The video game business is in for momentous change in the months ahead. The direction for this change may be established as consumers make their choices of new products in the fourth quarter. While most game rental revenues in supermarkets will continue to come from the older 16-bit Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis technology, retailers will start to see new opportunities arising from three key product developments: The Sega Saturn platform that was introduced to the market in the spring, ...

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