E3 trendspotting: Game publishers turning more to girl gamers

With the influx of fresh new gamers, thanks in large part to the popularity of mass-market game machines, the DS and the Wii, more game companies than ever are jumping on the girl gamer bandwagon. Practically every booth at this year's E3 Media and Business Summit this year had something to offer for female gamers of various demographics.

The breadth of games ranged from Nintendo DS titles like Namco Bandai's "National Geographic Panda" and Legacy Interactive's "Zoo Vet Endangered Animals" to Wii titles like Electronic Arts' "Littlest Pet Shop" (pictured above, also available on Nintendo DS) and "Boogie: Superstar."

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