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Let’s Dive Right Into the Wonderful Gacha Life Community

GachaLife Community

Every game has its own type of fanbase. Roblox has creative and often edgy kids, Minecraft houses a “unique” cast of players, and Undertale is quite a story when you hear about its fanbase reputation. But, for Gacha Life, it is filled with young weeaboos (nope, not using otaku here; that’s so 2013).

A weeaboo refers to a non-Japanese person who has a fanaticism over Japanese culture – specifically anime and manga – to the point where they prefer to be Japanese than to be themselves. With Gacha Life, it fuels the weeaboos’ fantasies of creating their own manga or anime to show off to the community. The result? Something weird, something unique, something that’s indescribable.

 

The Content Creation

For one, expect a lot of content creation from kids around 7 to 12 years old. It’s amazing what a child can do if you give them the freedom to create whatever they want. For most frequent players of Gacha Life, they may not understand a lot of their content. However, it is fascinating to know how much sandbox the game provides for its users.

 

Gacha-Life-Play

 

The reason why we don’t even need to talk about game mechanics much is that Gacha Life does not have game mechanics at all. You just install it (use our Gacha Life PC download link), and you are already set. You have a bunch of characters to toy with and multiple game modes that allow you to either do photoshoots, customize outfits, or create your own story. With those, players devise fan-made videos that are either original or inspired by a show they’ve seen.

 

A Unique and Bizarre Form of Entertainment

Ever wanted to watch Naruto battle against Frieza and Sailor Moon? Only Gacha Life has that. Maybe watch a high school drama that does better than any Netflix show? Yes, Gacha Life has that too. How about a story of how an emo boy accidentally impregnates the high school president and later on finding out he’s not the father but rather the teacher? Yes, uh, Gacha Life does have that as well. Don’t believe us? You should type “Gacha Life” on YouTube and see the results.

Yes, Gacha Life’s community may seem outlandish based on their content creation, but they are a load of fun if you don’t take them seriously. If you have a younger sibling or a child with a phone, they most likely play Gacha Life too if it’s not Fortnite, Minecraft, or Roblox. Just make sure that if you caught them playing it, inform your parents about it so they can supervise them well for their own safety.