Reports of the death of 16-bit video games have been greatly exaggerated, at least in supermarket video departments. At this week's E3 show in Los Angeles, the latest high-tech game systems will be the focus of attention. But back in the stores, it's the older-generation 16-bit games that will be adding big dollars to rental revenues. The buzz in the industry is that 16-bit is passe, yet retailers contacted by SN said rental activity of 16-bit software has been thriving -- and in some ...

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