Japanese players have long been a big part of the gaming scene.
They play games at home, and on the go.
They spend hours on the couch playing with friends, and sometimes even on the road.
But a recent survey of gamers found that they’re still playing in ways that aren’t what you’d expect.
The survey of 1,300 gamers who play video games in Japan found that a large majority are playing for fun.
And a majority of them are not going to be spending much money to upgrade their gaming systems.
In fact, a majority say they would rather spend money on new games instead of upgrading.
In other words, the Japanese gaming community is a very different one than the one you might expect.
But the survey also showed that the same survey that found gamers to be a big spenders of virtual goods, video games, and accessories, also found that the Japanese gamers who spend more are also the most satisfied gamers.
And those satisfaction levels are higher than the average Japanese gamer.
The findings were published on Thursday by the survey’s executive director, Hiroshi Yoshimura, who also served as the CEO of Japanese gaming giant Bandai Namco.
Yoshimura also said that the survey has a high accuracy rate of about 60%.
And according to him, that’s not just because the respondents were Japanese.
The video game survey also found a big divide between the Japanese and Western gamers.
Japanese gamers are the most likely to buy online-only games, while Western gamers are more likely to play online-exclusive games.
The survey also said the Japanese are more comfortable with online-specific games than the Western gamers, even though Japanese gamers tend to prefer online-based games.
In a separate report, Yoshimura said that in the near future, the online gaming market will likely grow much larger than the current number of players.
“We are currently in a position where we will be able to offer online services for gamers in both Japan and the rest of the world,” he said.
“However, in the long run, we are hoping that the demand for online services will be greater in both countries, so that online services could become the norm in the future.”
In the meantime, it seems that Japanese gamers have their sights set on a new and bigger frontier in gaming.
In a recent report, Nintendo also announced that it will release a console with the “next generation of games” in 2020.
And that console will be called NX.
Nintendo also has plans to release a game that will allow players to experience VR with their smartphones.
This technology will allow the user to “see” virtual objects in real life.
The NX will be unveiled during a Nintendo event on December 16 in Tokyo, Japan.