TOKYO -- Sony Computer Entertainment has announced specifications and other plans for the next generation of its highly successful PlayStation set-top video-game platform. making it the leading game platform. The new unit will be "backward compatible," or able to play software designed for the first game platform, according to Sony. The new PlayStation will compete with the Nintendo 64 system, now on the market, and the Sega Dreamcast system, which has not been released in this country ...

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