SPRINGDALE, Ark. -- Harp's Food Stores has successfully introduced the new Sega Dreamcast video game system to nine of its 20 video rental departments, said Craig Hill, video specialist. The chain has the software in 9 stores and rents hardward in four of those departments. "Dreamcast is here and, knock on wood, it seems to be doing really well for us," he said. The roll-out coincided with the Sept. 9 national launch of the new game system, reaching all the stores within a week, he said. ...

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