We don't consider Mexico a tech-obsessed country, but according to a recent report by Americas News Intelligence, Mexico's video game industry will inflate to $US1 billion by 2010. Because so many Mexican young adults live with their parents until marriage, they develop disposable incomes. That money, when not being spent on [fill in American-nationalistic Mexican food stereotype fully based upon Americanised Mexican food]young men and women enjoy buying video games. Don't believe us? Then why did Nintendo spaz out on the country for piracy? Mexico Game Industry Nears $1B [via n4g]
Mexico's Game Industry Approaching $1 Billion
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