I know that some of you have hundreds of hours logged in Ghosts and still wondering in frustration, how some of these guys online can always finish positive, like SUPER positive? And you may suddenly think that they MUST be using an UAV hack, aimbot or the dreaded wall hack! And all this talk about Learn to Adapt and Map Awareness are all bogus. as surely logging playing this game the equivalent of a calender month doing the same crap will make you a sick player, right?
Anyway, we all dealt with this type of player. The guy in the lobby that doesn't really stand out in game, but will call out anyone above them as a cheater of the worst kind. The guy that claims to know how to play the game but only is average in the long run. This is also the player that claims to be the hack police and will not hesitate to spam the report function. This is the player who complains it's unfair to go against a party of very good players and matchmaking is flawed.
IMO, the angry average gamer is what is wrong with the community after much thought. They waste the developer's time with false reports and are the type to nerf this, buff that. They are the ones who have no idea how to learn to adapt and when you explain simple strategies to improve their game, a reaction would go something like, "well, if they brought back UAV I wouldn't need to rant" or "guns kill too fast" or "maps are too big, I want Nuketown."
Angry average gamers will congregate with other angry average gamers to create a party of angry average gamers. And when they go against some decent folk, often these angry average gamers would leave the game early or stay afterwards to accuse the other team of some shady tactic (camping, rushing, hacking, killing them, spamming air support, not playing to have fun etc.) then proceed to find another lobby where this cycle repeats.
The angry average gamer will never play with players better than them as they would rather call them a cheat than a simple "Nicely played" as often their actions don't end up resulting in a party invite or friend request. This only happens with the courteous gamer and often those types of players are what the angry average gamer despises as the angry average gamer will never acknowledge other people's skill for what they are.
Lastly, the angry average gamer claims they are concerned members of the community, when in reality they want others to cater to them. Whether its developers caving in to their demands or belittling how other people play as it's not fair for the angry average gamer to be playing against opponents with the skill above those of a recruit level bot.
In my opinion, this is how I feel about the angry average gamer, I'm done ranting. What about you guys?