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Nintendo DS 9 19.15%
Sony PlayStation Portable 11 23.40%
PC (Windows, Linux, Mac etc) 33 70.21%
Microsoft Xbox 360 9 19.15%
Nintendo Wii 10 21.28%
Sony PlayStation 3 7 14.89%
Older computer or console 10 21.28%
I only play games on my phone 3 6.38%
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Old 13-06-2008, 11:31 AM
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Which other devices do you use for gaming?

Apart from your N-Gage-compatible phone, which other devices do you use for playing games?

Tick all that apply.
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Old 13-06-2008, 02:22 PM
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Voted Xbox360, Nintendo Wii & DS

The Xbox360 eats up most of my game playing time, Wii mainly just for online MarioKart these days(using the 360 for voice comms, thanks Nintendo). Don't really play the DS much but it does have a few games such as Front Mission that are worth playing when away.

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Old 13-06-2008, 02:42 PM
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I used to have a DS and was REALLY frustrated by the patronising attitude Nintendo has towards online gaming.

It's laudable that they're trying to protect children from encountering anything nasty online, but couldn't they give us adults the option of switching off all these safety features?

And why the heck are there different friend codes for every single game?

Nintendo must know that most of their users are grown-ups nowadays, they even allowed Manhunt 2 to be released for the Wii and that game is certainly something no one would want children to see.
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Old 13-06-2008, 05:48 PM
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PS3! Metal Gear Solid 4 FTW.

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Old 13-06-2008, 06:02 PM
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I used to have a DS and was REALLY frustrated by the patronising attitude Nintendo has towards online gaming.

It's laudable that they're trying to protect children from encountering anything nasty online, but couldn't they give us adults the option of switching off all these safety features?

And why the heck are there different friend codes for every single game?

Nintendo must know that most of their users are grown-ups nowadays, they even allowed Manhunt 2 to be released for the Wii and that game is certainly something no one would want children to see.
Yeah, I know exactly what you mean there, Nintendo are like over-protective parents to all which get's hugely irritating as there are plenty of adults playing on their systems as well as 5 year olds

Comes to something when you need to have two systems running in order to have a laugh with your mates online, Wii online for MarioKart, 360 running a Halo3 lobby for the voice comms, bet Greepeace would love that idea if they realised the lengths people have to go to, I mean.......WHY?!?

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i missed the poll but i hope it was multi-choice as i play all of them LOL.
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Old 26-06-2008, 03:45 PM
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i missed the poll but i hope it was multi-choice as i play all of them LOL.
Yeah it was, loads of people nowadays seem to have more than one gaming device.

The PC came top probably because it's the one thing everyone has.
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Old 26-06-2008, 07:34 PM
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Yeah it was, loads of people nowadays seem to have more than one gaming device.

The PC came top probably because it's the one thing everyone has.
Out of all the Wii is my least used console, then it would be PSP, DS, PS2, PS3, 360, PC (PC used for everything - but i dont play games on it much) lol.

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Out of all the Wii is my least used console, then it would be PSP, DS, PS2, PS3, 360, PC (PC used for everything - but i dont play games on it much) lol.
You're not just multi-platform but every platform! :-)

I'd be a lot more keen on consoles if the actual games cost less. I can't really afford to spend 50 euros on a single game no matter how good it is, that same money would get me five or ten DVDs.

In a way things like N-Gage are the answer to that kind of problem, the prices are low enough for most people to buy games regularly.
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Hi.
Microsoft x box 360 is the leading gaming console which can give the
hd resolution on the lcd during gamingt it also have the hard disk for
storing multimediua in it and it can be also use to acces the internet
and playing games online and also have the best price to performence
ratio in the market.

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