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“When a Dragon, an Elf, and a Human walk into a bar, the Human is always going to be the punch line.”

Bryan Fields

“Who needs sports stardom when you can shoot fireballs from your fingertips?”

Ethan Gilsdorf

“I've been a gamer all my life.”

Tiger Woods

“I'm a huge gamer. I'm very excited, and the idea of the Rift was as a headset that was designed around the specific uses of VR gaming. But I'm excited about a lot of stuff that's outside of it, because I was a VR enthusiast. I want VR to be the thing that we all live in, that we all use for everything, not just games.”

Palmer Luckey

“Needless to say, nobody is born an avid gamer.”

Satoru Iwata

“For most people, an hour a day playing our favorite games will power up our ability to engage whole-heartedly with difficult challenges, strengthen our relationships with the people we care about most - while still letting us notice when it's time to stop playing in virtual worlds and bring our gamer strengths back to real life.”

Jane McGonigal

“I'm not the best gamer - I think you need to be strategic and level-headed, and you need to remain calm under pressure... and I don't really have those qualities!”

Jaime Murray

“When it kind of went to 'Street Fighter', where you had to push 13 buttons with all 13 of your fingers and ripped the spine out of somebody, you know, violent games lost the women. Complexity lost the casual gamer.”

Nolan Bushnell

“For me, personally, I think the serious gamers - the guys who know the levels - play Xbox, and people who are just good at the game play PS3. I play PS3 because I'm not a serious, serious gamer like that. But when I play the Xbox, the standard is so much higher.”

Daniel Sturridge

“I'm a hardcore gamer and would never let you down by designing a crappy title.”

John Romero

“In her experience, there were only two kinds of guys: the ones into sports and the ones into video gaming. It seemed guys had to be obsessed with something, whether it was watching a game or playing in it or keeping some weird collection related to it.”

Victoria Kahler

“After that, we had a short conversation about how your body can sometimes seem totally separate. She said her body can feel like a distant bureaucracy controlled by telegrams from her brain, and I said my body is sometimes like that of Mario Mario, being controlled with a Nintendo joypad. Mario's surname is Mario.”

Joe Dunthorne

“One of the most difficult tasks men can perform, however much others may despise it, is the invention of good games.”

Carl Jung

“If I was feeling depressed or frustrated about my lot in life, all I had to do was tap the Player One button, and my worries would instantly slip away as my mind focused itself on the relentless pixelated onslaught on the screen in front of me. There, inside the game's two-dimensional universe, life was simple: It's just you against the machine. Move with your left hand, shoot with your right, and try to stay alive as long as possible.”

Ernest Cline

“Games give you a chance to excel, and if you're playing in good company you don't even mind if you lose because you had the enjoyment of the company during the course of the game.”

Gary Gygax

“Yeah, actually, gamers in the house forever.”

Thomas Pynchon

“Life! What Inscrutable Card Shall Ye Throw Next Upon the Soft Felt of Our Days?”

Colson Whitehead

“In life they're not going to serve you lemons, they're going to serve you lemonade; and I don't really like lemonade because I've got a really bad acid reflux.”

Felicia Day

“Alright, go away. I have a tiny world to save.”

Bryan Lee O'Malley

“If I was feeling depressed or frustrated about my lot in life, all I had to do was tap the Player One button, and my worries would instantly slip away as my mind focused itself on the relentless pixelated onslaught on the screen in front of me.”

Ernest Cline

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