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Thu May 09 19 05:20pm
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Yeah, the less they look like traditional video games--the ones most core gamers care about imo--the more women are joining in it seems to me.

So I guess it comes down to what you consider a video game and how dear you hold that notion--I don't consider a game where you click a few buttons over and over to increase gambling-based stats and mechanics in an endless compulsion loop a video "game"--but I guess everyone sees things differently.

It would be like if we changed some defined thing to such a degree that it almost might as well be some other thing just so it gets other people involved who wouldn't normally give a crap--like say stamp collecting becomes Pokemon and we see them as basically "the same".

So, yeah, I guess guess it looks like more women are getting into "video games".


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