- Jan 4, 2010
- United States
That doesn't really make much sense to me considering how many casual MMO's are out there these days. I wonder if some of them weren't considered actual MMO's for the sake of the survey? Then again, MMO is a very ambiguous label these days.MC1980 said:Do note that the article said both core types are mainly comprised of men, while the casual segment was the one reported to be mostly women. I'm guessing it has less to do with MMO's being universaly popular and more to do with something like The Sims, since as a sim it wouldn't qualify as a core genre (I'm assuming they tried to be more specific with role-playing in their study) and would therefore have a rather big impact due to the sheer size of it's fanbase.Fappy said:The PC numbers don't surprise me at all. There are a lot of women on MMO's, which holds a huge marketshare of the PC scene. The only genre I can think of where they are in the extreme minority is MOBA's because, well... their communities, I imagine.