- EIDOS DEBUTS BACKYARD WRESTLING: DON'T TRY THIS AT HOME. // Multimedia Publisher;Nov2003, Vol. 14 Issue 11, p6
Reports on the launching of the PlayStation 2 video game version of Backyard Wrestling from entertainment software developer and publisher Eidos Inc.
- THIEF: DEADLY SHADOWS ENABLES PLAY IN 1ST AND 3RD PERSON. // Multimedia Publisher;Mar2004, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p5
Reports on the launch of computer game Thief: Deadly Shadows by entertainment software developer Eidos PLC in spring 2004.
- Eidos courts online with judicial duo. Fox, David // TVB Europe;Sep98, Vol. 7 Issue 8, p3
Reveals that Eidos Technologies will show two low cost nonlinear, online editors at IBC. Release of the software Judgement which is aimed at non-editors; Apple's QuickTime 3 architecture as the basis for the two systems; Plans for the subsequent release of the software Justice which is aimed at...
- Rocket lands Eidos Interactive account as part of ...6m wins. // Campaign;01/29/99, Issue 4, p3
Focuses on the media planning and buying contract won by Rocket from entertainment software publisher, Eidos Interactive.
- Eidos Interactive launches 'bizarre' campaign. // Precision Marketing;9/27/2002, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p5
Reports on the direct marketing campaign undertaken in Great Britain by Eidos Interactive for its computer game release for PlayStation Two.
- Eidos risks launch of CD-rom title. Kavanagh, Michael // Marketing Week;10/16/1997, Vol. 20 Issue 29, p28
Reports on Eidos Inc.'s plan to launch a football CD-ROM magazine, `Soccer Unlimited' in the United Kingdom in 1998. Company's negotiation of distribution deals with traditional news-agents and multimedia outlets in Britain; Plans to launch the magazine in other European markets.
- Video. // CD-ROM Professional;Aug96, Vol. 9 Issue 8, p18
Features Eidos Technologies' Escape Codec, a video compression software.
- Untitled. // Ralph;Feb2003, p56
Reviews the video game Timesplitters 2 from Eidos Interactive.
- Eidos plans further handheld games after initial Lara launch. Carter, Ben // New Media Age;6/20/2002, p11
Reports on the plan of computer game company Eidos to offer handheld versions of a number of its most popular games after the launch of its Tomb Raider game on PocketPC. Details of the plans of Eidos for the project; Information on the development of the handheld version of the Tomb Raider...