After obtaining court victories in several states against bans on video games deemed violent or sexually explicit, the industry is running up the score by collecting $1.5 million in attorney fees.

The Entertainment Software Association (ESA), a Washington, D.C.-based trade group representing computer and video game publishers, has filed all but one of the suits seeking to overturn new laws that ban the sale of violent or sexually explicit video games to minors.

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