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EIDOS HERALDS MARKET TURNAROUND

British computer games publisher Eidos Interactive have announced lower than expected losses for the first quarter of its fiscal year declaring 15.3 million, a sharp fall from the 22.3m shortfall it reported in the previous quarter, the BBC reports today. London based Eidos gave a broadly bullish outlook for the coming year compounded by its 2001 release strategy which includes Core Designs Project Eden, making its digital debut on Playstation and PC September 28th, Soul Reaver II and Herdy Gerdy.

Last Updated: Sep 19, 2001

EIDOS ANNOUNCES Q1 FINANCIAL RESULTS

Eidos plc, one of the world's leading publishers and developers of entertainment software, announces results for the quarter ended 30 June 2001. Turnover: 12.2m 16.8m. Total operating loss before goodwill: 11.1m 18.6m. EBITDA: 10.6m 17.7m. Loss per share: 14.8p 14.8p. Loss per share before goodwill: 10.9p 11.0p

Last Updated: Sep 19, 2001

EIDOS ANNOUNCE E3 LINEUP

Eidos Interactive, the publishing arm of Tomb Raider software house Core Design, have announced their E3 line-up for this years electronic trade show. More noticeable than the titles on offer are those which remain absent from the list, namely a Tomb Raider title, the first such absence in over four years.

Last Updated: May 11, 2001

PROJECT EDEN RELEASE DATE

Project Eden, Core Designs latest multi player adventure, will be officially released September 2001 for Playstation II and PC platforms, the company announced in a press release today. Designed by the team that created the original Tomb Raider, Project Eden is a squad-based action/adventure featuring strategic puzzle solving, tactical use of equipment and innovative character interaction set in the squalid bowels of an overpopulated Earth shadowed by affluent mega-cities.

Last Updated: Mar 5, 2001

INVESTORS TIP EIDOS INTERACTIVE

Investors Chronicle has tipped Eidos Interactive as stock to watch in anticipation of an economic explosion throughout the games industry with analysts predicting a 20% growth in the console market over the coming year, The Guardian reports today.

Last Updated: Feb 24, 2001

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