Disney’s “Star War” video-game has become the best-designed video game ever, a new study claims.
The research firm conducted a study with more than 1,000 people from more than 30 countries who rated its user-experience features and how much they liked the overall experience.
They then asked how much the company should invest in its user experience.
“We have seen a lot of innovation come from video games in the past, but none quite like this,” said Pewdiepus’ research director, Sarah G. Mays.
“It has everything to do with the way we use technology, how we design games, and the way users experience games.”
The report found that the Disney-owned studio’s “Game of Thrones” and “Star Trek: Bridge Crew” games were both top performers, with a total score of 7 out of 10.
That said, there were other standout results.
“Star Citizen,” “Starfox Adventures,” “Tiny Tower” and a new game “Halo: Spartan Assault” were all named the best game experiences of 2016.
Other notable game winners included “Minecraft” (4 out of 5), “DuckTales Remastered” (3 out of 4), “The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword” (2 out of 3), “World of Warcraft” (1 out of 2), “Worms Battlegrounds” (no rating) and “Pokemon Go” (0 out of 1).
The study said it was interesting to see how much people loved the games.
“Star Wars: Battlefront II was the most-loved game of the year among adults, with 57 percent of people saying they were very or somewhat happy,” Mays said.
“Disney’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens was second with 51 percent of those polled saying they felt happy, but there were some differences in the ratings across ages.
Younger adults were more likely to say they were happy with the game, while older adults were slightly less likely to be satisfied with the experience.
There were also smaller age differences in how many people said they were satisfied or dissatisfied with the video game experience.”