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GTAexpert said:
Pavolink said:
That's actually sad but true. Kids nowdays ask for realism, blood and mature stories. Of course, what they get are just laughable games, but still, they get what they want.

The average age of a gamer is 33 years.

Most games on non-Nintendo consoles are better than most Nintendo games.

That I would disagree with. Nintendo-games usually are above average, meaning that more games are worse than better than Nintendo-games. If you would say 'some games on non-Nintendo consoles are better than most Nintendo games', that would be something to agree with. But as every platform has a lot of shovelware the claim as you made it is definitely wrong.

EDIT: Also to comment towards your claim of average age of gamers as 33 (based on what study, which games are included - smartphones games often have an adult audience), some simple questions to ask are: what is the median age and how many of the gamers are kids. Because you see, an average can be misleading. In the case of ages - no one can be below 0 years old and mostly very small kids can do activities like gaming at all. As an example: if game A is played by 10 ten-year-olds and 5 eighty-year-olds the average age of the gamers is 33, but that doesn't mean the game is played mostly by adults.

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OfficerRaichu15 said:
someone forgot about knack XD

How could someone forget about the game of the century!?

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