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  •  - Visitors wearing Lego toy costumes pose at the Polymanga show in Lausanne

    Visitors wearing Lego toy costumes pose at the Polymanga show in Lausanne

    Posted: 4/7/2012 10:57:39 AM EST
    Visitors wearing Lego toy costumes pose at the Polymanga show in Lausanne, April 7, 2012. Polymanga is the largest manga, anime, video games and pop culture convention in Switzerland gathering over 16,000 visitors over three days at the Palais de Beaulieu in Lausanne. REUTERS/Valentin Flauraud (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
  •  - Cosplay enthusiasts wait backstage before performing at the Polymanga show in Lausanne

    Cosplay enthusiasts wait backstage before performing at the Polymanga show in Lausanne

    Posted: 4/7/2012 10:56:17 AM EST
    Cosplay enthusiasts wait backstage before performing at the Polymanga show in Lausanne April 7, 2012. Polymanga is the largest manga, anime, video games and pop culture convention in Switzerland gathering over 16,000 visitors over three days at the Palais de Beaulieu in Lausanne. REUTERS/Valentin Flauraud (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
  •  - A sign outside a Game store is seen in central London

    A sign outside a Game store is seen in central London

    Posted: 3/26/2012 10:25:46 AM EST
    A sign outside a Game store is seen in central London March 26, 2012. Struggling British video games retailer Game said on Monday it has entered administration, becoming the latest household name to fall by the wayside in the consumer downturn. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS)
  •  - U.S. President Barack Obama buys video games at Best Buy in Alexandria

    U.S. President Barack Obama buys video games at Best Buy in Alexandria

    Posted: 12/21/2011 2:13:13 PM EST
    U.S. President Barack Obama buys video games at Best Buy in Alexandria, Virginia December 21, 2011. Obama was in Alexandria doing some Christmas shopping and stopped in a pizzeria for lunch. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
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    Posted: 12/3/2011 1:55:47 AM EST
    FILE - This undated photo provided by the Summit County Sheriff Department in Ohio shows Richard J. Beasley. By one account, Richard Beasley was a devoted mentor to a 16-year-old high school junior, taking him to church almost weekly, going fishing, playing video games and involving him in volunteer work. But the teenager?s mother paints another picture of Beasley _ that of a man who threatened her son and who once said that he knew where the teen lived and that ?I know where your mother lives.? Whatever the nature of the relationship, it apparently ended this month after the teen was charged with attempted murder in a scheme that police say lured applicants for a phony Craigslist job posting into deadly robberies. (AP Photo/Summit County Sheriff Department, File)
  •  - Visitors play video games during a visit at the Paris Games Week show in Paris

    Visitors play video games during a visit at the Paris Games Week show in Paris

    Posted: 10/21/2011 7:59:25 AM EST
    Visitors play video games during a visit at the Paris Games Week show in Paris October 21, 2011. The Paris Games Week will run from October 21 to October 25. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
  •  - Visitors play video games during a visit at the Paris Games Week show

    Visitors play video games during a visit at the Paris Games Week show

    Posted: 10/21/2011 7:40:23 AM EST
    Visitors play video games during a visit at the Paris Games Week show October 21, 2011. The Paris Games Week will run from October 21 to October 25. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
  •  - Visitors play video games during a visit at the Paris Games Week show

    Visitors play video games during a visit at the Paris Games Week show

    Posted: 10/21/2011 7:39:30 AM EST
    Visitors play video games during a visit at the Paris Games Week show October 21, 2011. The Paris Games Week will run from October 21 to October 25. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
  •  - Visitors play video games during a visit at the Paris Games Week show

    Visitors play video games during a visit at the Paris Games Week show

    Posted: 10/21/2011 7:39:07 AM EST
    Visitors play a rowing race with Wii games during a visit at the Paris Games Week show October 21, 2011. The Paris Games Week will run from October 21 to October 25. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
  •  - Boys play video games in the alleyways of a market in Bhutan's capital Thimphu

    Boys play video games in the alleyways of a market in Bhutan's capital Thimphu

    Posted: 10/9/2011 11:44:40 AM EST
    Boys play video games in the alleyways of a market in Bhutan's capital Thimphu October 9, 2011. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (BHUTAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
  •  - A visitor plays with a 'Playstation' at an exhibition stand at the Gamescom 2009 fair in Cologne

    A visitor plays with a 'Playstation' at an exhibition stand at the Gamescom 2009 fair in Cologne

    Posted: 9/28/2011 8:49:32 AM EST
    A visitor plays with a 'Playstation' at an exhibition stand at the Gamescom 2009 fair in Cologne August 22, 2009. U.S. companies will spend nearly $200 billion this year on targeted media such as direct mail, text messages or product placement in video games in a major push to concentrate on narrow, valuable groups of consumers, a new study shows. REUTERS/Ina FAssbender
  •  - A visitor plays with a 'Playstation' at an exhibition stand at the Gamescom 2009 fair in Cologne

