The Japanese don't like us.

Discussion in 'GT6 Tuning' started by Rdp616, Feb 8, 2014.

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  1. Rdp616

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    Okay, that title may be over reacting, but i constantly get kicked out of Japanese rooms, sometimes i'll get into some rooms where they're really cool, and even try there best english to communicate.


    But most of the time i get the boot, for no apparent reason. I know some rooms say "JP ONLY" so i don't bother.

    I just joined a room, i go in, everyone is in Silvia's or some type of S-Chassis. So, to fit in, naturally i get in my S14. I enter the track and just start doing my thing like everyone else. I barely made it around the first turn at Tsukuba. I hear "OOOHHHHHHH WHOA WHOA WHOA GAIJIN" (Gaijin means "Outsider or Foreigner" in Japanese) And boom, i get kicked.

    Anyone else get the boot a lot for no reason?
     
  2. JK83

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    I get once boot, never played GT series after that.
    Hard times...
     
  3. UrieHusky

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    Generally, it's because of lag - not racism =/

    If one person has a rubbish connection it brings the whole room down to that level - naturally then the desire is to have everyone from the same country to reduce latency.
     
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  4. White & Nerdy

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    Some of it could be teh lagz, which could be quite severe between Japan and the US.
     
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    That could be true in some cases. But usually if you're lagging, you'll see them lagging, and that's not the case too often. Usually online is very smooth no matter what room i join. And if the max players isn't too high, it runs great.
     
  6. JK83

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    I wonder why everyone pull racism card every place on these days...
     
  7. Crumpet

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    The Japanese think all westerners are retarded.

    That and it may impair the rooms connection.
     
  8. R1600Turbo

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    Why is this in the tuning forum?
     
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  9. UrieHusky

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    It's called "Pre-emptive strike"

    I'll usually kick anyone from America etc because 9 times out of ten it /does/ create lag.

    You need to remember that Japan has fantastic internet speed, you may think you're not creating any lag but you most assuredly are.
     
  10. Ridox2JZGTE

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    We need to tune ourselves so the Japanese will like us.

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  11. demonchilde

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    I don't know about you, but I enjoy being able to communicate with the people I'm with.
    That's not racism, that's simply avoiding annoying situations.

    However, I have NEVER kicked ANYONE from one of my rooms, for any reason, especially that. I think they were rude to boot you. If they wanted a JP only room, they should have put it in the title, that's the respectable thing to do. So they were wrong and you were right, it was rude.
    It wasn't racist, it was just rude.
     
  12. Rdp616

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    I was in a room with just 2 other guys last night. Only 1 of them was on the track, and it was one of the best times i had drifting in awhile. Great tandems, but he would never let me lead..Lol.

    It was also quite funny when the other guy was watching the race and commentating with that crazy Japanese enthusiasm. It was hilarious. They would take turns entering the track and drifting with me, but they never let me lead.
     
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  13. daan

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    Who knows, but I don't think we want it anywhere.
     
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