LOS ANGELES -- A series of dramatic announcements at the Electronic Entertainment Expo here, May 11 to 13, brought the future of the video games business into focus. The games business has been seen by many to be in a transitional period -- with the old 16-bit systems phased out and replaced by newer technologies. However, no one has known exactly what the new systems would be, how much they would cost and which would succeed. All this changed with two major surprises revealed during E3 ...
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