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[ October 11th 2001 ]

London based videogame publishers Eidos Interative look set to snatch another BAFTA for the second year running after being nominated for two prestigious awards.

In 2000, the critically acclaimed Deus Ex won the coveted prize of best PC game. This year Eidos has two nominations in the shortlist of four, Mucky Foot’s excellent Startopia and IO Interactive’s excellent Hitman: Codename 47. Both titles have received outstanding reviews from both specialist and mainstream press, and now that BAFTA have recognised the two titles as the standout games of the past year, it’s further vindication of their quality.

If that wasn’t enough, Eidos are also staking their claim once again for the Best Sports game having won it last year! Sydney 2000 pipped the others to the post last year, and now Championship Manager is looking to keep the award in an Eidos cabinet this year. Champ Man is up against titles like ISS Pro Evolution 2, Virtua Tennis 2 and Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2, but such is the popularity and comprehensiveness of the title that it’ll be one of the front runners for the award.

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