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Game Sales Slowed In 2000, According to IDSA

<a href="http://www.idsa.com">The Interactive Digital Software Association (IDSA)</a> said that sales of video and computer games in the United States last year fell slightly from 1999.

Alex Dunne, Blogger

February 9, 2001

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Once again, the shortage of Playstation 2 consoles was cited as part of the reason industry revenues slowed down. For the year, the sales across all game platforms came in at $6.02 billion, off from the $6.1 billion in sales that the industry saw in 1999. This was the first time that industry games sales slipped since the IDSA first began tracking these numbers in 1994.

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Alex Dunne


Alex Dunne is the executive producer of Gamasutra.

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