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A new study projects next-generation console sales will top 50 million units by 2004. The 700-page DFC Intelligence report, title "The U.S. Market for Videogames and Inte...
A new study projects next-generation console sales will top 50 million units by 2004. The 700-page DFC Intelligence report, title "The U.S. Market for Videogames and Interactive Entertainment," forecasts U.S. revenues for interactive entertainment will exceed $11 billion by 2002. "We believe that over the next few years consumers will be spending a great deal of money on video and computer games. However, there is still a great deal of uncertainty about exactly which game systems will do well," said DFC President David Cole.

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