ATLANTA -- In a move likely to further stimulate the video game business, Nintendo of America, Redmond, Wash., has cut the prices on its game software. Following a price reduction of its Nintendo 64 hardware to $149.95 earlier this year, the company cut the costs to third-party game developers so software can be sold at suggested retails of about $69 and promoted for $59. This will make the cartridge-based Nintendo 64 software more competitive with the compact disc-based games of Sony ...

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