Poll - Gaming Coverage?
Would you like ANN to cover gaming related news? (Please note, this is an exploratory poll, a significant yes vote will not result in an immediate addition of gaming coverage. ANN would only cover anime related games such as Inuyasha: Feudal Combat.
|Yes, please report on and review anime related games.||282 (66.7%)|
|I don't care about gaming coverage as long as it does not detract from your coverage of other material.||72 (17.0%)|
|Please report on, but do not review anime related games.||43 (10.2%)|
|Please review, but do not report on anime related games.||14 (3.3%)|
|I'm really against ANN covering games, even if it doesn't detract from the other coverage.||12 (2.8%)|
|Total number of votes:||423|
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