Different passions for different people, if there are no conflicts of interest then it's fine. The more you have in common the better the relationship will be, if it's the complete opposite of each other in terms of what one person likes and wants compared to the other, as in they dislike completely or mostly don't like nor want what you want and is on some completely different spectrum, then it's not going to end well because the both of you are not on the same page.
Why should this be a deal breaker? I do play too but if you can't imagine your relationship without the gaming together is your relationship not unstable then? Like would you dump him because he quits gaming? Would he do that to you too? Are you not supposed to be a bit more dedicated to each other?
It'd be fun to play some super smash bros with her, me using Ness of course, but it's not a deal breaker for me if she doesn't like them because they aren't that important to me to cause me to break up with someone I love. The only deal breaker would be if she's like obsessed with them though.
I don't mind. I play video games and I'm studying to get into the industry in the future, but I don't care if she plays or not, though I'd rather she don't play too much, since I wanna do other things than just play video games.
not a deal breaker by any means it would just be another thing we have in common kinda like enjoying the same fast food restaurant or foods. I myself game a lot so it might not be the most healthy thing but it'd be fun.
I'd love it. I'm quite the gamer myself, so a shared hobby would be awesome.
I'm a gamer myself and quite addicted like when i play the game, I forget everything else. So, would be fair if my significant other could also enjoy gaming. But, if they not, as long as it's no problem with the relationship, I think it's alright.
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