    A visitor plays with a 'Playstation' at an exhibition stand at the Gamescom 2009 fair in Cologne

    Posted: 9/28/2011 8:49:10 AM EST
    A visitor plays with a 'Playstation' at an exhibition stand at the Gamescom 2009 fair in Cologne August 22, 2009. U.S. companies will spend nearly $200 billion this year on targeted media such as direct mail, text messages or product placement in video games in a major push to concentrate on narrow, valuable groups of consumers, a new study shows. REUTERS/Ina FAssbender
  •  - A visitor plays with a 'Playstation' at an exhibition stand at the Gamescom 2009 fair in Cologne

    A visitor plays with a 'Playstation' at an exhibition stand at the Gamescom 2009 fair in Cologne

    Posted: 9/28/2011 8:14:29 AM EST
    A visitor plays with a 'Playstation' at an exhibition stand at the Gamescom 2009 fair in Cologne August 22, 2009. U.S. companies will spend nearly $200 billion this year on targeted media such as direct mail, text messages or product placement in video games in a major push to concentrate on narrow, valuable groups of consumers, a new study shows. REUTERS/Ina FAssbender
  •  - A visitor plays with a 'Playstation' at an exhibition stand at the Gamescom 2009 fair in Cologne

    A visitor plays with a 'Playstation' at an exhibition stand at the Gamescom 2009 fair in Cologne

    Posted: 9/28/2011 8:14:10 AM EST
    A visitor plays with a 'Playstation' at an exhibition stand at the Gamescom 2009 fair in Cologne August 22, 2009. U.S. companies will spend nearly $200 billion this year on targeted media such as direct mail, text messages or product placement in video games in a major push to concentrate on narrow, valuable groups of consumers, a new study shows. REUTERS/Ina FAssbender
  •  - A visitor plays with a 'Playstation' at an exhibition stand at the Gamescom 2009 fair in Cologne

    A visitor plays with a 'Playstation' at an exhibition stand at the Gamescom 2009 fair in Cologne

    Posted: 9/28/2011 8:13:49 AM EST
    A visitor plays with a 'Playstation' at an exhibition stand at the Gamescom 2009 fair in Cologne August 22, 2009. U.S. companies will spend nearly $200 billion this year on targeted media such as direct mail, text messages or product placement in video games in a major push to concentrate on narrow, valuable groups of consumers, a new study shows. REUTERS/Ina FAssbender
  •  - Visitors walk past the exhibition stand of Electronic Arts at the Gamescom 2010 fair in Cologne

    Visitors walk past the exhibition stand of Electronic Arts at the Gamescom 2010 fair in Cologne

    Posted: 9/21/2011 6:10:53 PM EST
    Visitors walk past the exhibition stand of Electronic Arts (EA) at the Gamescom 2010 fair in Cologne August 18, 2010. The Gamescom convention, Europe's largest video games trade fair, runs from August 18 to August 22. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender
  •  - Visitors walk past the exhibition stand of Electronic Arts at the Gamescom 2010 fair in Cologne

    Visitors walk past the exhibition stand of Electronic Arts at the Gamescom 2010 fair in Cologne

    Posted: 9/21/2011 6:09:04 PM EST
    Visitors walk past the exhibition stand of Electronic Arts (EA) at the Gamescom 2010 fair in Cologne August 18, 2010. The Gamescom convention, Europe's largest video games trade fair, runs from August 18 to August 22. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender
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    Posted: 9/13/2011 1:05:48 PM EST
    Nintendo President Satoru Iwata speaks during a news conference at a convention center in Tokyo, Japan, Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2011. The Japanese video game maker is readying an array of video games for the holidays in an aggressive attempt at catch-up for lost time from the sales delay of the 3DS portable machine last year. (AP Photo/Itsuo Inouye)
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    Posted: 9/13/2011 1:05:48 PM EST
    Nintendo President Satoru Iwata speaks during a news conference at a convention center in Tokyo, Japan, Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2011. The Japanese video game maker is readying an array of video games for the holidays in an aggressive attempt at catch-up for lost time from the sales delay of the 3DS portable machine last year. (AP Photo/Itsuo Inouye)
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    Posted: 9/13/2011 1:05:48 PM EST
    Nintendo President Satoru Iwata, standing in front of an image of a pink-color model of the 3DS portable to woo women users, speaks during a news conference at a convention center in Tokyo, Japan, Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2011. Nintendo is readying an array of video games for the holidays in an aggressive attempt at catch-up for lost time from the sales delay of the 3DS portable machine last year. (AP Photo/Itsuo Inouye)