Knowing what we know about Japan, this figure doesn't feel too surprising. Our real, beating hearts go out to our broken-assed Japanese friends.
In Japan, Konami conducted a lifestyle survey of 500 men in their twenties, just releasing the results late last month. About 40 percent of these men said that they thought in-game love is something worth seeking out. About 20 percent of those polled actually want love with a videogame character.
And as for herbivore men, the type of guys who aren't into perusing girls, the majority of those polled, 63.8 percent, felt that they fell under that umbrella.
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