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Pornhub reveals which console's owners visited the most last year

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It's a dubious honor

Pornhub published its annual year in review stats, which tallies up all of the information you'd ever want to know about the world's porn-viewing habits in 2015. Among those details is a breakdown of which console saw the most traffic last year, seen in the following graph.

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PlayStation home console owners (presumably PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3, although it isn't specified) edged out Xbox users by a fair margin, robbing the latter console of the title it held in 2014. Not only are Xbox gamers spending less time on PornHub, but the percentage change from last year is the largest drop of any console.

Back in 2014, the Xbox saw a massive uptick in adult film viewership, posting a 70 percent change over 2013. PornHub doesn't have an explanation for the drop, even citing the crossplatform availability of Fallout 4 — which the site claimed slowed its traffic to a crawl the week of its November release — as to why Xbox and PlayStation viewership shouldn't be so dissimilar.

On the Nintendo front, fans of the Wii (curiously listed over the Wii U) and 3DS are still spending the least amount of time on Pornhub. There was an increase in porn watching across both consoles in 2015, albeit not as large of a jump as in 2014.

PlayStation Vita owners, too, seem to prefer playing games over watching porn on their handhelds and check out Pornhub even less frequently than in years past.

For those fascinated by the in-depth world of adult entertainment statistics, including both traffic numbers and popular search terms, Pornhub's round-up has all of the information you'll ever need on the subject. Its focus is not domestically limited, either, offering insight into what people around the world are most excited about (and by) watching. It's not stated whether the gaming stats are international or representative of American gamers, however.

Just like last year, we'll have to speculate on the habits of PC gamers, who have been ignored by the data gatherers yet again.