LOS ANGELES -- Another big platform transition is on its way for the video-game category, with the industry hoping that it will be smoother than the last one. Prior to the Electronic Entertainment Expo here, May 13 to 15, Nintendo of America, Redmond, Wash., announced plans for an advanced generation system it has code-named "Dolphin." This follows announcements by Sony Computer Entertainment, Foster City, Calif., that it will debut PlayStation 2 in March of next year, and by Sega of ...

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