You may have fond memories of playing games on the family TV as a kid, but the next generation might not feel the same way. The NPD Group has published a report showing that more 2- to 17-year-olds in the US are playing games on phones and tablets (63 percent) than on consoles (60 percent). That may not sound like a big gap, but it was only two years ago that consoles captured 67 percent of young eyeballs. They’re playing more often on those mobile devices, too, at an average 6 hours per week. And sorry, PC gamers, your platform of choice isn’t as popular as it once was. Computer gaming has fallen from a heady 67 percent adoption back in 2013 to 45 percent today.