The PlayStation Portable is the most-played videogame console in Japan, according to a new poll.
18.7 per cent said they played Sony's PlayStation Portable the most. The PlayStation 3 comes in at second with 13.7 per cent, and the DS/DS Lite in third with 13.1 per cent.
The results come as no surprise – the PlayStation Portable has been a huge success in Japan, fuelled by Capcom's Monster Hunter phenomenon.
It's interesting to note that the PlayStation 2 figures ahead of the Xbox 360 – should Microsoft give up?
And spare a thought for the embattled download-only PSPgo, which a whopping 0.3 per cent of respondents said they played the most. Sniff.
- No reply: 34.3
- PlayStation Portable: 18.7
- PlayStation 3: 13.7
- Nintendo DS/DS Lite: 13.1
- Nintendo DSi/DSi XL: 6.7
- Nintendo Wii: 4.7
- PlayStation 2: 4.4
- Xbox 360: 3.8
- PSPgo: 0.3
- GameBoy Advance (SP): 0.2
- PlayStation: 0.2
- Nintendo GameCube: 0.0
Also worth highlighting: Only 7.7 per cent plan to buy the PlayStation Move, while 6.3 per cent will buy Kinect.
Entirely predictable: a whopping 70.2 per cent own a PlayStation 2 – top of the most-owned list. Not surprising for a console that still sells despite being older than the dinosaurs.
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