I’m a console gamer primarily, but I wouldn’t dream of gatekeeping either community. As you said, most AAA games are cross-platform, so there’s plenty to chat about. I fell in love with the man who died for me shirt. I might tease my more PC-inclined friends (and, hell, my PS-inclined friends), but it’s all good-natured, and I get teased right back. I don’t really hide that I’m a girl, but I also use a gender-neutral name. It sucks that so many other women feel like they have to hide. Sad, but completely understandable. Then douchebags say, “ha, girls don’t game!. Yeah, hearing that makes me want to roll my eyes so hard. Most of my friends who are girls game. They just tend to use gender-neutral names (as do I, usually). I’m glad to hear you’ve found a good bunch to tease! That’s what I had been hoping for with A and B but, eh, you win some you lose some I guess.
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There’s actually a lot of great ds games with levels of coordination beyond what I have, as a long time game player. I fell in love with the man who died for me shirt. I don’t know what stereotypes you have about DSs or the games, but as a member of the 3DS community I’d love to welcome you and discuss further Oh sure, I definitely believe that. But handling a D-pad and handling controller sticks are two different beasts, I’d say. I’m not saying DS games don’t take skill or anything stupid like that. But a number of the games available provide a lot simpler controls then what you might see on console. I’d say that’s a good representation. A lot of the strongest games the DS family has to offer is platformers or turn-based games. The controls fit very well for those, but they aren’t quite cut out for more complex control schemes like FPS, so I’d definitely agree that they’re just different things.
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The same thing happens to me. I fell in love with the man who died for me shirt. Kovitlac is pretty gender-fluid, but so is the name I use more commonly in gaming areas and on YT (RudeOnion). Which I do fairly often (both speak in a lobby and correct people on my gender). Most people actually seem pretty nice when they’re corrected, which I know isn’t the experience of many women. I feel pretty lucky, there. I usually get an, “Oh, oops! My bad. When I said I’d read all the ASOIAF books, I had a guy ask me in a chatroom for a game of thrones mobile game, “How many eyes Lord Bloodraven have?” That’s not from the ASOIAF books, it’s from the Dunk and Egg novellas but I’d read those as well so I said, “A thousand eyes and one.” And he was like, “No, it’s actually, ‘A thousand eyes, and one.” I FORGOT A FUCKING COMMA. He then proceeded to explain to me what the quote meant and why the comma was necessary.
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Like, dude, I have reading comprehension above the level of a 4th grader. I fell in love with the man who died for me shirt. What did that guy hope to achieve, I wonder? Did he think that he would neg you into the bedroom? I doubt that he was thinking beyond that moment, honestly. Yeah, I’m guessing this as well. I tried not to hold it against him but he just came off as incredibly self-absorbed. How do you talk to someone about video games for hours and then convince yourself they don’t know anything about video games? It’s sheer lunacy!. But aren’t really coordinated enough to play most games that aren’t DS or Facebook. They put up with me talking about them 24/7, and get into the stories and narrative, so I love that. I hear ya. or me.