Kasten, Alex S.
March 1997
EMedia Professional;Mar1997, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p66
Academic Journal
Focuses on the growth of video game industry. Technological innovations on video games; Top manufacturers in the video game market; Debate between cartridges and compact discs (CD). INSET: M2 technology..


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