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The biggest gap between men and women among younger gamers is smaller than the difference between the youngest and oldest men in our data. I am living proof of the study. We described the experience as being like modern day chess. We think this is happening for 2 reasons. Then when I got married and had kids I have much less free time so when I do play games now, i often try and combine it with time with my wife. The data also showed that there is a fairly consistent gender difference in Strategy, with men indicating a higher enjoyment of Strategy in gaming compared with women independent of age. I was never very competitive, perhaps because I never had especially good hand-eye coordination. I also like games I can get into and out of quickly Destiny, The Division. After all, there may be generational cohort effects that are separate from the effects of aging. Every great player was over 30 I found out. I would say, though, that my already meager level of competitiveness has probably declined over the years. In our framework, Competition is the appeal of competing with other players in duels, matches, or team-vs-team scenarios. In both the gamer and game research communities, we talk a lot about how men and women like different kinds of games or what games for women ought to look like. No meeting in park or library to battle. I for one find myself perhaps in my prime of strategy. When I was young I played all sorts of games. When transitioning from 5hr raids to games which can be played in smaller chunks, you need to factor in experience ie burnout as well as pure age I suspect. You might think that strategic gameplay appeals more to older gamers than young gamers, but we found that the appeal of Strategy is the most stable motivation overall. Thanks for all the hard work. Your findings prove again that this path needs to be treaded carefully and as always, learning design should be taking the audience in consideration. And so are many other gamers who, like me, grew up with video games and have no plans to ever stop gaming. I spend less time with games and I lose interest in games much quicker than back in 80s and 90s but I am ok with that. In the post, I was definitely emphasizing the effect size difference more. The gender difference in Competition is large at first among younger gamers, but then disappears with age. As gamers get older, the appeal of Competition declines, but this happens more rapidly for men than for women. My preferences have actually not changed a ton over the years. RPGs and adventure games like Zork were my favorites when I was a kid, and I still spend more time on single-player RPGs than on any other class kind of game. Everything is homogenized so everyone uses the same armor, sword, spell or gun and if you do not use that one your a noob. I wonder about the interpretation that age is a greater determinant of the variance of Competition than gender is. Want to see how you compare with other gamers? In regards to mostly pure strategy, old guys kick butt though! I am a multiplayer gamer on the border at 33 and enjoy the social interaction. I still play the occasional single player arcade style game but the thought of wading through a narrative driven, cut scene heavy game as a content tourist is a complete turn off for me. I have watched gaming change over the year and am not sure so much if what I enjoy from gaming has changed or gaming itself has changed. Fair point on interpretation. As I have gotten older the groups I have formed have changed greatly from a sense of desire in dominating opponents to a more collaborative, project goal driven, environment. She is not such a game and so takes much longer to get good at a new game than me so competitive games are no fun for either of us — the best times have been had playing co-operative games e. Not that you are one, but I imagine a shut-in or person with mobility issues wheelchair, cane, etc.

When I first started running large online surveys of gamers in the days of EverQuest, I was a year-old undergrad psych major.

With less time, I find it easier to be good at strategy games as they have lower burden of mechanical skills.

Loved strategy all my life. Incidentally: why are so few multiplayer games designed to accommodate players of vastly different skill levels? Pixel Junk Monsters, Little big planet or ones with a big story that are as fun to watch as play Heavy Rain. My son plays attacker and my daughter and I take turns defending. In other words, the changes in motivations after age 35 are consistent with how motivations are changing prior to age But enough about us and our data. Now I prefer a great solo game or co-op with my close friends a lot more. I was never much of a competitive gamer, although I do enjoy playing competitive games with friends. Would love to learn more about your polling methods in the future. In our data, we found that, overall, motivations decline with age. I must be an outlier. The online MMO and RTS was a perfect fit for us to get off work, take care of domestic duties and then play an hour or two with minds from around the world and build friendships in the process. That is, for younger players, gender is a determinant in playing of Competitive gamers, but for older players, Competitive games are played at equally low levels by both genders. With age comes wisdom or at least many game overs. Game such as this years RB6S allows us all 3 to takes turns having fun. Team based strategy is great. Like other commenters, I prefer games that can be consumed in shorter doses, which is a change from when I was a young adult and would take a few days off work when a new Final Fantasy came out. I can see some of myself in these results: all those hours in EUIV have to be explained by something. I used to play a lot of competitive games with my friends when I was younger mostly other men. And that average will keep rising as the first gamer generation gets older. Using other engaging game design techniques in online and blended learning, such as storytelling and personal discovery appeals to a larger audience. I mean, it is of course true, as the data indicates — but it might be more useful to express these as cohorts. Mature students and slightly older employees may not be enticed by these tactics for inner motivation. Hi Marshall — Great question. In fact I would be interested in exploring age and gaming more deeply with mmorpgs. The generational cohort effects are difficult to quantify and control for unfortunately. In research psychology jargon, they would describe it as a significant interaction effect of gender and age on competition. So age in fact explains a bigger portion of the variance in Competition than gender does. According to the ESA , the average gamer is now 35 years old. That includes MMOs with easily definable micro-goals crafting, a dungeon, a few nearby quests , epsiodic games Tales from the Borderlands, The Walking Dead , and even lobby-based games Mechwarrior Online, Rocket League. I am still very active in the gamer world, professionally and privately. Thanks for bringing that up! Every time I convince myself to shell out money for a single player action title I end up regretting it because I lose interest after a few game sessions. We then looked for the motivation that changed the least with age. As getting married, having kids, graduated and start working, there is just not much time left for gaming. Especially those who play in their 50s and 60s. I was and still am a huge fan of role play gaming. How does your study control for the fact that gamers of different ages grew up playing different styles of games, and that this may affect their preferences more than their age? Take a 5-minute survey and get your own Gamer Motivation Profile. I enjoy shooters but mostly when they have a story and some sort of strategy behind them others than quick reflexes. Since that kind of research takes decades, the cross-sectional data, imperfect as it is, gives us the best clues as to how gaming motivations change with age. I might stuck longer to those who gave me a social and competitive element. The groups have also become more diverse in sex and ethnicity. I must say I did not focus on competitive games I just played them all. And the larger problem is that even if we did actual longitudinal tracking of the same gamers over time, we would still only have one cohort in the oldest bucket and no one else to compare them with. Now I do not play competitive games any more. I was never into competitive gaming but used to enjoy, and still do enjoy, a good couch co-op experience. I have personally noticed a difference in gaming over the years. Great study, thanks! Great study Nick! Among the 12 motivations we measure in our model, the interest in Competition changes the most with age. At 53 this year I have been gaming on computers in some form for 39 years. The stable linear trends across the 4 decades of data seem to be better explained by age. The same is true for preference for solo play as opposed to highly social play. I love gaming and cannot see ever leaving it. In our model, Strategy is the enjoyment of gameplay that requires careful decision-making and planning. Thus, their overall gaming profiles might appear deflated, but the relative order of their motivations would still be revealing. These findings are based on cross-sectional data, and we comment on this potential risk in the second-to-last paragraph. As a 42 year old male, I used to prefer long, drawn out RPGs, but now I find that I gravitate more towards games that can be worked on in smaller doses.