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HolidayBuyer's Guide
Gaming

For sales, gaming health, firms engage in play therapy

Nokia hopes new games will pump up player sales; Microsoft announces new game-development tools; Sun seeks to let game publishers use a single server to run online games for PCs, consoles.

Cell phone giant Nokia hopes new games will pump up sales of its portable player; Microsoft announces a new set of "stable and robust" tools for developing games; Sun Microsystems demos a prototype system designed to let video game publishers use a single computer server to run online games for both PCs and consoles.

Nokia eyes N-Gage turnaround

The company expects upcoming games to bolster lackluster sales for its portable game player.
March 25, 2004

Microsoft looks to unite PC, Xbox games

The software giant announces a new game development platform covering current and future versions of Windows and the Xbox game console.
March 24, 2004

Sun to run game server prototype, Java contest

Sun Microsystems is set to demonstrate a prototype for a game server system for both PCs and consoles, while launching a contest for independent Java game developers.
March 22, 2004