FOSTER CITY, Calif. -- Supermarket video specialists expect little immediate impact from the instant sellout of 500,000 units of PlayStation 2, released on Oct. 26 from Sony Computer Entertainment America here. For now, specialists vary in their levels of commitment to PS2 game and deck rentals. "We definitely won't rent PS2 games until after Christmas," said Bill Glaseman, video specialist, Bashas', Chandler, Ariz., "and perhaps even later than that depending on how many units they get ...

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