The number of U.S. consumers who at least occasionally play traditional video games has fallen...
Wednesday, September 5, 2012, 6:41 PM ETThe number of U.S. consumers who at least occasionally play traditional video games has fallen 5% this year to 211.5M, estimates NPD, as casual gamers continue shifting their attention to mobile devices and social gaming platforms. That helps explain why the industry's U.S. sales data has been so dismal (though aging consoles aren't helping either). (mobile gaming session growth) (PopCap survey)
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