Computer games to out-sell music and video

For years they have been the preserve of spotty teenage boys sitting in darkened rooms, but computer games will this year out-sell music and video in the United Kingdom for the first time, according to a report released today.

As the music industry has been beset by piracy, and the price of DVDs has dwindled, the gaming market will grow by 42 per cent this year, and will be worth £4.6 billion in 2008, compared to £4.5 billion for music and video combined, Verdict Research said.

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