GEMS OF WAR

 
 
 
Gems of War
GEMS OF WAR

Lilou & John review the video game Gems of War | They talk about some of the general differences between men and women.

John: We discovered Gems of War last year. I love the mix of three-in-a-row and card collector game with endless possibilities to waste an entire weekend. What is it that you love?

Lilou: This game gives me lots of opportunities to hunt for and collect things, and the battles are like chess but not as intense.

John: This week we got a new card, “Megavore”, a sea creature with an 8% chance to completely wipe out an enemy troop every time we match four or five gems. Do you think people who love Candy Crush would love this game?

Lilou: No, not really. This is more of a strategy game, not a fun spare time kind of game, I think. What do you think? There’s nothing cute about this game, except for the pets.

John: I’m not sure, perhaps you’re right, I thought more women would perhaps like Gems of War.

Lilou: No, I don’t think so. Women rarely want to fight each other.

John: They do it constantly anyway.

Lilou: Only behind their backs, not full confrontation where they can actually lose.

John: You think men are more competitive in the open?

Lilou: I think it depends on the circumstances and the fields of expertise.

John: You mean understanding the characteristics of a couple of hundred troops in a card game is not typical female expertise?

Lilou: No, I don’t think so.

John: But what is there NOT to love about Emperor Khorvash that drains mana from the first two troops and deals 19 points of true damage?

Lilou: I actually don’t know. I adore him.

 

Lilou & John review the video game Gems of War | They talk about some of the general differences between men and women.

John: We discovered Gems of War last year. I love the mix of three-in-a-row and card collector game with endless possibilities to waste an entire weekend. What is it that you love?

Lilou: This game gives me lots of opportunities to hunt for and collect things, and the battles are like chess but not as intense.

John: This week we got a new card, “Megavore”, a sea creature with an 8% chance to completely wipe out an enemy troop every time we match four or five gems. Do you think people who love Candy Crush would love this game?

Lilou: No, not really. This is more of a strategy game, not a fun spare time kind of game, I think. What do you think? There’s nothing cute about this game, except for the pets.

John: I’m not sure, perhaps you’re right, I thought more women would perhaps like Gems of War.

Lilou: No, I don’t think so. Women rarely want to fight each other.

John: They do it constantly anyway.

Lilou: Only behind their backs, not full confrontation where they can actually lose.

John: You think men are more competitive in the open?

Lilou: I think it depends on the circumstances and the fields of expertise.

John: You mean understanding the characteristics of a couple of hundred troops in a card game is not typical female expertise?

Lilou: No, I don’t think so.

John: But what is there NOT to love about Emperor Khorvash that drains mana from the first two troops and deals 19 points of true damage?

Lilou: I actually don’t know. I adore him.