341TrueWiiMasterSat 5th Feb 2011 @slapshot-Like I said, there ARE people out there over 30 who still buy games (it's not too unusual), but generally that number is dwarfed by the number of people under 20. That's all I was saying. It is to be expected that toys (which basically all games are meant to be) sell better to kids, after all (not that there's anything wrong with an adult playing with a toy...).Also, even though they own PS3's, how many of these other about 30 year old people buy enough games for Sony to really profit? Kids (again, people 0-24) tend to buy TONS of games as they do not yet have many serious expenses, and have parents willing to buy them expensive stuff. Particularly at launch, Sony wasn't looking for people to buy the system and then only 1 or 2 games. That would probably only cover the loss they took at the beginning. In order to make a real profit off of those original PS3's they needed people to fill up a shelf with new games. I am the TrueWiiMaster! Those who call the Wii casual BEWARE!