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TOMB RAIDER THE PROPHECY GOES GOLD

Ubi Soft has announced Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Prophecy has gone gold and will make its commercial debut on the Game Boy Advance November 12 2002. The latest palmtop adventure featuring fearless aristocrat Lara Croft sports an isometric 3D view using a quasi-3D engine to produce dynamic lighting, transparencies, and 3D animations.

Last Updated: Nov 8, 2002

MICROSOFT RELEASES XMAS GAMES CHARGE

With 18 of the world's most wanted games heading only to Xbox by the end of the year and almost 200 in all, it's going to be a green Christmas in Europe. Titles like Splinter Cell, Blinx, Sega GT 2002, and the Live-enabled Unreal Championship, and Mech Assault have tantalised gamers for months, and they're almost here but only for Xbox gamers. The power of Xbox makes these games a giant step forward, but it also means that Xbox is the only console powerful enough to make them possible.

Last Updated: Nov 5, 2002

TALENT AGENCY FORMS VIDEO GAMES UNIT

In another sign of the $9 billion video game industry's growing importance in Hollywood, top talent agency International Creative Management has formed a new division to adapt video games into movie and TV shows. The group will be headed by game veteran Keith Boesky who once served as president of Eidos Interactive Inc., the company behind the popular Lara Croft video games.

Last Updated: Nov 1, 2002

PLAYSTATION 2 EUROPEAN NETWORK GAMES

Sony Computer Entertainment Europe today announced that PlayStation 2 broadband network gaming will be launched in the Spring of 2003, beginning with the UK. This will be followed by a phased rollout into Germany, France, Spain, Australia other SCEE territories throughout 2003.

Last Updated: Nov 1, 2002

SIKHNET DRIVES PETITION AGAINST EIDSO

SikhNet, a global community of over 100 Sikh and non-Sikh organizations, has launched a campaign to demand Eidos Interactive recall its best-selling Hitman 2: Silent Assassin videogame from the market. The organization claims the sequel glorifies violence and incites racism and hatred against Sikhs and Dalits by linking them to terrorism. SikhNet is lobbying for signatures on a petition it plans to present to Eidos in the coming weeks.

Last Updated: Oct 31, 2002

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