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FOX PICKS UP KEEN EDDIE FOR MID-SEASON

Acting on signs the ad market is improving, FOX has become the first network to pick up an additional midseason series. The network has ordered 12 new episodes of the drama Keen Eddie for midseason, bringing the total order to 13, including the pilot. Eddie is the first show to be picked up following the networks' upfront ad markets, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Last Updated: Jun 3, 2002

CHRIS BARRIE SET FOR BIGGER SEQUEL ROLE

With thoughts of a massive box-office gross - and, no doubt, Angelina Jolie's remarkable thighs - firmly in mind, it seems that there might be a second outing for the Tomb Raider franchise. Details are currently sketchy, though it appears that Ms Jolie will reprise the role of Lara Croft in a film that is rumoured to be more 'science-fiction-y' that its predecessor.

Last Updated: May 30, 2002

3DO PARTNERS WITH RACING GAME EXPERTS

The 3DO Company today announced it has signed an agreement with expert racing game developer, Eutechnyx, to produce an immersive street racing title for next generation gaming consoles. The titles are expected to be available in Summer 2003.

Last Updated: May 29, 2002

VIDEO GAMES RELY ON APPEAL OF MOVIES

Sequels and movie adaptations - that's what the coming year promises from the video game industry. With billions of dollars on the line, many game makers are relying on brand-name recognition to weather the fierce four-way competition between personal computer systems, Microsoft's Xbox, Nintendo's GameCube and Sony's PlayStation 2. Sequels to the innovative games The Legend of Zelda, Tomb Raider and Black & White are in the works, along with a host of new games based on popular films like Harry Potter, Tron and Indiana Jones. Virtually every exhibit at last week's Electronic Entertainment Expo featured spin-offs and movie adaptations or games with II or III at the end of their titles.

Last Updated: May 28, 2002

LARA SPREADS HER WINGS AT E3 2002

Adrian Smith is the boss of Tomb Raider developer Core Design. He's in charge of one of the biggest games in the world. He spoke exclusively to computerandvideogames.com on The Angel Of Darkness. Next gen Tomb Raider, now subtitled Angel of Darkness, was in a very early state on the showfloor of E3 last week, but luckily Core Design head honcho Adrian Smith was on hand to explain why. While there was no game-play to speak of, it was obvious from our little chat that a far more complete title is planned for the carrier of the most famous breasts in gaming this time round. About time too.

Last Updated: May 28, 2002

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