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EIDOS INKS AGREEMENT WITH BACKYARD

Eidos Interactive, a leading developer and publisher of interactive entertainment, and Backyard Wrestling Inc, the world's premier provider of backyard wrestling genre sports entertainment, today announced that they have signed a licensing agreement, which provides Eidos rights to publish and distribute video games based on the best-selling, sensational Backyard Wrestling video series.

Last Updated: Aug 8, 2002

JOLIE AND VOIGHT PUT TROUBLES ASIDE

Tomb Raider star Angelina Jolie is reported to have patched up the feud with her father, Jon Voight. The duo - who appeared as father and daughter in the movie about Lara Croft - have had a rocky relationship for years because of his womanising and divorce from Angelina's mother. But the actress is said to have called her father to make peace after he made a tearful plea for her to get in touch during a TV interview, according to newspaper reports.

Last Updated: Aug 5, 2002

BLUE TULIP SCORES TOMB RAIDER SEQUEL

Blue Tulip Productions, a Santa Monica-based film and television company nestled within the 20th Century Fox movie empire, is to add Paramount Pictures Tomb Raider movie sequel to its ongoing résumé. The Lara Croft video-game adaptation, which began shooting at London's Pinewood Studios in July, is helmed by Speed director and Blue Tulip boss Jan de Bont who will orchestrate Angelina Jolie and Chris Barrie in the second of three Tomb Raider motion pictures. Blue Tulip's recent accolades include Speed 2, Minority Report and Twister.

Last Updated: Aug 5, 2002

BIG GAMES COME IN SMALLER PACKAGES

Size does matter, when the subject is software packaging. For years, purchasers of computer software have taken home Wheaties-sized boxes, pulled off the shrink wrap and torn through yards of cardboard - folded stiffly to give the external sensation of fullness - to get eventually to one lonely disc in a CD jewel case and a few small leaflets. And retailers such as Wal-Mart found themselves swamped under a wave of other products in growing categories, such as video games and DVD movies, all jostling for shelf space.

Last Updated: Aug 5, 2002

TIMESPLITTERS 2 TO SUPPORT CONSOLE LINK

Eidos Interactive, one of the world's leading publishers and developers of entertainment software, has announced that TimeSplitters 2 will support the system link feature on both Microsoft Corps XBOX and Sony Playstation 2 allowing an amalgamation of up to eight consoles and 16 players to multi-play a single adventure. TimeSplitters 2 will also make its commercial debut on Nintendo's GameCube.

Last Updated: Aug 4, 2002

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