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|Technology - Video Games|
|Friday, 27 July 2012 06:00|
The polling firm Nielsen has published a report revealing why the most anticipated games of the year and the big winners are Halo 4, Call of Duty: Black Ops II and Just Dance 4.
The results were based on surveys of four thousand eight hundred twenty-three persons under the condition that they possessed at least one current console generation and buy and play games actively. The population was men and women in age from 7 to 54 years.
These are the results:
Funny how three of the four titles in the three lists (Need For Speed: Most Wanted in a gray area) are sports (Madden NFL, FIFA 13, NBA 2K13) but from there on out the lists vary greatly between XBOX 360 and PS3 over Wii, casual games where they take the crown.
Of course this has to do with the titles that are available for each system, but this leaves us curious to see if this trend will change U Wii or will ever fall off the list of large companies when deciding on Why release a new game platform.