Gaming Stats Infographic

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Some things you may or may not know about gaming.

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Infographic detailing why gaming and gamers are becoming more acceptable.

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Overly opinionated owner and author of eoghann.com. You can get updated on his posts directly on the blog here or through the usual social networking suspects. What? You expected me to say something interesting here? That's what the blog posts are for. Eoghann has often wondered if people read these little bio things we have to fill out everywhere on the internet and, assuming they do, why?

14 thoughts on “Gaming Stats Infographic”

  1. I know guys (and gals) who will spend hours gaming. They get home from work and spend the next 4-5 hours gaming. They spend their entire weekend gaming. That level of gaming just isn't for me at this stage of life. I like something that I can play for 30-60 minutes at a time and then go do something else. I'm not looking to master a game, I'm just looking to have fun.

  2. Playing Zelda on a Wii is equally ''gaming' as playing it on any other console.

    And it seems perfectly normal for a lot of people to sit themselves in front of the tv for 4-5 hours in an evening.

  3. +Cathryn Orchard Yes, many people do spend 4-5 hours in front of the tv every evening. I'm not one of them. I watch about 5-7 hours of television a week, including what I watch on Netflix and Hulu. I have nothing against hardcore gamers. I'm just not one of them anymore.

  4. I'm sure I spend more time watching tv than gaming, but part of that is because the TV doesn't require the uninterrupted concentration that more serious games require.

  5. I think there's some snobbery in the gaming community. If you spend 5 hours a day gaming, you're a gamer. If you spend 5 hours a month gaming, you're not a gamer.

  6. My mum probably plays around 3 hours of Bejewelled sytle games in an evening and I am sure she wouldn't consider herself a 'gamer'. I am going to make her a 'hardcore casual gamer' t-shirt since I like the seeming contradiction.

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