A promotional survey taken by a video game price comparison site turns up an interesting stat: The average gamer will spend just under two years of his or her life, in combined time, playing video games.
Nielsen, the folks who measure every single thing that is or could possibly be done with a television set, have released an analysis of gaming habits by ethnicity, finding that African-Americans game the most per day, on average, Asian-Americans the least.
Are you the typical PlayStation Network user? It depends on whether you match the criteria shared by U.S. PSN director of operations Eric Lempel to the publication Video Business.
Unshaven gamers rejoice, as relief is finally here. Gillette has recently introduced the new Fusion Gamer, finally bringing the science of facial hair removal to our scruffy industry.
Via Terra Nova comes word that a new series of academic articles centered around Everquest II has just kicked off, starting with an article on 'who plays, how much, and why' (with a couple of 'oddball' gems scattered throughout the data). The results weren't always what researchers — or the general public — would…