Hip hop and video games might seem like a logical combination, but the first stab at blending the two didn't go well -- to put it mildly.
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Despite declining sales so far this year, videogame publishers have eked out gains during recent quarters, with digital dollars boosting bottom lines.
The videogame industry expected November to be a good month, but it wound up being a record breaker.
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