Sega prefers to use CD format

After reading your article on computer games (MW February 14), I would like to correct you on a couple of points regarding Sega.

Firstly, if you had researched the market, you would know that Sega Saturn is a CD-based format and priced in-line with the Sony Playstation console and software. Sega Saturn software starts from 29.99 to 44.99 for arcade titles. Sega Saturn currently has a library of over 200 titles available.

Nintendo 64 is a cartridge-based system with games retailing from 50 to 80, more expensive than the other CD-based consoles.

Jo Bladen

UK marketing director

Sega

London W4

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