These Gamers Are Not Little Girls

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Aikatsu! is a popular collectible card arcade game in Japan. The cabinet is smaller, because it's aimed at children—little girls. And yet, there are a handful of grown men who play it.

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They are not little girls! Not the target audience! And some are hogging the game, preventing children from playing. So mean.

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Aikatsu! centers around collecting clothes to help idol pop stars pass auditions. Via Matome, here are some more "big friends" enjoying the game:

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Look, if you are an adult—an "Aikatsu Ojisan" ("Aikatsu Old Dude")—and adore the game and are a paying player, that's your prerogative. But c'mon, making kids wait? Or even making other big friends wait, too?

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There's one way to solve this problem, you know: A console version. Oh wait, there already have been two 3DS games. WE'RE DOOMED.

大きなお友達が子供用ゲームを占領!?アイカツをプレイする"アイカツおじさん"がヤバすぎる件 [まとめ]

アイカツおじさん頑張ってる [yyyh1209]

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MartinDrkos
Martin Drkos

Grown ass people on a gaming blog complaining about grown ass people playing games.