Re: A Game for Women - elements & ideas
Doesn't it depend on the woman? Not all male gamers are the same; some prefer RPGs, some prefer shoot 'em ups, other prefer platformers. Why should it be different for women? I'll use my wife as an example: she'll play puzzle games online, but she'll also play one of my Final Fantasy games (She particularly likes Final Fantasy X-2, and we laugh at the fan service), and will even play Ratchet & Clank, though extended play makes her queasy. Based on that, I'd say that some women appreciate either a puzzle or a story to engage her brain and not just her trigger finger.
Originally Posted by kassetra
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