Kotaku's full census results are in, and there are some interesting points...

Re Consoles:

- 65% of you own multiple consoles, while a quarter of participating Kotaku readers are in possession of all three current generation machines.

- Only 5% of participating readers own a PSPgo console. Sorry, Sony.

- 66% of participating readers have reported that at least one Xbox 360 console has failed on them, while 32% report multiple failures.

Re Pirates:

- 51% of participating readers have pirated a console game

- 40% of participating readers have pirated a handheld game

- 79% of participating readers have pirated a PC game. 79%!

Re the PC:

- 42% of you don't play any kind of MMO whatsoever.

- 78% of participating readers have bought games digitally.

- Steam dominates the digital download market amongst participating Kotaku readers

- Only 19% of you can play Crysis as nature intended.

- Only 6% of participating readers are PC snobs, 94% of you playing games on at least one other system.

- A lot more of you would take Valve over Blizzard.

Re Favorite Games:

- You prefer Mass Effect to Halo.

- Asking for "favourite franchise" on PC was a stupid idea.

- You prefer Zelda to Mario

- Smash Bros. is more popular a fighting game than Street Fighter amongst participating Kotaku readers.

- Modern Warfare 2 may have the sales records, but its predecessor is your favourite Call of Duty game.

Re the People:

- You play an astonishing variety of games.

- Nearly 60% of participating readers don't play any kind of sports game. That's surprising.

- 46% of you spend most of your time alone, with singleplayer games.

- Nearly half of participating readers have packed their music game instruments away, no longer playing games like Rock Band or Guitar Hero.

Full results can be found here.
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