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  • Blog Post: Microsoft Asks Which 360 Games You Want To Be Backwards Compatible

    On Monday, we learned that Microsoft is enacting backwards compatibility on the Xbox One, allowing players to begin playing their already purchased 360 games on the new console. However, the functionality is not going to be available for every title in the 360 catalog. Before finalizing the selection... More
  • Blog Post: Gung Ho Wants To Know Which Game Arts Titles You'd Buy On PC

    If you miss the days of Grandia and Lunar, your nostalgia might be satiated soon. Gung Ho Online Entertainment is exploring the possibility of porting some of Game Arts’ (its subsidiary) titles to PC. The publisher has posted a survey that lists a number of titles, asking which (if any) games you’d... More
  • Blog Post: Harmonix Survey Asks What You Want In A New Rock Band Game

    With the recent release of Rock Band DLC for the first time in nearly two years, people are expressing interest in plastic instruments again. In response, Harmonix is circulating a survey inquiring what you’d want in a new Rock Band game. The third and final page of the survey asks about a campaign... More
  • Blog Post: Kingdom Hearts Survey Collecting Feedback For Square Enix

    Square Enix is asking for feedback for the Kingdom Heart series with a large survey. To take the survey yourself, head here . It asks a number of obvious questions, but also asks some bizarre questions having seemingly nothing to do with the Square Enix/Disney crossover. You'll answer questions about... More
  • Blog Post: EA And Dice Want Battlefield 4 Player Feedback

    An e-mail has been sent to Battlefield 4 players with a survey seeking feedback on the game. It's a short survey that asks you to rate your experience on a 1-10 scale then asks you to write up some thoughts on ow to improve the game if you rated it low. If you rate the game nine or higher, the survey... More
  • Blog Post: The NFL On Xbox One Adds Playoff Face Off Surveys And Super Bowl Ticket Prizes

    The NFL on Xbox One app added a new feature yesterday that will allow users to predict performance in upcoming playoff games and even the Super Bowl. If you launch the app, you should see a Playoff Face Off category on the bottom of the screen. All you do is answer questions about the outcomes and performance... More
  • Blog Post: Surveying Xbox

    Update : The survey is now closed. Thanks for participating! --------------------------- In anticipation of the reveal and eventual release of the next Xbox, we want to know what Xbox owners think about Microsoft’s consoles. It seems like only yesterday that Microsoft was taking a gamble by challenging... More
  • Blog Post: Survey Finds Mobile, PC Development Growing

    Over half – 58 percent – of developers responding to a survey performed by the Game Developers Conference organizers said they're planning on releasing their next titles on mobile devices, compared to the 38 percent of respondents whose last game was on a smartphone or tablet. (pictured... More
  • Blog Post: Capcom Wants Your Input For Future Digital Plans

    Capcom wants to hear your thoughts on what the company should be doing in the digital games market. So, today, Capcom's SVP of planning and business development Christian Svensson took to the Capcom Unity blog to share a public survey. The survey takes roughly 10 minutes to complete and asks questions... More
  • Blog Post: Assassin's Creed Survey Suggests 2013 Title & More

    It's routine for companies to gauge interest in something regardless of whether it ultimately ends up coming to pass. Surveys, focus groups, and trademarks are just a few of the methods used by publishers and developers to kick the tires on ideas. As it has done in the past, Ubisoft has commissioned... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Half Of Console Owners Purchase DLC

    Privacy concerns remain the biggest factor for customers who choose not to purchase downloadable content, according to a new report titled “Deconstructing Downloadable Content 2011” from research firm EEDAR. The report says 49% of HD console owners have not purchased downloadable content... More
  • Blog Post: Nearly A Third of Gamers Think 3D Makes Gameplay Worse

    According to a recently release survey, companies like Sony and Nintendo that are pushing 3D gaming have an uphill road to climb. The survey, which spoke with over 1,600 adult gamers, was conducted by research firm Interpret LLC. The company's vice president of strategy and analysis Dan Casey revealed... More
  • Blog Post: The Great 2011 Holiday Video Game Showdown

    Pick your most-anticipated games of this holiday & win prizes! This year's crop of holiday games is as good a selection of games as we can remember. With all this fierce competition for your gaming dollar, we want to know which holiday games you plan to buy. Please take our quick survey on a... More
  • Blog Post: Japanese Survey Says Price To Blame For Slow 3DS Sales

    A survey by Japanese company Goo Research has revealed why some consumers in that country are reluctant to buy Nintendo's 3DS. The survey of 1,100 people (60.5 percent female and 39.5 percent male) ranked participants' top reasons for not buying the system – which is currently selling half... More
  • Blog Post: NPD: Digital Sales Over A Quarter Of Game Purchases

    At least when you count cellphone games, NPD's latest survey indicates that 29% of game purchases are made digitally while traditional boxed products account for 71% of titles sold. One in five consumers bought a game add-on in the last three months as well, according to the research firm. GameSpot... More
  • Blog Post: Survey: 34% Of Social Game Players Buy In

    It may not be in a direct purchase of Facebook tokens or other in-game currency, but a third of social gamers interact with sponsors in some way according to a survey by Lightspeed Research. Clicking on ads, signing up for newsletters, taking surveys -- all of these have tangible marketing value. Companies... More
  • Blog Post: Women Make Up Social Gaming Majority

    Social gaming. These two words are gaining speed in the industry whether most folks want to accept it or not. Most of us with Facebook accounts have already been exposed to social gaming. You're already either deeply invested in Farville, prepping turkeys on the fly in Cafe World, or simply don't... More
  • Blog Post: Survey Says Number Of Gaming Households In U.S. Increasing

    We've known for a long time that video games are growing in popularity thanks to the mainstream success of the Nintendo Wii and the increasing acceptance of gaming as a hobby in general, but just how many more people are playing games these days? According to the fourth State of the Media Democracy... More
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