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Study: As gamers age, their competitive instincts wane


In a study that's unlikely to surprise many people over the age of 30, analytics firm Quantic Foundry has found that, although we're gaming until a later age than ever before, our interest in competitive play drops off sharply as we mature. The report comes from a study of over 140,000 respondees who were asked to rate their motivations in pursuing an ongoing gaming habit. All 12 of the areas measured (destruction, excitement, competition, community, challenge, completion, strategy, power, fantasy, story, design and discovery) were found to decline over time, it's the desire to prove ourselves against our peers which suffers most, whilst the appeal of strategic play is the most enduring. more

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