CHICAGO -- Retailers should expect little improvement from video game manufacturers on their erratic street date practices, said a panel of video distributors at the first Videogame and New Technology Conference put on by the Video Software Dealers Association here April 10 and 11. Game street dates that change often, and are frequently broken by other classes of trade, are one of the biggest difficulties video retailers have with the video game industry. Executives from six video ...
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