LOS ANGELES -- While sales of the current generation of video game console systems seem to have peaked, and some analysts are even projecting declines in the year ahead, advances in portable games announced at Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3 held here last month, continue to stoke the fires of the interactive entertainment business. Additionally, price cuts announced on two of the three major platforms will bring more sales and rentals of games for the platforms. Nintendo of America, ...
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