Which of the following games should you download and why?

A new study says that gamers are more likely to get into trouble than non-gamers, and a lot of the time it’s for not being a good person.

 So it’s no wonder that a new survey found that only 28 percent of gamers were willing to be interviewed on game topics, according to The Atlantic.

And of those who were willing, half of them said they would use the survey to get a game banned.

In a press release, the survey’s authors wrote that gamers want answers, and they want to know what the hell is wrong with them.

The results of the survey will help game developers, publishers and game industry veterans better understand how to make the right choices for their games. 

The survey, which was conducted by a research company called Ipsos from October 23-29, has an average of 100 respondents.

It surveyed 3,049 people in the United States and Canada. 

It has a margin of error of +/- 1.2 percent.