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We want to give you even more of what you love, so come fill out our quick survey

Well, hello there! If you’re looking at this, we’re guessing videogames, gaming hardware, or even checking out Twitch streams of some of the best PC games are your thing. That, or you’ve stumbled across us in your search to find out what this Dragon Age thing is that everyone keeps talking about. Either way, it’s likely games are on your radar.

If the above (mainly the first three) apply to you, then we’d love to get to know you better. We want to find out more about what you love to play, as well as your gaming habits and preferences – so, we’re running a survey! It comes from our parent company, Network N, and the idea is to find out what gets users of the network – that means you – fired up within the game industry. Tell us what you really enjoy.

The survey won’t take very long to complete (probably around 5-10 minutes), and will touch on some wider topics, like your consumption of pop culture more generally, so we can get an idea of what floats your boat.

Even if you don’t consider yourself a games or hardware fan, you can still take the survey if you like! Much of it might not apply to you, that’s all. We’ve included the survey below so you can hop right in if you’d like to take it:

If really none of the above applies to you then, well, thank you for taking the time to get this far into something so unrelated to your interests, and welcome to PCGamesN! We have tons of great stuff to read, so please do make yourself at home and have a look around.

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