Retailers are optimistic about the future of video game rentals, but wonder how long it will take for revenues to get back to where they were in the heyday of 16-bit systems. Some are investing in rental product for new platforms like Sony PlayStation, Sega Saturn and CD-ROM for personal computers, but others are just waiting to see how the market will develop. They will be following very closely the fall release of the Nintendo 64 system and sales results from price cuts to under $200 on ...
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