Lauren Ingegneri has junked her game consoles and gone mobile. Instead of firing up her PlayStation or Nintendo Wii, the 27-year-old patent lawyer whips out her iPhone for instant access to her own portable arcade of games. The swift migration of gamers such as Ingegneri from consoles to smartphones and tablets is causing a tectonic shift in the video game industry that has hit a burgeoning sector of the Massachusetts economy especially hard.
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