Among other entertainment software formats being offered in supermarkets, video and computer games are the fastest-growing segments. For example, the Interactive Digital Software Association, Washington, recently announced that 1998 unit sales of video games increased 37% over 1997, while personal-computer game unit sales increased 18%. This amounted to record-breaking totals of $3.7 billion in video game sales and $1.8 billion in computer games. "Game sales have rebounded impressively," ...

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