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- n. Attributive form of electronic game
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The local government invited the toy factory -- which makes dolls, electronic-game consoles and other toys, mainly for export -- to set up shop in Shaoguan even though the city is mostly heavy industry.
Chief Executive Alan Mulally announced at the Consumer Electronics Show last month that the company wants to enhance its Sync electronic-entertainment system with the capability to create a personal avatar, similar to those on Wii electronic-game consoles.
An electronic-game founder committed suicide after killing his family.
This further broadens the scope of the Center's already unparalleled permanent collections of more than 20,000 electronic-game platforms, games, and related artifacts-the most comprehensive, public collection of its kind anywhere.
I don't usually like electronic-game stocks because popular titles flame out so quickly.