Probably old news, but I just stumbled across this: Get Your Board Game Motivation Profile.
Hmm, so I appear to thrive on conflict but rather play by myself. LOL. Wonder how I can accomplish that! Esp when you read below about the secondary aspect: even funnier.
It's a fun little thing but I wouldn't say perfect. It did nail a few things and miss a couple. For instance, I consider myself primarily a social gamer BUT I hate party games (and yes, I pretty much throw the baby out with the bathwater when it comes to party games): which is why I think my social result ended up so low. Strategy appears to be a little misleading. Reading the description, it appears this is an issue with complexity and length of games, which is pretty spot on despite the fact I pretty require a strong strategic aspect to my games. Conflict it absolutely nailed though.
There are some interesting secondary motivations for each category too. Under conflict it's social manipulation which I scored a 93% on. LOL, So very true. For fantasy, aesthetics is a secondary motivation for which I got a 92% and agree with.
Btw, here is the video game one and my results: Get Your [Video] Gamer Motivation Profile
For video games, I would pretty much agree with the results.