The Incredibles should sell at least as many units as Finding Nemo, don't you think? There are more videogame machines out there than there were a year ago. And I think a videogame concept is much more adaptable and expected from a superhero story than a fishing story. Plus, previews for this game look to be very solid. So the 1.25 million units of Finding Nemo's sales will, I think, be topped by the Incredibles game. The worry here remains the Nickelodeon license possibly getting lost at the end of this year. Seems as if Sumner Redstone WOULD shift it to Midway, since he is a significant holder of Midway stock (I think it's even been suggested he might take that company private).The stock looks pretty cheap to me, but if Nickelodeon doesn't re-sign, we'll understand why the stock looked cheap.All other opinions and information welcomed.David
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