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EIDOS LAUNCH SALT LAKE CITY EVENT

The weather was cold. The snow super chilled and the insurance premium very high. The venue is the Snozone indoor ski arena in Milton Keynes and a selection of the best (we use the term lightly) journalists from around the country have assembled to celebrate the launch of Eidos' forthcoming Winter Olympics title, Salt Lake 2002.

Last Updated: Jan 10, 2002

VIDEO GAMES BREACH BILLION DOL. MARK

Computer games-related revenues jumped by more than a third last year to a record pounds 1.6 billion, according to figures released yesterday by industry trade body the European Leisure Software Publishers Association.

Last Updated: Jan 10, 2002

MOVIE MEMORABILIA UP FOR AUCTION

They propped up James Bond, Harry Potter and Kate Winslet. Now they are to stand alone in the biggest movie memorabilia auction. More than 1m worth of props used in some of the most famous films of the past 50 years - including the globe from Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, ornaments which decorated M's office in several 007 films, and the coffin and skeleton from the opening sequence of the Rocky Horror Picture Show - are to be sold in March.

Last Updated: Jan 10, 2002

TOMB RAIDER NEXT GENERATION UPDATE

Tomb Raider Next Generation is, without doubt, this year's most anticipated title, propelling Lara Croft - the most successful video-game character in the history of the industry - onto the Sony Playstation II and PC platforms for what promises to be a highly charged, action packed and digitally re-rendered adventure penned for a five year incubation period.

Last Updated: Jan 10, 2002

IN DEMAND OFFERS TITLES FOR WINTER 2002

iN DEMAND will present its third MEGA MOVIES campaign this winter with over $1.2 billion worth of box-office hits. Following up on the success of the winter and summer Mega Movies campaigns of 2001, iN DEMAND continues to be the premiere destination for the best movies on pay-per-view today.

Last Updated: Jan 9, 2002

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