Sega System Set For Under $200 o immediately gain market share from Nintendo 64 and Sony PlayStation, Sega of America here will price its new Dreamcast video game system at $199 when it debuts Sept. 9. This is the first time a game console has been priced so low at its launch. Sega plans to support the launch with a $100 million marketing campaign. "At $199, with our system's hardware and game library, we feel confident that we will take back market share from Sony and Nintendo," said ...

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