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LIPSINC LAUNCHES ANIMATION SOFTWARE

LIPSinc, a leading provider of voice-to-animation speech technology for talking digital characters, announced today the launch of LIPSinc Impersonator. LIPSinc Impersonator, a software tool created specifically for game developers, automatically creates animation data files for talking characters by using an audio file as the only input. These data files are interpreted by the game engine at runtime and played in synch with the audio. The system enables more convincing game characters with realistic facial animation.

Last Updated: Jul 8, 2002

COMPUTER AND VIDEO GAMES ON FILM

When a conspicuously padded Angelina Jolie helped the mega-budgeted Lara Croft: Tomb Raider earn l31m, the entertainment press noted that the curse of the video game adaptation - whose silicon-chip-to-cinema victims include Final Fantasy, Wing Commander, and Super Mario Bros - had finally been broken.

Last Updated: Jul 8, 2002

BROS HEARTTHROB TO APPEAR IN SEQUEL

Former Bros heartthrob Luke Goss will reportedly take a starring role opposite Angelina Jolie in the upcoming Tomb Raider movie sequel which begins principle photography in August. 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: Jul 7, 2002

SOLD OUT RELEASES TOMB RAIDER 3

Sold Out, the clear market-leader in PC super budget titles, is to buck the trend of low-key releases during the summer months, with a stunning sextet of titles joining the 4.99 label in July. While traditionally a quiet month for publishers, Sold Out is to give super budget debuts to six titles in July, with Eidos' Tomb Raider 3: Adventures of Lara Croft leading the line.

Last Updated: Jul 1, 2002

EIDOS CHOOSES THE WAY OF THE SAMURAI

Eidos Interactive, one of the world's leading publishers and developers of entertainment software, announces Way of the Samurai on PlayStation 2. The game reached No.1 in the Japanese gaming charts when it was released in February this year. Licensed from Japanese publisher Spike Co. Ltd, Way of the Samurai will be released in September in Europe and Australasia only.

Last Updated: Jun 26, 2002

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