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Video games seldomly finished

Posted on Friday, August 19 2011 @ 08:20:58 CEST by


CNN reports most people never reach the end of a video game. Game session tracking data from Raptr reveals just 10 percent of avid gamers completed the final mission of the highly acclaimed Red Dead Redemption, largely because today's gamers have shorter attention spans and limited time than in the past.
At the beginning of the 21st century, the average gamer was pushing 30 -- mid-to-late 20s, to be exact. They weren't playing as often as they did in their adolescence, but in between entry-level jobs, earnest slacking and higher education, there was still ample time to game.

Fast forward to today, and the average gamer is 37, according to the Entertainment Software Association. The average age of the most frequent game buyer is 41 -- nearing Just for Men-type levels. They're raising kids. In the middle of a career. Worried about retirement.

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"The amount of digital distractions now is far greater than it's ever been before," he says. "People need time to check their Facebook, send a Twitter (tweet), be witty on their blog, play with their phone -- oh, and that game you made. If they feel as though the end is far away, they'll simply say, 'I don't have time for that' and stop playing."




 



 

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