LOS ANGELES -- Driven by an aging and expanding customer base and new technology platforms that meet their diverse interests, video games are on the verge of unprecedented growth. That was the message delivered by Douglas Lowenstein, president of the Interactive Digital Software Association, Washington, during the trade group's recent Electronic Entertainment Expo here, which is also known as E3. Citing numbers from investment banker, Jefferies & Co., New York, Lowenstein told an E3 ...

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