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    FSPE - Racer
    5 Twitch-Fluid, 7 Simple-Complex, 7 Planning-Acting and 6 Entertainment-Difficulty!

    You probably feel right at home with older games because they inherently have less to work with. Newer games either frustrate you with too many buttons and options, or they just annoy you because there are simpler ways to climb a ladder than jumping on, holding L, and then pushing forward.
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    FCPE - Role Playing Gamer

    2 Twitch-Fluid, 5 Simple-Complex, 9 Planning-Acting and 10 Entertainment-Difficulty!

    Accurate, since I actually do play RPG's.

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    Read Stephano's first post again. According to him,
    Fluid = Introversion
    Complex = Intuitition
    Acting = Percieving
    Difficulty = Thinking

    But I got Planning and Entertainment despite being neither Feeling nor planning. Also, I behave like an extrovert despite being an introvert so Twitch kinda fits to me too.

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    I got FCPE, the type for RPG's, but I think I am much better suited to the TCPE, the Action RPG'ers. I hate linearity in video games, and JRPG's are usually no exception to this... I need something with more freedom and action, like The Elder Scrolls or Fallout!

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    TCPE - Action RPGer

    Action RPG's have gained popularity over the years. They combine quick action-based gameplay with classic RPG strategy and storytelling. TCPE's prefer a larger palette of options provided by complex button combos or large menus. The Action Role-Player likes to use their mind as a weapon and then turn that brainpower into brute force. Preparing for battle is almost as important as the battle itself for a TCPE, but they still feel the need to convey the action through their twitchy fingers. They also expect their games to entertain them. TCPE's will usually overlook a game's fairly easy difficulty if it satisfies their hunger for strategy and a good story.

    Games TCPE's like: Kingdom Hearts, The Elder Scrolls, Chrono Trigger, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night


    TWITCH
    You have a strong twitch reflex, which means that your muscles tend to move in very quick jerky movements. This makes you especially adept to action games, since they rely on that very same jerky motion and quick button pressing. You probably beat the pants off of others in minigames using the "tap A to run" mechanism, and you hold your own even in fighting games that you've never played because you can execute the moves very quickly. Unfortunately, you also have trouble with games that require precision movements like shooting games. Your thumbs are just too fast and that little analog stick is so sensitive! And games that require precise timings like the Mario Bros 3 extra life slider give you trouble as well.

    COMPLEX
    The more the better is your motto. You want your games to be a nuanced and varied as you are. You don't mind shuffling through an extra menu or two or learning a couple more combos. If it will add depth to the game and give you more freedom, bring it on! You've probably debated on more than one occasion why can't Pokemon have more than four moves at a time. Or you've committed yourself to learning Zangeif's entire moveset, just to be that much better for the next match. You enjoy managing money, stats and equipment, making your team or army or city bigger, better, and badder. And you're always looking for a new way to complete a task. You also tend to lose interest or generally have trouble with simpler games, as you become frustrated or confused by the lack of things in your control.

    PLANNING
    When it comes to the actual act of playing, you're a no-frills flawless machine. It's a good thing that video game characters don't actually carry all the stuff in your inventory, because they'd probably suffocate underneath it all! You've got your armies all highly trained and equipped with rocket launchers and jeeps with gatling guns. You didn't even have to be in the same room as your PS2 to finish the final boss of Final Fantasy XII. You're prepared for anything because you've got it all figured out ahead of time. But even the best plans backfire sometimes and that's where your weakness shines through. You're so used to having enough healing potions that when you actually run out you're a sitting duck.

    ENTERTAINMENT
    You play mostly for the fun of the game. Whether its the story, the gameplay, or just the overall feel of the game, something about it draws you in. You'll find yourself popping a game in years after you completed it to revisit the characters, locales, and gameplay. You probably own at least a few game soundtracks and maybe a few posters. You appreciate games as art and a way to pass the time. You may also play competitively (either professionally or amateur) but that's not the reason you'll be playing them 40 years from now.
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    I got puzzle gamer, which is actually my least preferred genre.
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    In stark contrast to the Action Gamer (TSAD) is the Role Player. FCPE's lack the reflexes or twitchy demeanor, but they excel in other areas. They handle complex menus, maps, and concepts very well, and they utilize them in extremely effective ways. Strategy is the name of the game for FCPE's. They're not looking for a quick fix of rapid violence, they prefer to exploit a weakness, find a key, or unlock a new path. For Role Players, the game itself is as enjoyable as actually playing it.

    Games FCPE's like: Tactics Ogre, Final Fantasy, Lost Odyssey, Pokémon


    FLUID
    You have very subtle, smooth movements. Your muscles stay relaxed, even in tense situations. This makes you ideal for games where you have to perform precise movements under pressure such as shooters and racing games. Your thumbs glide over the controller and you are probably one the better shots on your team in Call of Duty or even can do fairly well in a racing game you've never played because you don't make the car spin out of control. But you also don't do as well with games that require a faster touch. Most hardcore action games and fighting games will give you a hard time because the other players can input the moves a lot faster than you can. And you probably can't tap the button fast enough to blow up your balloon in Mario Party.

