Video game homes topped 45 mil in '06

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The number of U.S. households with video game systems reached 45.7 million during 2006, which represents an 18% increase in the past two years, Nielsen Media Research reported. "The video game console has become a major player in the battle for the living room," said Jeff Herrmann, vp of Nielsen wireless and interactive services. The company's "State of the Console" report also finds that more than 148 million people had access to at least one console system in their home, including two-thirds of all males between the ages of 18 and 34.
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