PlayStation owners more faithful 6 November 2009 09:06:25
PlayStation gaming fans are more likely to be faithful to their partners than those who do not own a games console, it has been revealed.
According to a nationwide survey of more than 1,500 UK men aged between 16 and 30, those who don't like consoles have more time on their hands and are subsequently more likely to cheat on their partners.
The study, conducted by website PS3Pricecompare.co.uk, revealed that only one in five gamers had been unfaithful in a relationship, compared to more than half of non-gamers.
Mike Elsmore, head developer of the site, said: "I suppose gamers either just don't have the time or the motivation to go out and cheat, as most of them would prefer to spend their leisure time at home with their consoles."
Earlier this month, it was reported that 3D games will soon "explode" into the mainstream, along with those that do not use standard controllers.
Following in the footsteps of the Nintendo Wii, both Sony and Microsoft intend to launch motion controllers for their current-gen consoles next year.
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