Nival's E3 booth will have a bouncy castle filled with booth babes. Funny, but what will it do to the industry's drive to improve credibility?
Asains are hot:D. Either way can't wait till tomorrow bring on all the games.
Brazilian girls are the hottest.
People mock everyone. It doesn't just occur with gaming. It can range from certain sports, music, hobbies, etc. Alot of the time when something doesn't interest a person or they don't like it they make fun of it. Happens everywhere, not every single thing is widely accepted by every single person. Fact of life, this just happens to be our main interest so we notice the mocking more. I don't care if non-gamers like it or not, I still enjoy gaming and thats all that matters.
who cares? i enjoy e3 and im not going to stop because someone (who ironically is dressing like their favorite movie star) makes fun of gamers dressing like their favorite game character
Who care? F*ck'em. I don't get that whole dressing up thing either but to each their own. As long as it doesn't negatively impact my life than I couldn't care less.
Non-gamers who mock gamers should go suck a railroad spike. And asian chicks... yes.
Yes, but who actually cares? Should we stop doing what we love just because we become jokes for other people amusement.
most of the people clicked just because of the picture holyshit this will hit 1000 heats by tomorrow
Can your every day Joe even attend E3 anymore? I remember a couple years back there was a big stir about them buckling down on who they let in. More on topic though, I don't care what others think of me I've sat down and watched E3 every year for a while now and I'll continue to do so until it becomes completely for the shareholders.
Nope. Those "cool people"who used to think video games were for geeks like video games now and stay up to date on it too. My friends used to be some of them :)
Do non-gamers even know about E3? (Except from the people who live near it, obviously) I don't care. The only things I care about are the announcement. For the people who go: Feel free to express your love of gaming, but at the same time... Don't be seen in public when doing so. I understand that what I just said makes no sense, but it's true. You'd be embarrassed as hell if someone you know saw you dressed up like that. I don't think it's right but gamers aren't really excepted by the rest of the world the way they should be. People think: "Ugh... weirdos." When they should think: "They have chosen to have fun in front of a screen, fair enough. I won't judge." However people aren't perfect or all-knowing so they can never understand.
You've never seen an anime convention I take it? People dress up and shid to have fun. Only you would care what other people think. So insecure. Jeez.
I really wouldn't find that fun at all, so your point is irrelevant. My point was that for people who do go to conventions, I can understand why they'd seem weird to the outside world. And also, about people's perception of gamers, as a whole. That they're all nerds. That they are unhealthy. That they are living their life in a strange way. But the reality is that everyone is a little weird or strange in their own way. You can't just accept everything at face value. If you did that, you'd be a fool. I have aspects that make me seem nerdy (Like gaming) But people who only see that aren't getting the full picture. I'm also really into playing my guitar. But if people only saw that, they'd still not be getting the full picture. So I'm not going to classify myself by aligning a particular group because people brand you with all the negative things associated with said social group. I'm me. That's it. I have nothing to hide but I sure make judgements like everybody else on people who put it all out in the open. Maybe it's wrong, and I try not to but it's human nature to brand people using the limited knowledge that they have. Maybe I've gone a little bit too deep there but you can see what I'm saying. We are gamers. But not just gamers. We don't have to show the world everything that we are, because people only see what you show them and what they want to see. (Quote from dexter). So why not hide your less favourable attributes in public? You have nothing to lose. It's something to think about, anyway if you're tired of people judging you.
*slow clap* For your second comment. BAM! (no sarcasm)
Only insecure people actually give a shit
I enjoy it so that all that matters!!
Sure, if they are haters, they are haters. I'm also a film geek. I've never heard of anyone mocking a film geek, so what's the difference? (i'm not seriously asking what the difference between films and games is lol)
Who cares what people who don't play games think about people who do play games and their gaming events. I don't play tennis, so I can't criticize people who do play tennis, or tennis events, without looking like an ignorant douchebag. Only an extremely insecure person would care what I think about something I don't really know anything about.
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