Although the overall video game business was down significantly in 1995, retailers responding to SN's fifth annual State of the Industry Report on Supermarket Video reported only a slight decrease in their game rental revenues. The video game industry is trying to upgrade consumers from 16-bit platforms like Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo to new, more powerful systems like Sony PlayStation, Sega Saturn and the yet- to-be released Nintendo Ultra 64. But good new game titles for the old ...

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