Video-Game Makers Discover a New, Older, Market A new survey by Harris Interactive finds that nearly one-third of the Baby Boomers polled would like to find a video-game system underneath the tree this year. The number of graying gamers is growing, and game makers are taking notice.
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Video-Game Makers Discover a New, Older, Market

Video-Game Makers Discover a New, Older, Market

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Sandra Newton, 61, plays Guild Wars in her home in Austin, Texas. Alex Cohen, NPR hide caption

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Sandra Newton, 61, plays Guild Wars in her home in Austin, Texas.

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The buxom Dydia Fayrefire is Sandra Newton's gamer alter-ego in the online role-playing game Guild Wars. Guild Wars hide caption

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The buxom Dydia Fayrefire is Sandra Newton's gamer alter-ego in the online role-playing game Guild Wars.

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