Nintendo System Uses Cartridges of America's next generation video game system will use high-capacity cartridges and not compact discs, said Peter Main, vice president of marketing. The new 64-bit system, code-named "Project Reality," will debut in arcades this fall and will be in stores sometime in 1995. It will be priced under $250, he said. Nintendo is developing the system with Silicon Graphics, San Francisco. The company apparently decided against CD-ROM (compact disc-read only ...

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