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EEDAR's list of top 20 most influential game media sites


12:45 PM on 10.12.2011
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EEDAR asked HD-owning console gamers in America what were their most influential videogame media outlets.  We have the top twenty from their data. I'm very happy to see that Destructoid makes that list. We're not at the top yet, though. That honor goes to these top five:

  1. GameSpot
  2. GameInformer
  3. IGN
  4. GameTrailers
  5. G4TV

EEDAR says that this survey was part of a much larger survey that they conduct every year to measure trends in the DLC markets.

We have some really nice infographics after the jump for you from EEDAR. They show fun information: I love how PC Magazine completely owns Alaska.

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EEDAR's list of top 20 most influential game media sites  photo





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