Sources: Goodell Says No L.A. Franchise In '15 CBS Nat'l Window, "SNF" See Blowouts Dolphins' Ross Opting For Team Continuity Lenovo's NFL Deal Leads To Brand Awareness Spike "TNF" Ratings Down For Titans-Jags Nike Reports Relatively Strong Q2 MJ Leads eBay Athlete Merch Sales Rams' Move To L.A. Unlikely For '15 49ers Cut McDonald Following Assault Probe Chargers Staying In San Diego Next Year
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Published January 9, 1995
Nintendo of America announced it expects sales in FY '95 ending in March to "slightly exceed" last year's $2.1B, while FY '96 sales are projected to "soar" 28% as new products reach the market. Many industry analysts say Nintendo appears to have "regained the momentum it lost a year ago to rival Sega of America" (Jim Carlton, WALL STREET JOURNAL, 1/9)....Atari announced the sports games featured for their 64-bit Atari Jaguar. Among the titles: Charles Barkley-Shut Up and Jam; Brett Hull Hockey, Jack Nicklaus Cyber Golf; Troy Aikman NFL Football; White Men Can't Jump; CD League Bowling and Sensible Soccer (Atari)....In the current issue of ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY, George Mannes examines product placement in video games. Examples cited: "Tony Meola's Sidekicks Soccer" have Foot Locker and Adidas billboards; "Nigel Mansell's World Championship Racing": Shell and Goodyear; "Madden NFL '95": Fox Sports; "Ivan Stewart's Super Off Road: Toyota; "Andre Agassi Tennis": Nike and Canon (ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY, 1/13 issue).