Now, new data from ICO Partners shows that the start of 2020 was a record-breaking six months despite Covid.
While 33% of dads rated "Improved relationship" as an unexpected joy of the lockdown, 43% rated "I've beaten my kids at video games" as the best result.
For a generic badlands, one that you don't know much about before being dropped into, which one of these dangerous items would you pick to have with you?
I think the results of this study into Netflix surprising at first, but it might be explained by how critical audiences are.
Rave Reviews crunched some stats around the most divisive movies and did it by the decade.
Do you consider yourself to be superstitious? Or do you trust science? Can you do both at once?
Wizards of the Coast have released a press release for European media to say so and in it is a large infographic to celebrate their best year.
I'm not a statistician (or even good at maths), but I'm surprised at the differences recorded given the volume of data here. Why are 10s twice as likely as 2s?
Do you think something science is yet to encounter might be frozen in Earth's ice? Do you think it might be dangerous?
71% of the people in Fanatical's survey considered themselves at the Collector level. On average, this segment of people owned 931 games.