CHICAGO -- The 16-bit video game version of "The Lion King" will be released to stores in time for the Christmas selling season, said Jeffrey Katzenberg, chairman of Walt Disney Studios, Burbank, Calif., at the Summer Consumer Electronics Show in June. The game, based on the hit movie now playing in theaters, was developed by Disney Software and Virgin Interactive Entertainment, Irvine, Calif. Disney collaborated with Virgin last year to develop the "Aladdin" game, which has sold 2 million ...

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