LOS ANGELES -- Under siege from all sides, the video-game industry took advantage of the national spotlight during the Electronic Entertainment Expo here to defend itself against its critics. E3 drew 55,000 people this month, an increase of about 33% over the previous year's event in Atlanta. There was a visible increase in the number of national media due in part to a three-day White House conference prior to E3 that addressed violence in the media, including video games. This came amid ...

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