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Fox3inbound

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:whistling: Can someone give me the reader's digest version about teamspeak.. Is it worth using for Online games that don't offer in-game chat (specifically Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter), or is there another program or method that might work better? Thank you much...
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TeamSpeak really comes in handy for this. If the game doesn't have VoIP, and you need to speak with the team, do it. The only problem I see is that you need to have a server for it, which will probably cost money. What I do, personally, is I use Skype to talk to my friends while I play BF2. It doesn't require a dedicated server, and I think it's more clear really. If your team already has a server, I don't see why not to use it.
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Well, it's usually only two of us playing coop mode, so do you think Skype would work better?


Oh, and since you mentioned dedicated server, what is a dedicated server? I've always been curious as to what this is...

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Well, usually you have your own web server, or part of it, specially for teamSpeak, becuase TeamSpeak of course takes it's toll on the servers, so if you can keep TeamSpeak away from the website server, it will run more smoothly. If there's only two of you, then use Skype. No sense in going through the teamSpeak troubles. :whistling:
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Thanks for the info I hope it works out... I downloaded skype, my name is "Cobra.Kai" if you want to add me, in case we ever play the same games...



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Let us know how Skype works for you :whistling:
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