Sonic The Hedgehog In Sensurround?
According to New York's Link Resources Inc., the interactive-entertainment market is estimated to hit $12 billion in hardware and software sales this year. By 1998, it will top $24.9 billion. It's no wonder the war to produce the most engaging home video-game systems is heating up. And while much of the attention has been focused on better video, using more powerful 32-bit graphics chips, market leader Sega Enterprises Ltd. isn't ignoring another critical factor: sound.
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