LOS ANGELES -- Caught between an explosion of new technology and record-breaking sales, supermarkets and other retailers are facing a transition year in the interactive-entertainment business, said industry observers attending the Electronic Entertainment Expo here, May 11 to 13. In contrast to last year's E3 show, shadowed by the shooting at Columbine High School, Littleton, Colo., which brought media attention on the video-games industry, this year's atmosphere was upbeat. More than ...

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