Apparently, the majority of gamers are online
What's even more interesting is that a good slice of that 62% admitting to playing games online are women -- yeah, imagine that. That female character in World of Warcraft might actually be a girl after all! Hmm, maybe not. Either way, the advent of online gaming on consoles really should deliver a message to Sony. They've been vague with their online strategy and apparently, if they got that straight, it'd help a whole lot with sales. Let's hope that Home will really signal a new way to play online with consoles, even if it's straight out of Second Life and The Sims.
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