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GET YOUR FEET WET WITH BEACH LIFE DEMO

Sun, sand and surf is what you can expect from Eidos Interactive's new PC holiday simulation Beach Life. Based on a game concept by Ian Livingstone, Beach Life has been developed by Deep Red. Set in exotic holiday resorts around the world, players compete to create the most successful holiday experience. Build an Ibiza-like resort with hotels, bars, clubs, beach activities, water sports, set the prices and watch all the self-indulgent holidaymakers have fun in the sun.

Last Updated: Sep 10, 2002

TOP COW RELEASES TOMB RAIDER TP VOL III

Top Cow, empire magnate of all things Tomb Raider comic related, announces the release of Tomb Raider TP vol. III: Chasing Shangri-La starring British aristocrat Lara Croft and another host of evil adversaries threatening to topple the adventurer from her heroine pedestal.

Last Updated: Sep 10, 2002

BROS HEART THROB OFFERED SEQUEL ROLE

As first reported by tombraiderchronicles.com on July 8th 2002 and then denied by a source close to the Goss camp [you wouldn't believe how close!] on July 9th 2002, former Bros heartthrob Luke Goss has been offered a starring role opposite Angelina Jolie in Par's Tomb Raider movie sequel. Goss, who recently made a major appearance in the vampire flick Blade II, is also penned to star in the Midas Films backed East End gangster movie Charlie. Producers have reworked their filming schedule to accommodate Goss' role opposite Jolie.

Last Updated: Sep 9, 2002

UBI SOFT LAUNCHES UK GAMES WEB PORTAL

Ubi Soft Entertainment today steps up its service and commitment to British gamers, with the launch of a UK specific version of the popular US site: ubi.com (http://www.ubi.com/uk). This new gaming portal is set to change the way UK fans of Ubi Soft games will use the internet as ubi.com/uk allows gamers to participate in online communities as well as play the PC games they love, at the same web site.

Last Updated: Sep 9, 2002

AOD FEATURE AT NEW GAME ON EXHIBITION

Game On is the first major UK exhibition to explore the vibrant history, culture and future of videogames from 1962 to the present day and beyond. Come and play over 120 videogames at this incredible groundbreaking exhibition. Forty years ago Space War!, the first ever videogame, appeared and now in 2002 Sony are presenting us with the possibility of games without consoles, where players manipulate objects using their own body movement. See it all at Game On!

Last Updated: Sep 9, 2002

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