VIDEO GAMES SCORE HIGH IN STUDY

ATLANTA -- Video and computer games rank second only to television as a form of home entertainment, according to a consumer study commissioned by the Interactive Digital Software Association, Washington."Demand for entertainment software is growing across all segments of the market," said Douglas Lowenstein, the IDSA's president.The study showed that respondents spend an average of 15.4 hours a week

ATLANTA -- Video and computer games rank second only to television as a form of home entertainment, according to a consumer study commissioned by the Interactive Digital Software Association, Washington.

"Demand for entertainment software is growing across all segments of the market," said Douglas Lowenstein, the IDSA's president.

The study showed that respondents spend an average of 15.4 hours a week watching television, 7.4 hours playing video or computer games, 2.3 hours su

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