My husband and I have been together for over 20 years, and we both play games, but honestly we rarely play together.
If you're creating such a narrow selection criteria that you're choosing your partner on the basis that you both play RPGs, is it really likely that you're going to be compatible?
Are you not more likely to compete against each other than want to co-op?
Will you begin to narrow it further, so you only date other magic user characters?
If you're into FPS games, you'll only date people who don't identify as campers.
I'm incredibly happy that I'm no longer in the dating game.
Ok, to be fair I haven't been a part of that in a VERY long time, but if I look at my friends and colleagues who are still single, I'm aware of how difficult it is to meet people once you leave university.Work relationships are generally a bad idea, which means you constantly have to put yourself out there in order to meet people.Alright, this sounds like a dating column now, and you're probably thinking, "What the hell is going on? I was recently asked to write some articles for a dating website that specialises in dating for gamers.Although I politely declined, I did check out their website first and bribed a friend of mine to sign up (it's free, I didn't make him pay anything! I'm curious as to whether or not websites such as these are successful.I'm not talking about online dating in general - I know many people who have met, dated and married as a result of that.I'm curious if gamers specifically want to date other gamers and if a site such as this holds more than a passing attraction (excuse the pun).