Video game industry tailoring more offerings to female players
FARGO, N.D. - For years, video games have been marketed toward male players with ads that showcase unreal action sequences or alluring female figures guiding players through virtual worlds.
But as the video game industry expands its consumer base, some female gamers are feeling a little less ignored by an industry that has realized not only men play their games.
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