Nintendo won a round in its ongoing public-relations fracas with Sega for moral preeminence in the video-game business. Sega agreed on Jan. 10 to pull remaining copies of its compact-disk game, Night Trap, from store shelves. This after Nintendo sent reporters videotapes of scenes from the game, showing nightie-clad women being abducted by zombies. Sega says it is negotiating a re-edit with the game's developer, Menlo Park (Calif.)-based Digital Pictures, but Digital Pictures President Tom Zito says the game may never be reissued unless the public is made to understand that it is intended for adults.

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