As the Sony PlayStation and Nintendo 64 video game formats reach maturity, retailers are seeing a resurgence in rentals, according to participants in SN's sixth annual state-of-the-industry video roundtable. Game rentals of these two systems are strong and, in some cases, the retailers continue to see movement on the older 16-bit game systems, Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo. "Nintendo 64 and PlayStation are doing the best, but we are still renting the older 16-bit," said Brenda Vanover, ...

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