    COMPLEX
    The more the better is your motto. You want your games to be a nuanced and varied as you are. You don't mind shuffling through an extra menu or two or learning a couple more combos. If it will add depth to the game and give you more freedom, bring it on! You've probably debated on more than one occasion why can't Pokemon have more than four moves at a time. Or you've committed yourself to learning Zangeif's entire moveset, just to be that much better for the next match. You enjoy managing money, stats and equipment, making your team or army or city bigger, better, and badder. And you're always looking for a new way to complete a task. You also tend to lose interest or generally have trouble with simpler games, as you become frustrated or confused by the lack of things in your control.

    PLANNING
    When it comes to the actual act of playing, you're a no-frills flawless machine. It's a good thing that video game characters don't actually carry all the stuff in your inventory, because they'd probably suffocate underneath it all! You've got your armies all highly trained and equipped with rocket launchers and jeeps with gatling guns. You didn't even have to be in the same room as your PS2 to finish the final boss of Final Fantasy XII. You're prepared for anything because you've got it all figured out ahead of time. But even the best plans backfire sometimes and that's where your weakness shines through. You're so used to having enough healing potions that when you actually run out you're a sitting duck.

    ENTERTAINMENT
    You play mostly for the fun of the game. Whether its the story, the gameplay, or just the overall feel of the game, something about it draws you in. You'll find yourself popping a game in years after you completed it to revisit the characters, locales, and gameplay. You probably own at least a few game soundtracks and maybe a few posters. You appreciate games as art and a way to pass the time. You may also play competitively (either professionally or amateur) but that's not the reason you'll be playing them 40 years from now.

    I got RPG which fits as i love RPG games.
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    Rhythm Gamer
    Thanks to DDR and Guitar Hero, music and rhythm games have grown from a niche genre into a whole new marketing scheme. TCAE's enjoy being challenged with completing complex tasks with little to no preparation. Rhythm games provide a perfect outlet with long intricate combos and a beat to follow. Entertainment is the main goal of Rhythm Gamers, which is why so many rhythm games feature popular music. They love the pressure and urgency of hitting the right moves at just the right time and pride themselves on their ability to memorize very long passages. While TCAE's are often dismissed as casual gamers, the skills they practice can easily be applied to other genres such as fighting games and platformers.

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    TCAE rhythm gamer.

    Accurate. I rarely have a strategy when I play video games, and I'm a pretty casual playerror and don't like to invest a lot of time in them.
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    TSPD - Platformer
    6 Twitch-Fluid, 9 Simple-Complex, 8 Planning-Acting and 5 Entertainment-Difficulty!

    Games TSPD's like: Super Mario, Sonic The Hedgehog, Maximo, Mirror's Edge

    TWITCH
    You have a strong twitch reflex, which means that your muscles tend to move in very quick jerky movements. This makes you especially adept to action games, since they rely on that very same jerky motion and quick button pressing. You probably beat the pants off of others in minigames using the "tap A to run" mechanism, and you hold your own even in fighting games that you've never played because you can execute the moves very quickly. Unfortunately, you also have trouble with games that require precision movements like shooting games. Your thumbs are just too fast and that little analog stick is so sensitive! And games that require precise timings like the Mario Bros 3 extra life slider give you trouble as well.

    SIMPLE
    You remember the good old days, when Atari was cutting edge with a joystick and ONE BUTTON. This is not to say that you can't handle more complex controls and concepts, but you prefer that your games didn't require half a novel's worth of instructions. You do best when all the controls and options are right at your fingertips. You probably feel right at home with older games because they inherently have less to work with. Newer games either frustrate you with too many buttons and options, or they just annoy you because there are simpler ways to climb a ladder than jumping on, holding L, and then pushing forward.

    PLANNING
    When it comes to the actual act of playing, you're a no-frills flawless machine. It's a good thing that video game characters don't actually carry all the stuff in your inventory, because they'd probably suffocate underneath it all! You've got your armies all highly trained and equipped with rocket launchers and jeeps with gatling guns. You didn't even have to be in the same room as your PS2 to finish the final boss of Final Fantasy XII. You're prepared for anything because you've got it all figured out ahead of time. But even the best plans backfire sometimes and that's where your weakness shines through. You're so used to having enough healing potions that when you actually run out you're a sitting duck.

    DIFFICULTY
    You play mostly for the challenge. You thrive on the idea that you are defeating an enemy or piloting a jet. As the game presents new challenges, you knock them down and the ones you can't pass drive you to become a better player and overcome them. You probably have played tournaments before and you enjoy friendly competition. You probably one more than one strategy guide and maybe even are on a forum or part of a clan dedicated to your favorite game. You probably also love the art and music and design of video games but the only reason you might pop in GoldenEye is because some old pals come over and you all want to start up a deathmatch and see who's still got it.
    "A life that lives without doing anything is the same as a slow death." - Lelouch Vi Britannia

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