The top five games are a mix of games that can be played by both genders, as well as games that focus on both men and women, and there’s plenty of space for that.
These are games that have an emphasis on the male perspective, such as Super Mario Bros. 2 and Castlevania: Symphony of the Night.
The games that cater to both genders are often very enjoyable, but you need to be aware that there is an element of male superiority in those games.
These games also feature an emphasis upon violence, which is something many men may not feel comfortable with, and the lack of any form of gender-specific content is not ideal either.
For this reason, I’m not sure if Super Mario 3D World is a good game for a woman.
I know it’s a relatively violent game, and that the story is a bit cheesy, but I still think the story isn’t worth playing for women.
I feel like the game is geared toward a male audience, and as a woman, I want to be able to enjoy it.
For example, I’d love to play the first game as a male, but there’s no way I’m going to get to that point.
I think that’s something we can all agree on.