Which console games are best for console gamers?
With consoles coming under renewed scrutiny, there is now an ever increasing demand for games to be playable on them.
However, some games, like Minecraft, are more suitable for the larger screen of a PC.
The question is, which consoles are best suited to a console gamer?
According to a new survey, a lot of the answers are clear.
A survey of 3,500 UK gamers by the games developer Naughty Dog and published in Game Informer, revealed that console gamers tend to be the most hardcore console gamers, with the majority preferring consoles with more features than those on the PC.
Naughty Dogs research also found that over a third of players said that they were willing to pay more money for a console console game, even if the price is higher.
As such, the popularity of consoles as a gaming platform for casual gamers is definitely growing.
As the games industry grows in popularity, so too does the demand for more console games.
This trend is reflected in this survey as well, as over a quarter of gamers surveyed said that console games were more suitable to them than PC games.
According to the research, there are a few factors that make console gaming more popular among console gamers.
First, console gamers are more likely to spend more time playing games than PC gamers, according to the Naughty Dudes survey.
Secondly, console games tend to have a more streamlined and streamlined design, and thus, have less complexity.
And finally, consoles have more dedicated hardware to cater to a large number of gamers, making them a more user-friendly environment.
The Naughty dogs survey also found the popularity and demand for console games to change over time.
In a survey of over 2,000 gamers in February 2016, 63% of respondents said that the console games they played were less popular over the past year compared to 38% in October 2016.
According to Naughty’s survey, console game usage was higher in 2016 than it was in 2015, with a 25% increase over the previous year.
The biggest increase came in the UK, where demand for the game increased by 50% over the same period.
The next biggest increase occurred in the US, where the number of respondents who said they played the game at least once a week was up to 42% from 19%.
The Naming Game survey also revealed that more console gamers were willing than PC users to spend less on console games in comparison to PC users.
Over one third of console gamers said that their average purchase cost per game was lower on PC compared to consoles, and almost one third said that it was comparable.
The average console game price per game also dropped, with an average cost of $0.50 for console game titles and $0,25 for PC games in 2016.
With consoles becoming increasingly popular, and with the demand being even greater for console titles, it’s not surprising that console gaming is increasingly becoming more popular as well.
The Naughty dudes survey also shows that over half of gamers (56%) say that they are willing to spend between £1 and £5 per month to play console games on PC.
In comparison, only about a quarter (24%) of PC gamers say they are ready to pay over £5 to play the same game on PC, according the survey.
As the market for console gaming grows, it could also become an even bigger market for PC gamers.
As Naughty is a company that prides itself on being an open source developer, it is easy to see why console gaming would be appealing to developers.
While PC gamers tend towards an open ecosystem, they are often left with no choice but to go with a publisher’s exclusive platform.
Naming game’s survey also confirms that console owners are willing and able to spend upwards of £10,000 per year on games on consoles.