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LodgeNet Upgrading to Gamecube

LodgeNet, which offers on-demand entertainment in hotel rooms, said today it would start offering titles from the GameCube to users of its newest interactive system.

LodgeNet, which began offering Super Nintendo games on-demand in 1993 and N64 games in 1998, said GameCube games would be available through the new "Signeture TV" service, which it began rolling out to hotels last month. It plans to serve 100,000 hotel rooms with the new platform by the end of the year. LodgeNet said that since 1993, it had served more than 1 billion minutes of game time to customers, with games available in more than 875,000 rooms across the country.

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