NEW YORK -- New research may bode well for the potential of video games in supermarkets. Jupiter Research here issued a report this month that identified opportunities for more games selling at lower price points, as well as games that better serve females, especially teenage girls. If either trend developed, it would benefit supermarkets, industry observers said. "If the retail is lower, customers will go ahead and purchase a game," said Brenda Vanover, director of video operations, ...
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