Latest Nielsen Findings Show Interesting Video Game Statistics

April 14, 2009

We’re always hungry for more data on video games, the more recent the better. The good folks over at Nielsen have been recording console use for some time. They figure if an activity is taking place with a television set, they’d better collect that data. Also, they have monitoring software for computers that collects gaming and software usage from volunteers.

This newest report from Nielsen on video gaming, for both console and computer use for 4Q 2008 has some interesting info. Read my write-up for Associated Content here.

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ESA Survey: Male/Female Gamer Ratio is 60/40; Average Age is 35

July 23, 2008

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The Top 10 Free Educational Video Games

December 15, 2007

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Playing with Frogs and Virtual Dissections

October 24, 2007

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Educational Uses for the Nintendo DS

July 11, 2007

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