Gamepost heeft een stukje uit een media onderzoek gehaald. Daar uit blijkt dat 61% van de Amerikaanse PC gebruikers gamers zijn. Hmm volgens mij zou het iets van 90% moeten zijn bij ons volkje , tenslotte wie gamed nu niet !he pioneer and leader in Internet and Digital Media measurement worldwide, reports that sixty-one percent of all U.S. home PC users, or 54.1 million people, played a PC game in the month of December 1999. Among game players overall, Solitaire and other Windows-bundled games ranked in the top five with 36.5 million people total. NVision Elf Bowling achieved the highest rating of any non-bundled game with 7.6 million users, making it the sixth most popular PC game. Another NVision game, Elf Frogapult, came close, ranking number 11 with 1.6 million users. ``In the four years that Media Metrix has tracked game usage, it is unprecedented for non-traditional or unbundled games like Elf Bowling to reach a number-six ranking," said Bruce Ryon, Senior Vice President and General Manager of the New Media Group, Media Metrix. "For Elf Bowling to generate usage of 7.6 million users would have to be described as a phenomenon. Other popular nontraditional or non-bundled PC games, such as Myst, Doom, Deer Hunter, and Quake, have never reached more than two million users in any given month." Heb je geen zin om Maurice de Hond te bellen dan kan je nog altijd naar de site van Mediametrix.com