Recently, we asked you if you play computer games online. Here’s what you said:
53% of respondents stated they play video games online. Here’s a breakdown of which platforms you use:
From your responses, 63% of you play PC video games (not including flash games.) This number is much higher (proportionally) than I expected.
I’ve thought about reviewing games, writing how to guides, providing game secrets etc.; however, there are a few things that hold me back:
- Testing software can sometimes take 8-10 hours (all told.) Honestly reviewing a game could take 60-80 hours.
- I’m not that into games so I don’t think I’d personally be a good critic.
- Buying games to review could get very expensive.
- The internet is packed with game reviews, walkthroughs, how-to’s etc.
I’m definitely not closed to the idea of featuring games (or guides to help you get the most out of your PC for playing games.) What do you think? Would you like to see more game-related guides on Windows Guides? Let us know in the comments.
Rich is the owner and creator of Windows Guides; he spends his time breaking things on his PC so he can write how-to guides to fix them.
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