With new video gaming systems on the way again -- led by the impending entry of a new player, Microsoft Corp. of Redmond, Wash., into the market with its high-profile Xbox -- supermarket rentailers are starting to re-evaluate their game sections in anticipation of the changes. It's a perennial task for specialists. Unlike home video, where VHS long ago supplanted Beta as the tape format of choice (just as DVD has quickly succeeded the laser disc in that medium), the video game industry ...

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