Wednesday 6 September 1995 | 00:00 CET | News
E Europe: The countries of the former Eastern Bloc represent a market of significant potential for video games manufacturers, software developers and distributors, although the market has been slow to develop in recent times. The leading players have struggled to establish their 16-bit and 8-bit machines on the market, although many still plan to try to sell their new 32-bit and 64-bit machines in E Europe. Sega has already launched its Saturn platform in Hungary, while Atari is looking to find buyers for its Jaguar system and Philips has sold a small number of CD-i machines. Panasonic has no

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Categories: General
Companies: DS2
Countries: Eastern Europe
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