ByCryss Leonhart, writer at Creators.co
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Cryss Leonhart

It's Valentine's Day, but if you've yet to get a card for your significant other, or perhaps want something video game related to ping over social media, then we've got you covered. We trawled the internet for some of the best game related Valentine's cards you can send a loved one.

Celebrate Valentine's With Your Player Two... And These Cards

Stands up dramatically - [Credit: VGCats.com]
Stands up dramatically - [Credit: VGCats.com]

To make sorting through these a little easier we've broken them down by genre. Hopefully you'll find something perfect for that special gamer in your life, or something you'll equally enjoy. Some of them are also just funny. Lol.

Action Fans

[Credit: Umigraphics]
[Credit: Umigraphics]

We're going to start off with something rather bold, a straight-up declaration of love from one of the most prolific healers in Overwatch. I wouldn't recommend giving this one to someone you're not dating though, they'd probably consider it a little heavy handed.

[Credit: Naughty Dog]
[Credit: Naughty Dog]

If you're after something a little less headstrong, then how about this cute card for that person who needs a little pick me up—a scene that will last until at least the start of The Last of Us 2.

Shooters

[Credit: Epic Games]
[Credit: Epic Games]

Here's one for those of you in a long-term relationship! Especially if you want to thank your significant other for putting up with you during the highs and lows, when the head shots connected and the body shots went wide—which is a real achievement, considering that it's hard to miss with a Flak cannon.

[Credit: Bethesda]
[Credit: Bethesda]

Alternatively, if you're an admirer who's looking to take things to the next level, then perhaps this card adequately captures your feelings.

Fantasy

[Credit: Bethesda]
[Credit: Bethesda]

Some things are unavoidable, so for those firm believers in destiny with a penchant for the Elder Scrolls, this is the perfect card to send the NPC in your life.

[Credit: EA]
[Credit: EA]

On the flip side of the coin, if you believe a relationship can blossom with almost anyone (even if the odds are higher if you're a party member) then it's time to open your dialogue wheel and make the right choice.

[Credit: Rare]
[Credit: Rare]

What about if you're willing to break your own moral code? Pirates are known for pillaging and plundering, so perhaps sharing the booty—no pun intended—is the greatest sacrifice. Spoiler: you're the real treasure!

[Credit: Nintendo]
[Credit: Nintendo]

I just love this art work from Nintendo, it gets the message across without the need for words and captures both the history of the franchise, whilst bolstering our hype for Breath of the Wild. And it just reminds me how much fun it is to cut grass. In games, I mean...

JRPG Fans

[Credit: Atlus]
[Credit: Atlus]

I'm not bitter about Persona 5 missing its Valentine's release date—okay, I totally am— but there's not much to be done about it. Though if you fancy reminding someone they have to wait until April, you can personalize a card here.

[Credit: KHInsider]
[Credit: KHInsider]

Continuing the trend of being a tease, this Kingdom Hearts inspired card is a cheeky nod to just how long fans have been waiting for this game.

Indie

[Credit: CherryMochi]
[Credit: CherryMochi]

It's cute... and it has cats. It'll work, trust me!

[Credit: EA]
[Credit: EA]

If you want to keep the indie fire alive, but aren't a Japanophile (or you hate cats), then try this Yarny inspired card. Don't forget the mandatory line about them being able to follow the yarn back to you.

Retro Fans

[Credit: Rare]
[Credit: Rare]

If you're eager to impress an older gamer, or want to give a reminder to simpler times, you won't find a better game to hark back to the golden days of the N64 then Banjo Kazooie.

[Credit: Rare]
[Credit: Rare]

I like puns okay, I'm sure others do too...

Regardless of your current relationship status, we hope you have a great Valentine's Day no matter how you plan to spend it. Though if you're going to take one last piece of advice from me, don't use this card!

[Credit: Square Enix]
[Credit: Square Enix]

Do you have a favorite game-themed Valentine's card?

If you want a game that deals with the ups and downs of being in a relationship, have you considered checking out Catherine?

(Fan Art: NicolasNSane, Umigraphics, Tim Fangon)

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