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GREEK AUTHORITIES BAN COMPUTER GAMES

The government of Greece is making heroic efforts to humiliate the nation in front of the entire world, by banning all electronic games. That's right; something as innocent as playing computer chess on your laptop in a hotel lobby is now a crime with penalties of up to three months in stir and a fine of 10,000 euros. The purpose behind this charming legislation is to crack down on Internet gambling (which already was illegal) - or, rather, to enable legislators to enact their little public dance of righteous aversion to Internet gambling.

Last Updated: Sep 2, 2002

EIDOS ANNOUNCES ACE GOLF ON GAMECUBE

Grab your clubs, hit the green and prepare for some wild golfing action with Ace Golf. Ace Golf combines crazy arcade characters with real-world golf physics and intuitive gameplay. The result is an addictive pick up and play golf game for both novice and expert gamers alike! The game is being developed by Telenet Japan Co Ltd and is due for release in the Autumn on Nintendo GameCube.

Last Updated: Sep 1, 2002

NO ONLINE MULTIPLAY FOR TIMESPLITTERS 2

Eidos Interactive has stated that the Sony Playstation 2 version of TimeSplitters 2 will not feature an online playing facility. Had Eidos of waited for Sony Entertainment to prep the server hosting solutions required to cater for online multi-play, the September release would have been delayed.

Last Updated: Aug 31, 2002

ORIENTAL SHOOTING FOR MOVIE SEQUEL

The production crew on Paramount Pictures Tomb Raider movie sequel will relocate to Wan Chai, Mongkok and Hong Kong next year to shoot several action scenes for The Cradle Of Life. According to the government's Film Services Office: about half of the film will be shot in the territory. Approximately 50 production people from overseas will be working closely with a hundred local crew members in the project.

Last Updated: Aug 31, 2002

NEW FILM RATING FOR UNDER TWELVES

The 12 rating for films is to be scrapped and replaced with a new category allowing younger children to see them, the British Board of Film Classification announced today. Under the new 12A rating, children under that age will be allowed into cinemas as long as they are accompanied by an adult.

Last Updated: Aug 28, 2002

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