Super profitable Mario

Monday, April 14, 2008

The worsening economy is shaking apart industries like the housing market, with few winners. There is a superstar, however, when the economy sputters: video game makers.
In 2007, video game sales neared $19 billion, showing no signs of slowing. Why? Destructoid.com's Nick Chester says grandma — and her Wii — could be one reason. Guest: Nick Chester, Editor-in-Chief, Destructoid.com

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Leo Duran

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