Media Create: Japan Most Satisfied With Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker

By Spencer . December 7, 2010 . 1:37am


Media Create does more than calculate weekly sales. They also compile satisfaction surveys for video games into useful data. Their title report card for games looks at three factors: expectations before playing a game (blue square), a satisfaction score after (red circle), and if a user will purchase the next title in a series (green triangle).


This charts covers games released between January 2010 to the end of October 2010. According to the users they polled, Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker had the highest user satisfaction. Dragon Quest Monsters Joker 2 came in at number two and Hatsune Miku: Project Diva 2nd took the third place spot.


It’s interesting to note that the top three games for player satisfaction are all portable titles.

  • I’m wondering what’s the game on the far right of the chart. The difference between expectations before playing the game and after is like heaven and hell.

    • neocatzon

      that one made me curious too plus the game number 10 from the left, did it got the 4th place?

      • Looks like the expectations were low, but the final experience was satisfying. Now you’re making me interested in that game

  • tubers

    Time to play some peace walker later xD

  • PrinceHeir

    hell yeah i love Peace Walker :D

    hopefully they make a Peace Walker like game but on the PS3. can you imagine players around the world joining your army of rebels and such? that would be awesome :)

    • neocatzon

      and imagine they enter your love cardbox XD

      • PrinceHeir

        hell yeah :D

        now imagine an army of tank cardboard boxes with. with the Ambulance Box roaming around. that would be awesome :D

  • I love MGS:PW… gotta catch em all!

  • d19xx

    I’m surprised Shooter Gear Solid: Peace Walker has high satisfaction rating. I wonder when will Kojima make a real Metal Gear follow up….

    • FireCouch

      You must be playing the game completely wrong.

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