Today I was talking to my boyfriend about video games. Growing up, I was quite a little gamer. I wasn't all for first game shooter games, or even fighting games. But I could spend days playing second life games. I loved SIMS and Animal Crossing games. I could dive into games where I created my own "new" life, a second life of sorts. I could be a farmer, make new friends, earn money, and even redecorate my house and plant flowers out front. Single player video games are one thing though. When you connect yourself to the internet and a world of other new people, things change.
Could WOW even become the new future of online dating? You already share a common interest. Reporter Stephanie Rosenbloom explains how various couples met, got to
know each other and fell in love in the digital land of Azeroth. She
points out that while a game like "WOW" boasts more than 12 million
players, a dating site like Match.com has less than 2 million
subscribers. These games encourage your to form allies with other players and communicate with them for strategy. If you didn't go on WOW to meet someone, by the end you will have met a friend or even a future lover.