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I guess I am a traditionalist achiever....
I only play RPGs..I don't play other games...and yes I am a retro type person.I started off with the Atari 2600, went to the Nintendo and Super-Nintendo...then the playstation and so on...
and yes I am ancient..old...not bragging...just old....
I'm a storyliner and adventurer but really, I rarely even finish most of the games I buy, but I feel content just having them. Of course, that same reason is why I haven't bought a game in a while. I'm just planning on focusing on the games that I have that I haven't beaten yet, and will play them to keep me occupied.
Adventurer and Storyliner. I'll try out almost every game. Whether or not I'll buy it is another story. Some games out there just suck. But, others are suprisingly good. Don't let first impressions fool you! I didn't even consider Borderlands until I played it cus I though it looked stupid, but it really is a great game! Not too much of a story, but there's funny characters and good acting. I LOVE VIDEO GAMES! I'm not a Hard Core gamer yet, but I certainly strive to be. GO NERDS!
"Asanti sana, squashed banana." - Rafiki (The Lion King)
Generic Gamer in that I grew up with videogames and that they are a part of my life.
Hard Core in that I always get everything and optimize my main character.
Adventurer in that I enjoy advancing to new things and new abilities.
Story-liner in that I have to get every ending and see every interaction between characters. I will throw a fight if it has a more interesting story result (and then play through and win the fight to see it the other way).
Romance Gamer in that I think a love plot can make a story more interesting and human.
Action Gamer in that I dig action games as much as RPGs.
And lastly, Achiever in that I sure like collecting all those little useless points.
I'm a story-liner, though I care more about character rather than story. I like romance, but only if it's not cheesy a la FFVIII I hate trophies, sidequests and everything that distracts me from the plot, and I don't usually grind.
I'm pretty much a mixture of the Storyliner, Adventurer, Romance and Merchant gamers.
Storyliner and Adventurer obviously relate to most games in general, and RPG's in the highest regard, while Merchant refers to MMO's and such, though I do like to trick out my characters in the best gear possible in any game, and will do almost anything to get whatever looks fierce, sexy or overpowered for my current stage in the game, as long as I can use it, and use it soon.
Romance is just because I'm a sucker for dating sims.