Someone who likes horoscopes could literally take your sentence, swap "horoscope" and "Myers-Briggs" around, and it'd work for them Personally, I think games are made for a range of people. As in, each particular game by itself appeals to a range of people (not that all games in general do, because that's kinda an obvious truism, haha). Personal preference might be informed by some kind of underlying personality, but this also changes over time, and reflects both external and internal pressures (nature as well as nurture). I liked RTS games a lot more ten years ago than I do now, for example (the same games, specifically). I think I actually like Civ. more, but specifically also the newer iterations and how they've evolved (and kept pace with my changing tastes when it comes to video games).