Case in point is a recent discussion that touched on the anger management issues that some MMO gamers exhibit. We basically agreed that -- generally speaking of course -- MMO players are a perpetually angry lot in comparison to their console, casual, and even PC brethren. We batted around a few possible reasons for this including the fact that MMOs usually require more of a time investment as opposed to the one-off experiences common to single-player games. Along the same lines, MMO communities are often personal and may even transcend the game. Both of these factors (and many others) conspire to build emotional attachments not commonly found in more disposable gaming genres.
Today it's your turn to weigh in on this debate. Do you think MMO players are angrier than their non-MMO counterparts? Why or why not?
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