Copyright 2003

[ November 4th 2003 ]

According to a report in the Sunday Telegraph, financial pundits are urging investors to tally up shares in computer games publisher Eidos Interactive, the London-based company responsible for publishing the Tomb Raider adventure series. Advisers argue the group has developed a series of key titles, including Soul Reaver, Hitman 2 and the best selling Championship Manager football series that will further reduce its reliance on the Tomb Raider brand.

Championship Manager: Season 03/04 - to release this month - is touted as the greatest simulation of football management ever. The game showcases a whole host of new features and improvements including four new leagues, a pre-game database editor, the ability to view previously saved matches and updated player, team and competition data for the 03/04 season.

Eidos closed 156.00p after trade concluded Monday 3rd November, sporting no change from it's opening price. Although medium term price trend for Eidos Plc is still bullish, the stock has over-performed the Financial Times Share Index Top 100 Index (FTSE 100 INDEX) by 15 % according to trade figures.

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