Video Games Climbing the Ladder of American Pastimes reports the results of a survey conducted online by TNS, Gamesindustry.com, and SPIL GAMES that attempts to gauge "demographics, time and money spent, and gaming trends across Europe and the United States involving all game platforms." They offer various bit of info like this: "Of all money spent on games in the U.S., 57% is spent on games for the console platform. 36% of U.S. console game players spend more than $25 USD per month on this platform, versus 14% of U.K. console game players. Conversely, French and British players spend the most money per capita on MMOs, the total adding up to 10% and 11% of the nation-wide gaming budgets respectively. Germans are most likely to spend money on stand-alone PC titles, taking in 36% of the total German gamers’ wallet." Here's a picture that's worth approximately 1000 words, according to legend.
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