| Mail |
You might also like: WoW Insider, Joystiq, and more

Reader Comments (3)

Posted: Jan 17th 2008 5:03PM (Unverified) said

  • 2 hearts
  • Report
Theres loads of em. just most people dont like to be put on show for others to read about. Me and my wife met in a video game, and we met online friend in RL who are now together with other ones they've met online. So its a big geek hang out double date =D

Posted: Jan 21st 2008 9:31AM (Unverified) said

  • 2 hearts
  • Report
Usually it is the male of the couple who brings the female into the game; in my case it was the other way around. He and i are able to spend a lot more time together and, through the stressful situations the quests or instances sometimes bring around, have really been able to deepen our relationship.

Posted: Jan 21st 2008 10:31AM (Unverified) said

  • 2 hearts
  • Report
I know of numerous couples who have either met through games such as World of Warcraft, who spend a significant amount of time in the game together, or who use the game as a means to stay in contact when apart. In particular, I know of a happily married couple in which the husband is overseas in the military and his wife is in the States; they have weekly WoW dates arranged so that they can spend time together and have fun without worrying about all of the other things going on. In this case, their avatars are a somewhat-adequate substitution to themselves.

Featured Stories

Engadget

Engadget

Joystiq

Joystiq

WoW Insider

WoW

TUAW

TUAW