Anyone who plays children's card game is still a child at brain
This statement is fundamentally flawed from multiple perspectives. First, what is a children's game? It's not as easy to define as you might think. Second, is what is determined to be a children's game arbitrary? A social construct? It's the same sort of idea, in gender perspective, as is blue masculine and is pink feminine? Until the 1920's blue was the feminine color and pink was the masculine color. Obviously, cultural structural concepts Change over time. There is no saying that any one thing as of now will forever remain thar way. Finally, does playing a child's game make me one? Are all those people who play the pokemon franchise games, clearly games targeted at children, really children in a mental sense? Just because a game is targeted at children does not mean that there is not a more sophisticated way to play the game that children could never do. Do you think a five year old trains IVs, and critically thinks what is the most balanced move set and team combinations? No! They use pokemon that look cool and moves that sound cool, and may not even care about type effectiveness. It applies to yugioh too. Do You think a young child will know how to build a deck with plentiful searching capabilities and complicated indirect maneuvers to get there most powerful monsters out on the field by turn one? Can they even understand how even a synchro and pendulum work? These concepts were initially confusing to me when I first learned them! To put the point forward, you cannot call someone a child for playing games society has deemed to be "for children" even if you can come up with a definition for a children's game in the first place.
Edited 9/10/2016 23:55:12