SPRINGDALE, Ark. -- Supermarkets in some areas of the country have yet to embrace the latest video-game formats, retailers told SN. "We're not on the East or West Coast, so we're a little slower to get it in here," said Craig Hill, video specialist, Harps Food Stores here. He said the newest game formats -- for Microsoft's Xbox and Nintendo's Game Cube, both of which were released during the holiday shopping seasons -- also have not been selling well at his competitors' stores. "Some of ...
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