ATLANTA -- Playing video and computer games is second only to watching television in terms of time spent by consumers on home entertainment pursuits, according to a new survey from the Interactive Digital Software Association, Washington. The results of the study were reported during IDSA's Electronic Entertainment Expo, also known as the E3 Expo, which was held here late last month. The show drew 41,300 attendees, an 11% increase over last year, as well as 440 exhibitors occupying 534,000 ...

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