As the Spanish-speaking population rises, the language is becoming increasingly visible in the U.S. video game market.
As reported by CNN/Money, a Microsoft press release notes that more than 200 games offering both English and Spanish are being offered nationwide. To mark the occasion, Microsoft is giving back to the community a bit. From the press release:
"Microsoft Corp. is making a donation for the benefit of Spanish-speaking and low-income families. Every community service center on Skid Row in Los Angeles and throughout Southern California operated by the nonprofit organization Para Los Ninos is being equipped with two Xbox 360 Arcade consoles that include five games, a wireless controller, a 256MB memory unit and parental controls to help parents or caregivers monitor use of the console."