means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. Whether it's getting some help for a game your having trouble with, dealing with poorly-written twelve-year-olds complaints on the latest FPS for the Xbox 360, or just looking for a user-written review. Personally, I was turned off to the website when they had a merger and Jeff "CJayC" Veasey left a few years later -- probably enabled due to the $2.2 million that was split into CNET's purchase of it and two other unrelated websites.
It's still a good site with user-generated content, and nothing pro-gaming can be truly evil, but it's always felt a little less comfy with corporate hands in on it. However, I digress:
The GameFAQs Poll of the Day (PotD) is one of the website's landing page's main features. Generally, it has some video game or internet-related question for the users to participate in. Today's question was related to both video games and the internet, but went into some rather uncomfortable territory: Gender Impersonation.
I'm not sure if California gamers are just more gender-bent or if they're just a bit more honest with themselves, but it's a little unnerving to think that we're a whole percent higher on the west coast.
I don't think I need to state what the moral of this story is.
LOOK WHO CAME: