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TOP COW ANNOUNCES AUGUST COMICS

Official Tomb Raider comic-book publishers Top Cow have announced two new paper-back adventures starring fearless aristocrat Lara Croft and a host of evil adversaries all making their commercial debut this August.

Last Updated: May 20, 2002

EIDOS PLC ANNOUNCES DX2 INVISIBLE WAR

Eidos Interactive, a leading developer and publisher of interactive entertainment, today announced that DX2: Invisible War is currently in development for the Xbox game console, PC and PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system. This follow-up release to Deus Ex, the multi-award-winning first-person action/adventure, is being developed by Ion Storm, creators of the original game, and is slated to arrive in stores in 2003.

Last Updated: May 20, 2002

ITIMESPLITTERS 2 SUPPORTS ONLINE AMING

Eidos Interactive, one of the world's leading publishers and developers of entertainment software, today announced that the highly anticipated, action/adventure game TimeSplitters 2 is confirmed to support PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system's online technology. In addition, the game will be showcased in the dedicated PlayStation 2 online themed area during E3. TimeSplitters 2 is currently under development by Free Radical Design of Nottingham, England and is scheduled to release with full online support in Fall 2002.

Last Updated: May 20, 2002

ANGELINA DONATES $100,000 TO REFUGEES

Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie, shooting in Thailand for her latest film, has donated $100,000 to help train refugees from Myanmar for new jobs, the U.N. refugee agency said Monday. Jolie, who is goodwill ambassador for the United Nations High Commission for Refugees, visited the Tham Hin refugee camp on Thailand's border with Myanmar, 112 miles west of Bangkok, Sunday.

Last Updated: May 19, 2002

TOMB RAIDER ICON GETS HER OWN AGENT

Creative Artists Agency, one of the most powerful talent agencies in the business, has added video-game icon Lara Croft to its heavy-hitting client roster with the hopes of securing strategic advertising alliances with non-gaming companies through sports and apparel, consumer product tie-ins and publishing deals. The digital heroine is the first video-game character to be represented by a major talent and literary agency and signals the movie industy's growing interest in the $20 billion video-game business.

Last Updated: May 19, 2002

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