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mdcomp

Classic Administrator
Joined
Nov 23, 2001
http://www.gamevoice.com/gamevoice.asp

Go to the above site and download the this program called Game Voice Share, then we can all talk while playing. That would be really cool. Jus tested it out with my brother and it worked great. It is an MSN plug-in. My msn name is:

[email protected]

Post your msn s/n, so we can talk while playing ut. This will be so cool.
:D
 

Mr.DLucey

Member
Joined
Jul 8, 2002
What does it do to your lag. Battle Net has this feature too but no one I know uses it do to the increased lag.
 

Captain Slug

Helpful Senior Member
Joined
May 23, 2001
Location
Asteroid B-612
I hate talking in matches because the channels can get clogged with people laughing or swearing. Speech binds work alot better for routine stuff.
 

RagingGecko

Registered
Joined
Aug 18, 2002
Gamevoice is okay, but my clan and I prefer battlecom. M$ bought it out because it was better than gamevoice and was free, therefor stealing potential buyers. Little lag and you can set the compression depending on the connections of those who will be using it, anywhere from a robotic speach quality that uses almost no bandwidth to voice quality (that one is kinda for LAN use only ;) ). You can still get it @

http://www.battlecom.org
 

RagingGecko

Registered
Joined
Aug 18, 2002
GV isnt' really an MSN plugin. It just uses the MSN .NET network. You sign up for .NET for the username, but you don't actually have to have anything except GV on your system. Like I said b4 though, I prefer bcom.