Jerks get mad if you like the same one they like? What?
I think she's referring to those with the "No True Fan..." mentality
Really? I can't think of a single scenario in which someone would be displeased if someone liked the same game they liked.
That's probably because you haven't been on the Internet long enough. The so called (self-called) "true fans" WILL get really really really mad at you if you even suggest you are a fan of his favorite videogame and they consider you don't comply with the profile; for instance, let's say you're a woman and you dare to say you're a fan of The Elder Scrolls saga... what the heck, if you're a woman, lots of crazy jerks (sorry, "true gamers") will say you're not a gamer.
Or if you're not the type of gamer that utilizes every single possible aspect of the game. "Oh, you don't do PVP/battlegrounds/heroics/raids/breed for moves or shinies/IV train/battle competitively/play only in hard or god mode with your hand behind your back hopping on one leg/etc.? Then you're not a real gamer you fake noob!"
"Video games are like prom dresses."They're lying on the ground and covered with vomit by the end of the night?
Hello there,Life is loaded with stressful events and one of the best things a person can do to defeat stress is to escape to another world for few hours.Yet in what capacity can that be carried out?Thankfully video games are sufficiently emptying to permit individuals to live in a virtual world for at some point while disregarding all what's going ahead in the real world.This is likewise one of the main reasons why individuals like action and fantasy movies.Best wishes.~Hazel Arnold.