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RESIDENT EVIL PREPS MOVIE TRANSITION

Can Milla Jovovich's Alice, in leather boots and mini skirt, match Angelina Jolie's butt-kicking Lara Croft at the box office, or is model-turned-actress Jovovich headed down the same route to a box office flop as all-digital Dr. Aki Ross?

Last Updated: Mar 14, 2002

MICROSOFT CORPS XBOX HAS LANDED

Hostilities in the great console war of 2002 will intensify on Wednesday night when Microsoft launches its Xbox in 16 European territories, Australia and New Zealand.

Last Updated: Mar 14, 2002

THE CULTURE AND HISTORY OF VIDEO GAMES

Game On is the first major exhibition to explore the vibrant history and culture of video games from 1962-2002. This highly interactive exhibition examines the game design process from conceptual drawing through to the finished game and identifies the key creative people who make them. It will explain the developments in hardware technology from the colossal computers of the early 1960s to the recent consoles like X-Box, Game Cube and Playstation 2, illustrating how content and technologies need each other to move forward successfully.

Last Updated: Mar 14, 2002

TOP COW RELEASE TOMB RAIDER ISSUE 20

Top Cow, the official comic-book franchise operator for Eidos Interactive's best selling Tomb Raider adventure series, has released the final part of it's four-part mini-series Pieces Of Zero starring Lara Croft and a host of evil adversaries.

Last Updated: Mar 13, 2002

US TO APPROVE CAMBODIAN ADOPTION

The U.S. Embassy hasn't approved Angelina Jolie and Billy Bob Thornton's adoption of a Cambodian baby, which means the Hollywood couple can't take the infant to the United States immediately. Jolie took custody of the 7 1/2-month-old boy in Africa, where she's shooting her next film. Her husband, Thornton, is in the United States. It's unclear who brought the baby to Jolie.

Last Updated: Mar 13, 2002

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