If you're single in real life, have you ever thought of getting married in games? In-game marriages are largely a thing of the past. Outside of outliers like RIFT, MapleStory and Final Fantasy XIV, most games don't and won't feature the option to tie the knot inside your game of choice. Which might be seen as a bit sad, but it also raises the question of whether or not you'd use the feature even if it were available.
Maybe you enjoy roleplaying, maybe you want to have a tongue-in-cheek ceremony, or maybe you play with your spouse and want to be married on multiple levels. Or maybe you think the idea of being pretend married in a pretend game is kind of hopelessly silly to begin with. So today we ask -- if you had the option of getting married in your game of choice, would you take advantage of it?
As to the ingame marriage, nowadays in video games, the marriage system has become more and more popular. and we can see it in most RPG games. Sometimes, the ingame couples may even become the real couples. However, if you've already married in real life, will you still pretend to be single and marry with someone else in games? Do you think it's a kind of cheating?
In some players' opinion, the ingame marriage is just for fun, it won't cause any problem in real life. Any way, you even don't know whether your ingame wife is female or male. And compared to the real marriage, the ingame marriage is low-risk, it's just a kind of relaxation.
On the other hand, can you accept your couple married in game with someone else? If not, what will you do then? Uninstall his/her game client? Delete his/her account, or just turn a blind eye? And in my opinion, the best way to avoid this problem is to marry with your real couple in game. For more information about game you can check out