Connor Beaton of zconnect.org.uk brings Valentines Day to the gamers with a top ten (well eleven really) list of games to play with your special someone on the day of romance. Who said you can't be romantic and have your daily play of video games?

Isn't playing video games the language of love? What's that you say? Is isn't? Well, it should be, because we can hardly think of a better way to spend Valentine's Day - that's this Saturday, for the uninformed - than by playing video games. Of course, being a social event that you should be enjoying with your spouse or boy/girlfriend, you'll have to make sure that the game you're playing is interesting for the other party, whether they be taking part or not. Here's our list of the top ten games to enjoy with your significant other, whatever day it might be!
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    Origin Feb 12, 09
    I definitely feel that the wii games would be great for this, even if video games aren't the best way to win your girl's heart.
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    Aussie Legend Feb 12, 09
    I can't believe Gears didn't make this list >_>
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      carous Elambra Feb 12, 09
      dude some girls find gears of war and good old halo quite romantic actually. serious. im not even a bloody liar
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    carous Elambra Feb 12, 09
    thats lame man, instead of all those games you could actually be DOING those things. Except for little big planet, I have no idea how that translates into the real world. acid trip maybe.
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    FinalFantasyFanaticc Feb 12, 09
    Wow, that Guitar Hero World Tour pic must be the Wii version, caus those are some shoddy graphics

    O and if you even suggested Wii music to your partner, your valentines day would be pretty much over.
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    streetcarp81 Feb 12, 09
    if your going to play video games on valentines day with your girlfriend, boyfriend then that is sad. i do play some of those games with my girlfriend once a week but if i suggest that we play a game on the 14th then i will most likely sleep alone that night.
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      FinalFantasyFanaticc Feb 12, 09
      How can you say that playing a game with your partner on valentines is sad? Alot of couples nowadays enjoy playing games together and think of it as a great thing to spend some time together, just because your partner is someone who doesn't enjoy gaming much doesn't mean people who do are sad.

      Grow up ; ;
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        carous Elambra Feb 12, 09
        dude, i understood what he said. Gaming is an everyday thing. If you're gonna make it a point of celebrating valentine's day, then do something special. Otherwise don't bother with it.
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          kik36 Feb 12, 09
          Tell that to my wife. Ever since I got Bejweled 2 on my PS3 I've had to practically beat her ass off of it to get some of my own game time in. I'm sure it will be the same on V-day LMAO
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    Hawkeye Feb 12, 09
    I'd rather play "hide the sausage" with my GF on V-Day.

    And man, I think that's the third time I've referenced that on gamegrep. I think I'm due an award.
    • 0
      pooOBKp Feb 12, 09
      You get a thumbs up, good enough or do you need something else?
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        Hawkeye Feb 12, 09
        Some kind of ribbon ceremony would be nice.
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    pooOBKp Feb 12, 09
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      kik36 Feb 12, 09
      LMFAO awesome!

      stupid 25 character rule
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    Taker4ever Feb 12, 09
    I can see how LBP would work on V-Day:

    "Darling, what is that strange rocket shaped object you're creating?"

    "If you're curious I can show you one in real-life as well"
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    redneonfish Feb 12, 09
    How about this game? A nice meal in a nice restaurant, or a home cooked meal for the person in your life, perhaps some flowers and music.
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      Big A2 Feb 12, 09
      I don't know why anyone would want to play The Sims on V-day.
      • 0
        Dark Arcanine Feb 15, 09
        So they can have a Sim valentine because they can't get a real one.
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    Blaze Feb 13, 09
    Er...wii sports? NO FREAKIN WAY
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      Dark Arcanine Feb 15, 09
      Why not? It's casual and fun, no different to going and playing tennis together. It's a good substitute if it's a rainy day.
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    Twin_Master Feb 14, 09
    Wouldn't it be best to plays games co-op rather than against?
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      Dark Arcanine Feb 15, 09
      Depends on if it's soft or rough love.
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    Omegaplib Feb 14, 09
    they forgot resident evil and GTA
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      Dark Arcanine Feb 15, 09
      I wouldn't laugh if you're joking or not, to be honest. A game about zombies is not going to fly with a girl, and if it does it won't when it should be something less... scary and violent. Same with GTA, too violent for the average girl to want to play on Valentines Day, would wreck the mood.
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        carous Elambra Feb 15, 09
        its a modern world man, some girls would love the adrenaline of those games getting in the mood for the main event

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