined his montage". Video games are meant to be fun, not stressful, so tone it down there kids.
Being Canadian, it's hard to identify with this video because some of the British lingo I don't understand. And hearing them trying to shout over each other is rather irritating, but it's still hilarious nonetheless. The woman, who I assume is older, is arguing with a 13-year-old. Now that is what defines the Xbox Live Experience.
This video isn't a fight, but it epitomizes why games rated 17+ should only be played by people of that age. It's heartbreaking to see this poor kid lose his bearings over people leaving, but that's the nature of Call of Duty.
And now the last of the bunch. This, simply, projects the uselessness of GameBattles, and how people take it too seriously. Gotta love how the majority of the videos I found came from Call of Duty, not a surprise however.