Earnest Cavalli said:
To do so, EEDAR analyzed 78 million pageviews from the IGN network and 45 million "Media Views" from GameTrailers, accounting for the activities of over 20 million visitors. The thinking here, it seems, is that prospective gamers will take to the 'net to research games they find interesting, especially following the massive media blowout of E3 [http://www.escapistmagazine.com/articles/view/editorials/misc/8943-Games-of-E3]. EEDAR then compiled the data, and came up with a leaderboard of the upcoming games that people seem most interested in.
Too bad that their data is meaningless if they only went to two sites to gather data. This is just like those useless studies that say 80% of people do whatever when they have a sample size of 100 people. Totally useless when you consider how many people there really are in the world, and collecting page views of two sites is also totally useless when you consider how many gaming websites getting views there are.
Why does no one care about Bioshock Infinite?
They do. This list is just garbage, that's all.
If nothing else, this list signals an incredibly healthy gaming industry, in which gamers have a vast selection of what to play and how to play it.
If you like playing FPS anyways.
Yep. Mass Effect 3, Skyrim, Assassin's Creed Revelations, Uncharted 3, Batman: Arkham City, Skyward Sword, inFamous 2, Star Wars The Old Republic, Tomb Raider, Gears 3, Super Mario 3DS, and Street Fighter x Tekken are all first person shooters.
...Oh wait. RPG, RPG, action, third person shooter, action, action/adventure, third person shooter, MMORPG, action/adventure, third person shooter, platformer, and fighting. That list may be inaccurate as all hell, but it's not all first person shooters.