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By Damian Joseph
Some 25 years ago the market for video games was fledgling and kid-centric. Today estimates put global annual sales of video games around $50 billion, with far higher year-over-year growth rates than its entertainment brethren—movies and music. Here's a look at the best-selling video games in the U.S. since 1995, according to data collected by NPD Market Research. The games are ranked in separate Top 10 lists for PCs and (starting with slide 12) consoles.