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Reader Feedback Reg Hardware is beefing up its games coverage, and we'd like to know what you think. We're already running regular games reviews and gaming hardware round-ups, but what else would you like to see?

We're keen to make sure we write about the games that you like to play, on the platforms you prefer - console or computer, mobile or fixed. We want our news stories and reviews to bring the info you need, the way you want it.

So please take a moment to fill in the questions below and let us know how you think Reg Hardware can cover games better.

1. Which gaming system(s) do you own / use?

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Wii PC
PSP DS
iPhone / iPad

2. How many hours a week do you play games?

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5-6 hours 7 and above

3. How many games do you buy a year?

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7-9 10 or more

4. What type of game do you like playing?

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Action RPG Adventure
Fighting FPS
Music RPG
Racing Shooter
Sports Strategy

5. Did you know Reg Hardware reviews video games?

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6. Which other sites do you read for game news and reviews?

computerandvideogames.com edge-online.com
gamesradar.com gamespot.com
ign.com kotaku.com
nowgamer.com pocketgamer.co.uk
totalvideogames.com Other

How do you think Reg Hardware could improve its gaming channel?

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