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In many ways, being called a 'casual gamer' is a slur on a person's credibility when it comes to offering any type of gaming commentary. It's used almost as an epithet. In The Rant this week, Adam Janovyak wonders when being called a 'casual gamer' became an insult of the highest order. Check out Adam's thoughts and then add a few of your own in the comments.
Maybe I’m the only one who has noticed this, probably because I have taken the most heat for it. In almost every single column I have posted on this site someone has accused me of being a “casual gamer”. It bothered me for quite a while. It felt like the most personal attack that anyone could launch against me. I would read what the commenter’s had to say about my musings and immediately become filled with rage.
Read more of Adam Janovyak's The Rant: Casual Tuesday.