LAS VEGAS -- No one knows exactly what is going to happen next in the video game business. This new industry is in the midst of yet another "transitional" period as consumers decide which of a number of competing, noncompatible systems will replace 16-bit game cartridges as the technology of choice on the mass market. But while there is uncertainty in the market, supermarkets still can play an important role in video game rental and sales, game company executives told SN during the Winter ...

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