Video games are not just for boys, despite the male-orientated marketing. Below are some famous female gamers who most men would love to invite round for a clan match.
The queen of cool and current fiancé of Ashton Kutcher, Kunis is an avid gamer. In an interview with Jimmy Kimmel, who Paddy Power currently believe to be in the running to appear on the Late Show, she admitted to having been addicted to World of Warcraft (WOW). In fact, she had to quit the game altogether in order to have a life! She was one committed gamer.
She’s already the heartthrob of many a teenage boy but after saying the following about playing Halo on Xbox live: “I have a complete addiction to that game. It is sick. I play online mostly and [other gamers] have no idea,” she turned into their biggest ever fantasy. By all accounts she’s pretty good. She is also a big fan of any Mortal Kombat game.
Arguably the cutest female in Hollywood, her game of choice makes her just that much cuter. Yep, that’s right, she was a Legend of Zelda fanatic. When asked about video games, Zoeey said: “Obsessively, I play Zelda. I had to, as sort of a show of pure willpower, give away my Super Nintendo machine because I was so obsessed with Zelda.” The fact that she didn’t call it a Nintendo makes her that little bit cuter; still, she’s probably a beast in Hyrule.
The first ever winner of America’s Next Top Model is a huge Game of Thrones fan and a big-time player of World of Warcraft. She likes WOW so much that she is constantly mentioning it on her Twitter page and is a regular visitor at gaming conventions.
Other celebs who admit to being gamers include Cameron Diaz, who was another hooked on WOW. Portal was the choice of game for True Blood actress Janina Gavankar and Rosario Dawson is a huge fan of Super Mario.