The average U.S. gamer is spending more time gaming than ever before, but only 4% of the gaming population is classified by the NPD Group as "Extreme Gamers." What kind of gamer are you?
bring me some new wrpgs so i can spend few hrs each day playing....
-sigh- At least the title didnt mention the "H" word. I really dont like how gamers are being separated into different classes. ><
48.5 hours a week seems way too excessive. I don't see how someone can have a productive life and game that much.
the quickly bored kind. @guitarded-no girlfriend, social life or job. or maybe they're drug dealers and welfare recipients.
Yeah, I have questioned if some of the people on my friends list are drug dealers... they are always online, have every new game and sound high every time I game with them online. I guess drug dealing would provide plenty of time for gaming, and give a decent enough income to buy every game on day one. I'm not advocating drug dealing... I'm just sayin'.
thats the demographic, theres no need for this article
Am the Multiplayer type, i like the challenge of facing millions of skilled gamers around the world. I mean A.i isnt smarter than humans or unique skills
If you play video games almost 50 hours a week you've got big problems.
im the weekend type
im the type that likes to play the game and try to get everything and anything in both single player and multiplayer. if i see something shiny on top of that building, i will work my ass off to try to reach it. lol i guess thats a good thing in the end.
i finished good of war 3 in two sittings in a space of two days...approx. 15 hours(tho the ingame timer says 11hrs or so)...killzone2 in one ten hour sitting the same week.if the game is compelling and i havent played it before and im off work...i can go ten hrs no prob..but that is just 2 or 3 games every year.ac2 you are next.
I could be able to play games all day, with few hours to sleep. Now that I'm older, I play no more the 5 hours.
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