Finding love online has become one of the hottest things on the internet lately, so why not meet your true love with social gaming? That’s the basis of CupidsPlay. It’s a site that uses social gaming, like on Facebook, to help single people break the ice and bring them closer together. More »
From Wirebot: The Bachelor fans need not wait around for a rose to determine their videogame fate — The Bachelor: The Videogame is, as you guessed it, an iPad game based on the hit reality TV show of the same name. With game characters based on actual contestants, you play a different bachelorette for each season (stage) of the game with 3 seasons in total. Alongside 3 other NPC contestants, the ultimate goal of your bachelorette is to vy for the complete attention of the bachelor to give you the winning rose. More »
Did you hear the one about how guys who play videogames can’t get a date? Or the one about how all gamers are socially-inept manchildren who can’t make contact with girls if they tried? How about the one where girls apparently don’t play videogames? All these implied messages and more are included with the all-new, all-exploitive, stereotype-reinforcing services of GameCrush - the online E-Escort services that charges $8.25 and all of your dignity, per game. More »
With the release of CrazySingleLife, we find ourselves contemplating new beginnings and the possibilities of finding our special someone. On top of that, the arrival of the Christmas season has turned all of our cold, video game loving, hearts into big, pure, fuzzy, warm, gift giving, pleasure centers of kindness and love. But the holidays aren’t so great for everyone and like the famous Grinch, there are a handful of video game characters that have hearts three sizes too small this year. Hop aboard the love train as we take a tour to five different destinations that house five different video game characters, each one of them doomed to a blue holiday, alone. More »
Dating: The infamous “D” word that has a tendency to eat away at the best of us.
Sure, sometimes love can be a little tough, but as soon as your significant other starts talking about shipping out to stop an alien invasion, or talking about rescuing the princess you can be sure of two things: You’re either dating someone delusional, or a video game character. Here a 5 tell tale signs to look for. More »
Relationships are a common theme throughout life, no matter good nor bad, and in my view you have a relationship with basically everyone in this world (even if it’s the “I don’t know who that is” kind). Relationships also share common ground when it comes to video games, and not only are there simple relationships between characters in games, but some games are totally revolved around that relationship. Not all games have already pre-existing relationships though, and often times people have to work hard to get that ideal girl/boy in the video game. Here are some pretty famous video game relationships that everyone should know about! And if you don’t, well, here’s your chance to know about ‘em! More »
I don’t care what video game haters and protesters say - video games are educational. They can teach you better hand-eye coordination, decision making, leadership skills, and, perhaps most importantly of all - dating secrets.
Why else would Harvest Moon be around for so long? Do you really think that it’s the exciting premise of waking up every morning to do chores, raise and water crops, and pull weeds from your farm? Of course not! It’s the dating and courting aspect that makes the game so appealing. Every Harvest Moon game is about two things: farming, and getting married. But you don’t just pick a girl you like and marry her. You have to win her heart, increase her affection towards you, and only then can you try to push your relationship beyond “just friends” to “just married.”
I think some men need to play Harvest Moon, to learn a thing or two. Here are 7 lessons that Harvest Moon teaches you about dating and winning a woman over (and please note that while these are addressed at men, and are about women, most of them can be applied to either sex). More »