Sunday question: Are you more interested in AAA or indie titles? [Ergebnis] – News

Sunday question: Which games are you more interested in?  - News


The gaming market has become ever larger and more diverse. Are you particularly attracted to the big releases from well-known publishers today, or do you find more fun away from the mainstream?

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update with the result:
Sly as we are, we didn’t give you the option “I find both equally exciting” and in the form of being forced to choose between Mam-AAA and Papa Indie, it showed that 67 percent of the participants cared at least a little bit more for AAA games interested, another 4 percent even exclusively. On the other hand, 29 percent of the survey participants are more interested in what is happening in the area that can be roughly described as “Indie”.

The whole distribution of votes at a glance:

Am mostly interested in AAA 67%
I’m mostly interested in indie 28%
Am only interested in AAA 4%
I’m only interested in indie 1%

Original text:
In today’s Sunday Question, you have the opportunity to tell us in the Sunday Question embedded below whether games tend to be AAA releases of caliber one God of War – Ragnarok meet your interest, or you find the small but somewhat more unusual projects that studios develop with a focus on certain niches or indie teams exciting. For a clearer comparison, the key points AAA and Indie were chosen for the answer options below.

We’re talking about your general interest in the kind of games you’re interested in learning a lot about. If it’s big releases with graphic power and a lot of attention in the media landscape, we’re probably in the AAA range. Even with teams that are not very small, we tend to be more in the “Indie” category if they tend to attract a lot of attention in their niches.

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You can vote for the Sunday question until Monday at 09:00 – if you change your mind, you can still log in another answer until then. We will then close the survey and present you with the resulting opinion a little later in the form of a news update. The link to the overview of the more than 300 Sunday questions can be found below under “Sources”.