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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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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?

1-3 4-6
7-9 10 or more

4. What type of game do you like playing?

All Action
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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