We're a day late with posting this and then the Review Round-Up, but that's okay. Absence makes the heart grow fonder and all that. Anywho, let's look at the results for April's Central City Census before we move onto this month's question.
The question that was posed asked how often you trade in your games. Close to half of the 115 votes said that they never trade in their games, regardless of how poor they are. Perhaps you guys make better and more well-informed purchasing decisions than the rest of us. Good for you! Seriously. Only 21 folks said that they either trade in their games always, more often than not, or trade in half of what they buy. For me, personally, I trade in the ones I don't see myself playing again, or ones that didn't resonate with me. I always keep the popular titles and ones that I will play in the future. Otherwise, I use those games to trade for others on sites like GameTZ, for instance. Now, that we have reviewed the results, let's see what May's census brings.
There are so many consoles available since the start of the gaming industry way back when. May's Central City Census asks how many home consoles you have currently hooked up. They can be in one room, a multitude of rooms-- just how many you have in your household. The poll will close at the end of the month.