That's right folks, Eidos will have a whopping one GameCube title on display at this year's show!
Eidos Interactive Presents 'Fully Loaded' Line-Up At the 2003 Electronics Entertainment Expo
SAN FRANCISCO, May 1 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Eidos Interactive, one of the world's leading publishers and developers of entertainment software, today announced its groundbreaking console and PC game line-up for the upcoming 2003 Electronics Entertainment Expo held May 14-16 in Los Angeles, California. Eidos will feature several games in South Hall booth #824 this year including Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness for the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system and PC; Backyard Wrestling: Don't Try This at Home for the PlayStation®2 and Xbox® video game system from Microsoft; Deus Ex: Invisible War for Xbox and PC; Commandos 3: Destination Berlin for the PC; and Republic: The Revolution for the PC.
In addition, Eidos will debut several new titles at the show including Ion Storm's Thief for Xbox and PC; Crystal Dynamics' Legacy of Kain: Defiance and Chain Gang; and Climax's Italian Job, based on the upcoming film release from Paramount Pictures on May 30, 2003.
"Eidos' partnerships with companies such as Paramount, Sony, and Microsoft are testament to the company's capacity to create strong content that has mass appeal across multiple entertainment mediums," said Rob Dyer, president of Eidos Interactive, US. "Eidos' fully loaded 2003 E3 lineup is an impressive combination of both groundbreaking content and industry-leading technology."
At E3 2003, Eidos reinforces its dedication to developing platform- leading, content-rich brands. Among the games highlighted during the show are:
- The Italian Job(R) (PS2, Xbox, GameCube) -- Based on this summer's blockbuster movie, The Italian Job(R) puts you in the driver seat as you and your band of thieves pull off the ultimate heist. This high-octane arcade racer will get your adrenaline pumping as you attempt a frantic getaway with your souped-up MINI Cooper fully loaded with stolen gold. Gamers tear through subway stations, rip apart golf courses and plow through storm drains with the cops hot on their tail. Developed by Climax.
For the rest of Eidos's non-Nintendo lineup, click here for the full press release.